Striking a Balance with Video Content

Websites serve unique functions for their hosts, each dialed-in to send particular messages. While objectives vary, engaging content is at the core of personal and business websites, offered to keep visitors interested. While the genesis of the Web leaned towards text and static images, today’s Web designers use an increasingly diverse bag of tricks for […]

February 16, 2014

Learning ASP.NET? Make sure to measure its landscape meticulously

So, you have tried the new stuff, the old stuff and the tried and true stuff. But irrespective of the results you got, one thing worth considering is that you have to keep innovating as well as banking on the things with proven benefits. ASP.NET provides a seamless mixture of both – it keeps coming […]

February 1, 2014

The Evolution of Video in Web Design

Getting through to consumers is accomplished in a variety of ways, which change alongside technological developments. Historic shifts from print to radio and radio to television provide game changing examples of how information technology shifts across society over time. Just when TV screens had thoroughly captured public attention, personal computers emerged to throw another layer […]

January 19, 2014

Trends and Predictions: What's in Store for the Future of Web Design in 2014

For some people, the end of the year marks a time when we should take stock of our websites and see how it performed throughout the year. If you are all for improving your website, it’s time to break out the crystal ball and predict the upcoming web design trends that we’ll in 2014. Trend […]

December 23, 2013

Do More with WordPress: Must Have Plugins for Your Website

Those who’ve been using WordPress for any length of time would know two things. One, it’s an absolutely awesome content management system; by far the finest in the world. And two, the sheer variety of free and paid plugins that are available. This makes it so that your site’s functionality is enhanced tenfold. To say […]

December 12, 2013

How can content publishers use Gamification to gain more web traffic?

Gamification is the essence of applying gaming techniques to non-gaming contexts such as education, job performance, health, lifestyle, research and many other things. Over the recent years, gamification has become a main concept that content publishers rely on to get more traffic to their website, to increase content consumption and to motivate user participation. Who […]

September 16, 2013

Enhance Your Online Business: Conversion-Friendly UI Design Tips for Your Website

One of the prime priorities before building a website for your business is to understand the purpose of the website. Do you want to create a website for instating your web presence and letting your customers and competitors know “you are there”? Or, do you want your website to be a communication channel between your […]

September 15, 2013

Android Kit Kat: Will it live up to expectations of Android lovers?

Android 5.0 Kit Kat: The rumor mill is abuzz with expected release date of Android 5.0 Kit Kat. The latest Android Jelly Bean 4.3 version was released recently, with updates. Some of the key features included support for Bluetooth Low Energy, Bluetooth Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) 1.3 support, 4K resolution support, bug fixes, and […]

September 11, 2013
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