Designing a startup logo is as important as a stirring image of an organization. It carries the identity of a company and bears its purpose. When a person launches a brand new business, he faces hard competition in order to build an identity among others. Due to advancement of technology, people are becoming used to elegant and well-designed products and services. So for a startup of brand new business, people need the product that looks good as well works great.
When it comes to logos, first impression counts the most. A good logo entices the person to read more about the company and assists the business by sending off affecting impression, so it ends up giving great benefit to the company
After the inclusion of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) in the web technology, development work process became less. CSS gives not only support for HTML in styling, but also boost the speed of developing. However, CSS has many limitations and rules regarding existing styles and files. These rules are not easy to understand, particularly if you are coding every day with the same project, and you have to write a new style for every other day. It means, you are over riding the existing CSS, and you do not know which style effects would work, and which wouldn’t.
Today, web designing has outgrown as one of the most talked-about professional fields. It’s not hard to find students and graduates taking up web designing as their career arena. Although web designing purely deals with designing the layout of websites, some of the novice and even the experienced web designers often get confused as to whether they should know how to code.
Well, this is a question that’s been bothering many web designers residing in different corners of the world. Here, in this blog, I’ll try and find out whether coding skills are necessary for a web designer or can he/she survive the stiff competition by merely possessing the technical knowledge of PSDs.
These are tips for designing e-commerce websites.
Simplicity should always be one of your primary concerns when it comes to developing an effective and efficient shopping cart for your website.
With that being said, there are a number of different elements that should be viewed as top priorities when creating the basic foundation of this particular tool.
As long as you focus on including these four elements within your overall design, your shopping cart will be off to a great start.
Competition in the IT sector is increasing day by day with many new players and new ideas joining the market. Gaining and sustaining traffic over websites has become a really cutthroat task. The time has gone when making a website was enough to boost your business.
These days, every inch of your web pages makes difference in terms of traffic you get and money you make. This is the reason tech entrepreneurs are bothering more about the designing aspects of their websites in a bid to maintain high conversion rate.
Want to show off your products in a fast, convenient and cool way? Two words … click and Instagram! With over 150 million monthly active users and 5 million photos uploaded every day, Instagram has no doubt become the largest online platform for sharing pictures and videos with just a single click. And it is not a surprise that many famous brands are also acknowledging this platform as a great marketing opportunity to promote their products, services, or businesses to target customers worldwide.
Moreover, there are numerous Instagram apps for small businesses to get the most out of their visual content. Here are 10 interesting stats about Instagram that can help you better understand the potential of popular photo-sharing app for the businesses in the upcoming year:
Information technology has opened up many new horizons for the people to make money. These days, digital media poses to be a strong and reliable source of earning. It offers you commercial opportunities from different aspects. You can earn by selling out your products and services online, you can earn by marketing others’ products and services and you can earn by providing technical support like content development, website development and software building.
These all are the parts of e-Commerce which is the most discussed term on all international IT and academic forums. Considering the commercial aspect of internet, more and more tech savvies are putting their investment into it. This is the reason the scoop of digital media is ballooning day by day.
What do you know about X-rays? They are scanned images of body systems, they help doctors to diagnose medical problems in our body and they help us decorate our homes and offices… right?
If you think I have mistyped something in the last sentence, then you’re here for a surprise!
X-rays can be hugely artistic, and proving that is the Dutch artist Albert Koetsier. He has spotted the hidden beauty that is in regular X-rays and is subsequently making his own brand at Photowall UK.
If we take a look at the history of website building, it’s amazing how intertwined it used to be with handwritten code. Designers had no choice but go the length of converting their work into HTML code, a slow and frankly nightmarish process – as non-creative tasks seem downright abhorring to them. Yet help came, in the form of syntax-highlighting or auto-completion tools that would spare some time and energy.
Lately, the web design industry has been undergoing some serious changes. Only a few years ago, the web started to flood with innumerable site builders that offer code-free solutions to making a site. Presently, such services are manifold, and really different from each other. Webydo and visual.ly have joined forces to research the current state of the web design industry. Their results are featured in a lovely infographic, which I think will prove most useful to investigate.