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4 Web Development Fundamentals

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A well designed website is often seen as having intangibles that are difficult to define. Some websites just look and work great. But all well designed website share fundamental qualities that were expliciting included during its development. Below we share four fundamentals of great web development.

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5 Website Tips for Service Based Companies

Today's consumer has innumerable choices when it comes to online shopping, services, and information. For service based companies, this means that attention to detail and providing an exceptional online experience is vital to convert and retain clientele.

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3 Ways to Use Element Queries

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Element queries work similarly to media queries, but take the concept to the next level. Where media queries approached responsive design based on the height and width of the browsers viewpoint, element queries allow designers to create styles as they apply to elements based on their properties. Element queries are... keep reading about 3 Ways to Use Element Queries

The 5 Components of Atomic Design

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The atomic design methodology was created to help improve user experiences by breaking down functionality at the early stages of the design process and building the design up from there. Due to the ability of designers to identify and track individual elements for updating, atomic design promotes consistency, creates... keep reading about The 5 Components of Atomic Design

4 Ways to Make Websites More Interactive

Websites that provide a superior interactive web design experience to users, generally, have more traffic, better user retention, and higher conversion rates than websites with a poor interactive experience. In other words, a well designed interactive website provides a more meaningful and engaging user experience. Below... keep reading about 4 Ways to Make Websites More Interactive

5 Best Practices for UX Development

For a website to be successful, it must provide a seamless and user-friendly experience. Difficulty in readability and usability can cause a website to lose visitors and become ineffective, regardless of the quality of information within. Below we share five best practices for UX development.

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5 Ways to Optimize Your Website for E-Commerce

E-commerce is today's go-to source for consumer spending. For an e-commerce site to drive traffic, ensure customer retention and conversion, and to establish a loyal customer base, it must be optimized. An optimized e-commerce site drives results through better user experiences, sales building capabilities, and better performance in search engine... keep reading about 5 Ways to Optimize Your Website for E-Commerce

4 Ways Web Design Teams Can Work Better Together

Communication is key when it comes to cohesive work habits within a web project team. Web designers, developers, project managers and clients constitute interconnected but distinct participants in the web design process. But each must work together seamlessly for a web project to find success. Below we share four ways web... keep reading about 4 Ways Web Design Teams Can Work Better Together

3 Tips for Picking the Perfect Color Scheme for Your New Website

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Color plays a very large role in audience perception of a website. Numerous factors must be considered when choosing a color scheme so that the website serves its intended purpose and speaks to the target audience. Below we share three tips for picking the perfect color scheme for your new... keep reading about 3 Tips for Picking the Perfect Color Scheme for Your New Website

3 Useful Tools for Web Designers

Web designers face the grueling task of not only creating a visually pleasing website, but they are also charged with creating a website that caters to the user’s experience. In order to achieve user-friendly layouts and functionality, there is a lot of testing to be done throughout the process. Speed... keep reading about 3 Useful Tools for Web Designers

4 Benefits of Using Web Design Prototyping Tools

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A prototype is a simplified model of something yet to be created and is used for testing and learning about the final product. In web design, a prototype is a simplified version of a web application, such... keep reading about 4 Benefits of Using Web Design Prototyping Tools

3 Ways Google Recaptcha Separates Real People from Robots

By now, most Internet users have encountered Google’s “I’m am not a robot” Recaptcha. Released in late 2014, the new feature, based on advanced risk analysis techniques, extended earlier Captchas, such as letter or image... keep reading about 3 Ways Google Recaptcha Separates Real People from Robots

5 Factors to Consider When Translating a Website into Multiple Languages

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Deciding whether to translate a website into multiple languages is a big decision, both from a business as well as a web perspective. Although, for a business with a website operating in a global economy, it might seem like an imperative. But before you take the leap, or consider what... keep reading about 5 Factors to Consider When Translating a Website into Multiple Languages

4 Web Design Pitfalls that Should Be Avoided

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The design of a website should follow a process defined by business requirements that are based on satisfying the goals of the website’s users, i.e. the people who will visit the website to complete a goal or who are in search of information.

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Using Drupal 7 versus 8 for Your Next Web Project

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Drupal currently supports two versions - Drupal 7 and 8. While it might sound enticing to use the most recent version of Drupal for your next website project, Drupal 7 should also be considered as a contender, depending on the short... keep reading about Using Drupal 7 versus 8 for Your Next Web Project