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What Is Responsive Web Design?

For the first time in more than ten years, PC sales are expected to see a significant decrease from the prior year. In a new age where tablets and smartphones are performing the same duties as our PCs and Macs, we’re seeing the face of the Internet change. Predictions show that, by 2014, mobile will be the dominant form of web browsing. The Web has responded. The answer? Responsive Web Design.

Patience may be a virtue, but it's not something you should expect from your website's visitors. We live in a fast-paced world where no one likes to be kept waiting, and forcing people to do so could lead to them going elsewhere for the product or service that they should be getting from you. The speed of a website, as perceived by the end user, is driven mainly by two factors, how fast results are returned and how long it takes a browser to display content. Both of these things have a significant impact on user experience...

You want to increase sales on your website, but you don’t want to invest too much money on your efforts. You have tried many strategies, but you are finding them time consuming and expensive. Here are some simple strategies you can try to help increase your sales without a huge investment.

Recently, we've been reading posts all over the Internet about the “supposed” inevitable decline of Facebook. In fact, some are claiming that the social network is already on a downward trajectory, spurred by changes in its features, which many members are less enthusiastic about, and the rise of other platforms like Pinterest, Google+, Twitter, and Instagram.

The number of mobile users are increasing day in and day out. More and more people are using internet on their mobile devices these days. That is one major reason why developing web for mobile has become essential. One thing that most of us fail to understand is that the mobile web design is completely different from designing for desktop web. Therefore, it is necessary that we build something which ensures excellent user experience and is good at adaptability. What we have noticed, most of the times, is that people consider designing a responsive website. The reason is that they believe it works across all the mediums and platform. Yes! There is no doubt in it. However, just building a responsive website is not enough.

Joomla and WordPress are both CMSs. For a fact Joomla came into being for the core purpose of content management; its design revolves around CMS, that is content management systems. To start with Joomla has been a source of rich set of features comparatively to WordPress. Whereas WordPress, designed to fill the purpose of easy blog creation and maintenance; making the WordPress an easier to use option for blogging.

Infographics have almost become a part of our lives. We can see infographic everywhere be it in the bus stop or in our offices and other places. If you are still at lurch then let me make it clear. You must have seen giant animated images or a few words on the road or the stations or some pie charts or diagrams or bar graphs which mostly used by the experts while showing information related to finance or weather in various news or debates and quickly grab your attention.  Though these informative bars look quite boring still people find them attractive thanks to those colorful little buttons used in those charts and bars. These are called ‘Infographics’. Following are the few important tips that may help an infographic designer to design an effective infographic.

Graphic designers are everywhere. Some girls like them and some girls don’t. We are here to shed some light on why you shouldn’t date a graphic designer. Now these reasons aren’t facts, they are merely points of reference to laugh about and have fun with..

Parallax scroll has become mainstream, Ian Coyle created the very first parallax website for Nike "Nike Better World" on 2011, nowadays it is overused as a trendy effect but it is a great tool if it serves the user experience and is perfect for storytelling websites.

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