Tag Archives: User Experience

Social networks have truly changed the way businesses approach marketing in many ways. Social networking can help a business gain insight on what people need or want, it can help business find potential leads and customers and of course, it can help a business gain more followers. These benefits have not gone unnoticed by many Australian businesses. In fact, according to quiip.com.au, 56% of large Australian businesses and 32% of medium Australian businesses have a social media presence. If you’re […]

Foundation is considered to be the most responsive and advance front-end framework today in the world. It allows you to quickly build apps, sites and prototype that work with any type of device. It also includes a huge range of best practices, elements and layout constructs. Built on Sass And Complete with Features Foundation is built on Sass which is a very advanced CSS preprocessor, allowing you to develop Foundation quickly and build websites with it. You can use the […]

Why Link building is Dead

Link building had once been a very popular strategy for website owners to get more traffic. However, it had been greatly frowned upon and is considered today to be an outdated method. Given below are a few reasons why: Understanding the Link Building Concept Link building is the process of getting links for a website. Websites often use content for getting links. In some cases, the content that is generated by the website would also generate links automatically. For example, […]

Designing for Mobile Devices

When you design a website for mobile devices, there will be various different factors to be considered if you want to deliver an enjoyable user experience. Given below are some of the factors to consider: The Quantity of Content Used A mobile site would not always be able to fit in everything shown on your regular website. Space is premium on mobile screens and therefore it is important to reduce the content displayed on your mobile version. Limit your content […]

Bootstrap was recently introduced by Twitter. It is a CSS style library for web application developers that need a little help with designing. This toolkit includes modals, buttons, grid layouts and a lot more and it works on almost every type of browser. What Can You Do with Bootstrap? The value of Bootstrap is enhanced with Less preprocessor. This adds additional functionality to the framework and makes it much more useful. Bootstrap does offer a demo page where users can […]

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