Windows 8 was released not too long ago showcasing its brand new user interface that merged the desktop and mobile OS experience into one package. Because of that, many people have commented that it will take some time to get used to this massive change. From the get-go, complaints came … Continue reading »
Many individuals have the habit of collecting attractive domain names but never using them. If so, why not get rid of unused domain names and in the process, make some cash? It is important to understand the whole process of selling domain names. On the outside, the process may look … Continue reading »
When we think of advertisements, we tend to negatively associate them with mind manipulation of the masses for business profiteering. We tend to forget that advertisements can be used for nobler causes that deal with issues closer to home and to our hearts. I’m talking about using these ads to … Continue reading »
When planning for your eCommerce website, there is a great deal of things to consider and set up: detailed product information, quality product images, a simple and transparent checkout process, adequate product filters and search options, reliable customer service options, variety of payment options, user-friendly navigation and catchy website design with a focus on the products – the deeper you get, the more dilemmas you face.
There are many ways for giving a website a unique look, but none is more effective than creating some awesome illustrated elements for it. Illustrations can give a lot of personality to the layout of your website, provided that you know how to use them properly.
It doesn’t matter if it’s a completely illustrated background, a sketched font or a hand drawn icon, it will provide your design with a unique feel as long as your approach towards inserting these elements in your design is correct.
So you have your app icon ready for release. You love both iOS users and Android users the same so you’re going to release your app to both the Apple App Store and Google Play. But did you know that there are different image dimensions required of each app submission? … Continue reading »
We have seen great leaps in digital technology in past the past five years. Smartphones, cloud computing, multi-touch tablets, these are all innovations that revolutionized the way we live and work. However, believe it or not, we are just getting started. Technology will get even better. In the future, we … Continue reading »
Cloud Computing means Internet-based computing where your data and the software are present on the Web, and the application is used as a service rather than a standalone software. You can run a virtual application or operating system within a browser which preserves your user session and your data. It’s … Continue reading »
Merry Christmas, everyone! We hope you’re having a wonderful time with family and friends this holiday season. This year, we’ve posted Christmas wallpapers, games, apps and even shopping sites to get you ready for the holiday season. There is also an interesting post for unconventional Christmas trees. But for most … Continue reading »
Want to avoid annoying people on Facebook Chat? In the past you could do that just by not replying and feigning not having seen the message, but ever since Facebook has implemented the read receipt feature on Facebook chats, that excuse doesn’t work anymore. There is no default Facebook chat … Continue reading »
It’s a paradox: our love for fresh-fallen snow, and hatred for the ruthless cold weather that makes it. Wintry wallpapers… I think most of us can live with that. It’s the perfect compromise. You get to enjoy the eerie beauty of nature on your desktop in the safety and warmth … Continue reading »
The Christmas season is (finally!) just a few days away; which means you’ve probably already gotten Christmas presents for a few special guys or girls. Let’s not forget the little nephews and nieces you will run into at family gatherings. If you aren’t getting them the latest devices they are … Continue reading »