Category: Web Design
Testing websites has become a necessity for web designers and developers, and prior to launching them live, one should ensure that everything looks and works just as expected. This means testing for different browsers and screen sizes, and also why not throw in a few Android and iOS devices to be really sure about that. Why is this so important?
These two platforms make up more than 80% of all the smartphone market in the U.S. and are expected to reach even higher shares. To be more precise, Android recently topped 50% while iOS – 30%. So, optimizing for these devices should be one of the main concerns because it accounts for over 100 million users.
Pinterest recently saw a huge traffic boom. And for a reason. It has become a very addictive and fun way to share things you love, and follow collections created by other people. We can pretty much say that Pinterest is the new social site where people unite to share their interests. What makes it so popular and unique?
The simple question on how it became one lies between simplicity and a great idea. There is nothing easier than using bookmarklet to pin resources on your pinboard. Not only does it help you to share things with your friends, it also serves as a bookcase (kind of) where you can store all your ideas and projects in case you forget. Of course, there are a whole lot more ways to use Pinterest to manage things you find around the web.
Twitter already has nearly 500 million users and it still continues grow at a rate of 1 million users a day. If we think about it, that’s a lot! But how about 250 million tweets a day? Ouch! For this reason, many applications have been developed to ease the whole process of managing tweets, and not only.
Below you’ll find desktop apps for Mac (although some of them support Windows and Linux) that are most popular and widely used to manage Twitter.
UI elements are a lifesaver when it comes to designing something in a limited time. Suited either for hobbyists or professionals, these kits stand out from others by quality. Many download and use UI elements and kits to save their time and money, because not many of them are freely available. You don’t need to buy them, every single one is freely available and ready to use! These will definitely help you shape the outcome of your projects.
WordPress is growing at a staggering speed and yet people are misinformed about the ways to enhance their blogs in terms of search engine rankings and new potential customers.
While fully designing a site from ground-up might take you a few days to few months (depending on your knowledge), there is a better way to save your time and continue producing great content without breaking the bank.