The Pros and Cons of Cloud Computing For Designers

There’s no doubt that cloud computing is changing the way people work. Hypothetically, cloud computing enables you to access data from any computer or device, at any time. Of course, this is only possible if you have a computer, tablet, or smartphone handy, and if you have access to the internet. But for most people...

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6 Great SEO Tips for an Effective Web Design

6 SEO Tips

Image By: CraftyGoat Do you know how to create a big impact for your marketing campaign? There are actually plenty of fantastic strategies. But if you want to establish an authoritative presence globally without investing in thousands of dollars, the ideal solution is to… Develop a properly optimized website that is capable of landing you a...

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Best Design Principle for a Mobile Website

Design Principles for Mobile Website

Did you know that more than 700 million people on the planet use internet on their mobile phones? The number is growing fast, with over 2.4 billion mobile phone users! That calls for a quick re-evaluation of your website – is it compatible with mobile phones? Make sure that the mobile version of your website...

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Things to Consider Before Using Adobe Flash Heavily on Website

Flash is one of the most prevalent web standards on the Internet and has been for years now. If you have watched a video or played a game from within your browser, chances are it was using Flash. Some websites, such as Newgrounds, are even dominated entirely by Flash content. Flash is also common on...

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Designing Websites with Readability in Mind

Have you ever visited a website that was so hideous that you immediately clicked the back button on your browser? It didn’t matter how much the site fit your search terms, or how awesome the content of it might have been, you were out of there. A site will gain or lose a visitor within...

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Simply Captivating

Let’s imagine that you want to plant some geraniums on your balcony, and you happen to live across the street from two garden centers. Garden center #1 is lavishly decorated. There are plants and flowers everywhere, and simply to walk into the center is to experience sensory overload. It’s the most beautiful place you can...

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Avoid the Pigeonhole – Tips to Increase Traffic on Your Blog

A niche business can be a double edged sword. It can be a good thing because you offer a particular product or service and therefore there are relatively few competitors. However, this also means that your products or services aren’t needed by everyone or during every season, thus reducing your target market. When building a website to cater...

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Cross-Cultural Web Design: Thinking Global From the Start

This is the Guest Post by Christian Arno. If you are interested in writing for us then check out the details here. Building an attractive, user-friendly website is one thing. Adapting it t generic cialis o fit with the language and culture of other countries is quite a different thing. Indeed, the very moment you...

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25+ Tutorials & Resources on jQuery

Hi! Last time we learned about basics and advanced techniques of HTML and CSS. Now moving forward here are the amazing tutorials on jQuery for beginners to get started as well as for intermediate and advanced developers. So get your feet in the jQuery. [digg=]

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