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Stripping down responsive design for better user experience on smart phones
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By now, you should all know what responsive design is and how it has revolutionized the way websites are built and how they look on smart phones and tablets. While website developers were becoming familiar with HTML5, CSS3 and Media Query (aka new coding available), the technique continued to evolve and will continue to do so as new mobile devices are released each year. Having a responsive website has become important for search engine optimization since Google announced this year that it...

The era of large powerful images on websites
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The expression "A picture is worth a thousand words" refers to the notion that an idea can be conveyed with a single image instead of a long verbal or written description. This concept is still true today especially on the Internet where there is no possible personal/physical interactions with website visitors.

Wouldn't it be great if you could convey your message to your website visitors in 5 seconds or less?

It is p...

What is the fuss about Material Design for website design?
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Material Design is a term introduced by Google at the I/O Conference last year and it is now starting to become a popular design technique among professional web designers. For those of you who are wondering what Google I/O is, it is the annual software developer-focused conference held by Google in San Francisco, California. The I and O stand for Input and Output as well as Innovation in the Open. From Google: “We challenged ourselves to create a visual language for our us...

Using microinteractions on your website to improve the user experience
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website design

Recently there has been a lot of talk among professional website designers about developing designs that work for actual human beings. In the past year website designs have become very intricate and sometimes so complicated that, though they were pretty, they lost most of the users. Some of the issues were: 1) Designs so busy and dynamic that the users ended up just watching and not participating. And, as we all know, you must engage your audience in order to gain their fu...

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