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28
Jun
Aside from Error 404: Not Found, what other HTTP error codes have you already encountered while surfing the internet? And apart from refreshing the page, what else have you done to resolve the error?
29
Apr
Logo designing is one of those things where on the outside, it is all rainbows and butterflies, but on the inside, it is rainbows, butterflies… and fire.
27
Jan
Outsourcing a web project requires preparing the project papers and documentations. These papers may range from project quotation, project proposal, project plan to quality plan, training plan, and maintenance plan. But few have realized that this 2 to 3 pages of papers are equally important in achieving the ends of producing a website—the Creative Brief.
20
Jan
The things you need to remember when putting colors to your website are simple: it must compliment, it must have a good contrast, and a bit of animation. What is difficult is implying the message before the color you have chosen. Color is the umbrella term for manipulating hues to render variations. So it might not be appropriate if we say “colour Red” because Red, Orange, Yellow, Blue, Green, and Purple among others are technically termed as Hues, the degree of color which it can be categorize as to a specific color set. On the other hand, color purity is called Chroma.
14
Jan
There are two sides of e-commerce development. It’s either you make or you break the purpose of the site. If you were able to virtually operate 24/7 and reach borderless clients and customer, then you MAKE it! Nonetheless, if web visitors do not interact in your site and eventually stay away from the site, then you BREAK the purpose of having an e-commerce.
8
Apr
Responsive Web Design adapts the changes brought by the widespread era of different mobile devices in having a website that can respond whichever size of browser the device has.
26
Nov
When it comes to web design, most of the time people already have basic ideas regarding their websites. This varies from design, colors, style and function as the output of a project. Looking for a web designer and hiring them to do all the work can be a misconception for clients because they are dependent on almost everything. Because of this, a project becomes harder to achieve. Nevertheless, what can make you more productive as a designer is to have list of questions that can help you and your client work on the same phase without the hassle of miscommunication. This article will provide you the areas that you should look up to when starting a website project and some questions that you might want to ask your clients as you develop their website and online presence.
12
Nov
Innovation comes from every style and form, and it is important to consider the user experience in different web development changes. Significantly, in every web designer’s point of view, applying web development trends still varies on how it affects the user’s website experience. One of the most vital roles of web design is the look and feel of the website and how will it change the mood of a viewer. Moreover, having a website that is creative or interactive is a big challenge for designers when they should be focusing on a great user experience and not good design alone. Here are two design trends that can make your website attractive and your user’s browsing experience more interactive.
22
Oct
Simplicity of a website merely depends on the elements seen on a page. A Single-Page website is one of the simplest forms of a minimalist approach when it comes to web design. It allows viewers to scroll on a one-page website with all the information for specific needs without changing pages. Just like websites with infinite scrolling, designers consider single page website to let users navigate contents on a single page. Thus, single page website has an end and should have straightforward areas.
8
Oct
The infinite scroll is a web design technique that prevents the browser scroll bar from scrolling to the bottom of the page, causing the page to grow with additional content instead (Wikipedia). Instead of using pagination to display large feed of data, web designers use this effect to automatically load the next or previous data as soon as the user scrolls down to bottom of the page. Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Tumblr are the most popular examples of social media websites that implemented the use of infinite scrolling effect.