Category: web design

‘AMP’lify your mobile website with Accelerated Mobile Pages – AMP

It hasn’t been unknown that Google is leaning heavily towards providing a better mobile experience for quite some time now. Case in point – In April 2015′ algorithm update that considers mobile friendliness as one of the ranking signals. Another update rolled out in October 2015 saw Google come up with Accelerated Mobile Pages or AMP. This open source project has the support of Google, WordPress, Twitter, and LinkedIn, among 30 other publishers and developers. What is it …

How to keep up with Web technology? Overcoming the challenges with learning

It is a challenge for the Web developers always since they need to read, practice and deliver all the time. You may say life if full of learning, and everyone has to learn. But, what you learn today becomes outdated within a year, or sometimes even within few months in web technology and this becomes a real challenge. In this Presentation, Chris Coyier is trying to arrive at a decent answer. We would like it to be shared …

Flat design + Less framework + WordPress = Our new responsive Blog design

After few years we had decided to give a new look and feel. As you are aware 2013 was a year of Responsive Web Design and we are no exception to this. So, RWD was in priority for the blog design. Why not applying new trends in our own blog ?  So, we added Flat design too. Flat design: Design trends change over the years. Now, people like to get rid of curved edges, gradients, reflections or shadow effects. …

Web Development life cycle – Process flow diagram

Years ago, we wrote an article, web development life cycle , which explains how a web development business flow might work between the client and a web developer. The process is simple and straight forward. I decided to create a simple flow diagram for better understanding, and here is that process flow diagram.  The diagram widely covers the process in terms of business perspective, Starts from a call/email inquiry from a potential customer till the final project delivery. Leave …

Responsive web design to make your site mobile ready – Is it worth doing?

You own a website successfully now but did you ever find out if your website is accessible and viewable with any of the smartphones? It is great if you have your site designed aesthetically using Flash or any other jazzy technology unless you have your website compatible with the current smartphones, your effort may go wasted. These days your website must be compatible with the cell phone browsers as most of the young users are going online using their mobile …

Web design: To be responsive or not?

Did we ever anticipate mobile phones to battle computers? On the contrary, it is a well-observed fact today. What it basically means is that with technology you should “expect the unexpected.”  Through innovative gadgets like tablet computers, smartphones, net pads, etc we can access websites anytime, anywhere as and when required.  As a result, responsive web designing is gaining momentum and web designers across the sphere have started to track and emphasize its importance. Responsive web designing in …

The end of Flash era – Will HTML5 and the browsers leave Flash behind?

At this point of time, it would be superfluous to say that Flash is the most prominent and widely utilized multimedia platform on the cyberspace. It has substantially demonstrated its mark in several areas such as games, banners, applications, and videos. However, given this fact, several IT enthusiasts across the globe accentuate that the launch of HTML 5 will supersede Flash and sound its death knell. In today’s context, is this relevant? HTML 5 will obviously take some …