Everyone working in development is bound at some time to discover they’ve been shelling out good money for hosting an old website that has been forgotten about. Rather than letting this investment go to waste, you could actually revive the old site by updating it. What you do with it after that is entirely up…Continue Reading “Breathing New Life into an Old Website” →
Bitcoin is the cryptocurrency that everyone knows about, but there is far more to understand and learn about if you plan on getting into the cryptocurrency world. Some argue that you’d be a fool to put any money into cryptocurrency, but others argue the exact opposite. Regardless of your views on the topic, all sorts…Continue Reading “Website Design Inspiration from the World of Cryptocurrency” →
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Video is one of those really contentious points about web design. There are some people who feel like web pages should not have embedded video at all. These people are wrong. Like any technology, however, we should respect it and not abuse it. The two worst things you can do are: AutoPlay videos, without express…Continue Reading “Getting Ready for Web Video” →
If you have a slow site, probably on shared server that receives a lot of traffic, you may be able to speed things up a bit by hosting some of your content on a Content Delivery Network (CDN). Unfortunately traditional CDN is often priced out of reach for a small business website, but the good…Continue Reading “Cloud Storage as a CDN Option” →
Are you fed up with your current host and now you’re looking for a different provider? Maybe you found a cheaper host or a faster one or a host that offers some sort of benefit like a website builder. These are all valid reasons to switch hosting companies, but it’s essential to consider a few…Continue Reading “3 Things to Consider Before Switching Hosting” →
Designers understand the importance of utility Sometimes it can be difficult to explain to non-designers, such as marketing managers, why utility is more important than aesthetics. That’s one of the biggest challenges every designer faces when designing user interfaces for software and websites, where the work is subject to approval from higher level marketing executives….Continue Reading “Usability as a Design Consideration” →
Creating websites has become almost a commonplace skill these days, and there’s such an overabundance of sites out there competing against yours that anything you can do to stand out from the crowd is going to be a huge help. What can we do to get our sites noticed, admired, and paid attention to? It…Continue Reading “The Art of Building Better Websites” →
One of the interesting recent developments in web design trends is actually the trend away from trends… or in other word what is happening is a kind of regression to simpler ways, at least from those in the know. On the other side of the coin, there’s a big shift happening in certain types of…Continue Reading “The Changing Face of Web Design in 2018” →
Strangely enough, one of the most difficult web technologies to master is one of the earliest ones to be available for the browser after plain text and images. The problem is even greater today with so many different device types that need to be thought about. Perfect tables are nearly impossible to create unless they…Continue Reading “Making Better HTML Tables” →
If you’re looking for a featured photo to match that perfect blog post, the process often takes much longer than you would expect. Most bloggers have no interest, or money, to pay for stock photos, and most of the time you can find royalty-free images that don’t require attribution. Unfortunately, there are a few main…Continue Reading “Stockio Review: Stock Photos and More Without the Attribution and Costs” →
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