Any graphic design work is normally comprised of one or more than one graphic design elements. A graphic designer understands how to apply those elements to create a graphic interesting to the people. Albeit, the elements of graphic design should not be overlapped or confused with the basic principles of design. Read More
There is an overwhelming percentage of online users who are affected by slow website loading speeds. On an average, if a web page loads slower than the 2-second threshold, it can lead to 40% abandonment on your website. In a study conducted by Aberdeen group, even a second’s delay can result in reduced conversions up to 7%, while giving an 11% decrease in page views and 16% reduced customer satisfaction. In this article, we have coined 8 notorious issues that affect website loading speeds and the solution to get rid of them. Read More
Everyone is aware of those pop-ups which are neither text message or audio/video but solve the same purpose of making us aware of what new a company has on offer with its app. Yes, we are talking about Push Notifications – the sometimes annoying beeps and rectangular boxes that come on our screen from time to time reminding us to complete a task or start one. Read More
Mobile Application development has been growing at a breakneck pace, which is mostly due to the mass acceptance of mobile devices. Multiple platforms, devices and software have all created their own niche into the daily lives of people all over the globe. This has created a huge opportunity for businesses and mobile app developers to embrace their presence as promoters and facilitators of the mobile revolution. In the world of mobile apps, it is no secret, that native applications show greater promise than hybrid or HTML5 apps.
Startups are the future and how the world is panning out to be. Long gone are the days when people used to work traditional 9-5 jobs. Nowadays people are more into addressing needs of the people by providing service and/or product via online means.
I have seen websites/apps delivering you the regular grocery items, medicines, fresh produce, electricians, plumbers, AC repairman, shopping items, ride-hailing and you name it! So wouldn’t it be appropriate if you were to come up with a startup, you should have a stellar design to go with it?
In 2001, Drupal is introduced with the aspiration to provide people new experiment platform which offers them a new & innovative path for web development. Drupal is the platform that brings all every organization into the same similar platform, whether it was government, private or global institute. The combination of technology with innovation raised the standard of web hosting platform. It ensures best services and plays prominent part of website development. It is mostly preferred for content management platform.
Getting a website developed is no longer an extremely technical task due to the fact that you do not need to have a strong understanding of programming languages and coding. The introduction of Content Management Systems revolutionized the way websites were designed and with the passage of time, more and more people from various industries including entrepreneurs began to prefer a CMS to be used for their website development. Out of a number of popular systems, the one that gained immense popularity worldwide is WordPress.
Nowadays, mobile apps are a growing trend. If your company doesn’t have a mobile application ready, then you will hardly get a proper traffic for your online business. So, there are some simple yet effective UX design tips available, meant for the growth of perfect mobile apps.
What is WordPress?
WordPress is an online, open source site creation tool written in PHP language. But if we speak like a non-geek, it’s apparently the easiest and most dominant blogging and website content management system (or CMS) present today.
Proud of your Drupal Website?
Well, I’m sure you are. But what about the security aspect? Are you sure it will not be compromised? Many times it is seen that site owners remain oblivious of the threat perception to their Drupal website on the assumption that there is nothing ‘worthy’ in the site for hackers to attack. Read More