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March 28, 2015

How to Make an Ecommerce Website That Hooks Your Customers

How to Make an Ecommerce Website That Hooks Your Customers

Last year, an article in Social Times declared that ecommerce generated an excess of $1.2 million every 30 seconds. $1.2 million!! That is a mind boggling figure that makes one thing abundantly clear – ecommerce isn’t child’s play anymore. If you want to stand tall in this industry and give your competitors something to think about, the design of your ecommerce site is not something you can afford to ignore.

In a previous article, we covered some of the common...

February 23, 2015

The Difference Between A Web Portal And A Website

The Difference Between A Web Portal And A Website

A website is a collection of interlinked web pages typically hosted from a single domain. A website is accessible over the internet or a private network such as Local Area Network (LAN) through an address known as Uniform Resource Locator (URL).

The URLs organize the web pages into a hierarchical form which help a user to navigate through the pages. A home page is included that usually is the starting point...

February 17, 2015

5 E-Commerce Design Trends to Look Forward to in 2015

5 E-Commerce Design Trends to Look Forward to in 2015

When designing an e-commerce website, most companies want to do little more than use it as a showcase for their products. In reality, the site’s user interface plays a very important role in the entire shopping experience. A poorly designed site can waste a customer’s time, cause frustration and push people away from the shop entirely. This, in turn, can affect the conversion rate and returns on investment (ROI).

If you’ve ignored e-commerce web development trends in the...

December 03, 2014

Are You Making These Responsive Design Mistakes?

Are You Making These Responsive Design Mistakes?

These days responsive web design is mandatory for anyone who ventures into the online world. However, despite its revolutionary approach, responsive design has its share of challenges. Some design mistakes can keep you from delivering optimal experience to users. This, in turn, can lead to poor conversions and cause those users to turn away from your website.

To prevent that from happening, watch out for these common pitfalls in responsive design and avoid them at all cost...

November 08, 2014

6 Important Steps for Planning Your Web Design

6 Important Steps for Planning Your Web Design

Failing to plan is planning to fail. Designing a website without a plan is similar to designing an automobile without an engine. Poor planning is a disaster waiting to happen for all web design companies, and by the time remedial efforts are put in place, it’s too late!

Why do website designs fail?

There are plenty of possible reasons, like Poor technical skills of developers, testers, and designers...

October 22, 2014

Responsive Web Design vs Adaptive Web Design – Which One is Better for You?

Responsive Web Design vs Adaptive Web Design – Which One is Better for You?

Long, long ago, in an age where there were only personal computers, a website was a fairly simple thing. And then the world exploded and companies found that they had to make websites that displayed well on laptops, smartphones, tablets, phablets, 10-inch screens, 8-inch screens, 5-inch screens.

How were companies to keep up with the fluctuating variety of screen sizes out there? Would they have to make special versions...

October 16, 2014

5 Reasons Why HTML5 is the Future of Web Design

5 Reasons Why HTML5 is the Future of Web Design

HTML5 – Everyone has heard about it, more and more people are using it, but very few people actually know what it is. Those who have adopted it consider it nothing more than an extension of HTML4+, or worse, HTML4. However, HTML5 has potential that extends beyond being an upgrade to previous versions of this language.

While it’s certainly something entirely new, experts are of the opinion that HTML5 fulfills the vision of what this language was meant...

September 12, 2013

Web Design Standards

Web Design Standards

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This is the second part of our series on the basics of web design. To learn more, go back to read the first article entitled “Web Design – An Introduction”.

We’ve already talked about keeping web design “Simple.” In some ways, “Standard” is just an extension of being simple. You shouldn’t try to do new, experimental things with your website in the hopes of impressing people; keep it simple. Proven, functional styles and back ends work best...

September 05, 2013

Web Design - An Introduction

Web Design - An Introduction

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This is the first part of our short series on the basics of web design. To learn more, check back in with us for more articles in this series!

Web design is not an easy field to step into. Whether you’re trying to get started yourself or just evaluating work that you’re having done for your company, it can be hard to put everything in perspective. Design on the web is not the same as design for print...