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This Week in Web Design
Be Careful About These 6 Web Design Trends in 2016
Trends in web design, like fashion trends, come and go. Sometimes trends are dictated by necessity (like responsive design). Other trends are industry shifts, such as the change from skeuomorphism to flat design.
The 10 Best Web Design Tools of 2015 Worth Using
While 2015 might take some flak for not delivering on the promises of Back to the Future 2, the web design industry made Biff-sized leaps in what technology allowed and what users expected.
Responsive Web Design 101 for Small Business
These incredibly important data points demonstrate how mobile Internet usage is changing the rules of the game for company websites.
The History of Web Design [Infographic]
Can you imagine what the very first website looked like? It was nothing like what we have today. No images. No CSS. No parallax design.
UN Study Finds App-based Hookups Causing Teen HIV Epidemic
The latest UN Study reports that apps meant for dating have been linked to an rise in HIV spread among teens in the Asia-Pacific area.
What’s the Latest in E-Commerce Web Design?
A trillion-digit industry, yet you find over 65,000 names struggling to cross the bar of $1,000 in the world of E-commerce. Go through the stats, and I bet you will find an empire full of disparities.
Interview: Urooj Qureshi, UX Designer & Product Owner at 123ContactForm
We are delighted to share his interview where he talks about his beginnings as a Creative Director, turned UX Design and entrepreneurial Travel Writer.
Swift is Now Open Source
The programming language made popular through it properties of speedy performance and safety, is now open source. Since originally presented by Apple last year, it has become one of the fastest growing languages, used in everything from mobile to desktop apps.
Money Talks | How to Start Billing Like a Boss
Is it just me, or were most of us never trained to talk about payment as a legitimate, natural progression of any project we undertake? I recall learning how to account for my income at the year’s end, but what about how to acquire that sweet nectar in the first place?