Android has always been known for being heavily customizable, but the amount of work needed can sometimes be daunting. Having to look for and install custom icons, launcher themes and widgets can be a lot of work and take away the fun of actually customizing your Android device. If you’ve … Continue reading »
Compared to other web-related languages, CSS is relatively straightforward and easy to write. But at the same time, it is also hard to organize, particularly when it comes to codes that consist of thousands of lines. It would be great if we’re able to organize CSS and make it easier … Continue reading »
After spending hours online at different websites, you tend to pick up discernable trends in design. Over the years I have written about changing trends, particularly in the field of website layouts and webapps. Advancing W3C specifications coupled with modern web browsers have opened the door to a new era … Continue reading »
Most people have their own preference when it comes to organizing things they own, but if you spend too much time and feel particularly happy doing it, is it because you are obsessed with organization? Today, we are showcasing 15 photos that showcase an obsession with organizing items from food … Continue reading »
Using free website templates is a great starting point for websites that are just starting out or running on a low budget. Since these templates are pre-designed, they are instantly usable. In this post, we would like to share with you a compilation of 20 free high-quality PSD website templates. … Continue reading »
The modal window is one of the most common UI that we can find in websites. It is commonly used to carry a subscription form, uploading forms (like the one in WordPress), displaying notifications and other ways to draw a visitor’s attention to something important. Simple Modal Window by Lonut … Continue reading »
In-depth articles allow you to target broader queries that have large search volume thereby increasing the chances of getting noticeable amounts of visits to your site. You are targeting the long tail queries to drive traffic because they are easier to rank for as opposed to the broader ones. But, what will happen if you start getting traffic from the fat head keywords as well! Visits will just start to explode.
A digital marketer works on many mediums or platforms such as social media, the Internet, television, billboards, radio and even SMS. Having to stay atop this wide array of platforms means that digital marketers have to keep up with the trends that affect the many different aspects of each medium. … Continue reading »
Traditional management styles are built around strict adherence to authority. Workers are expected to be “passive”. They take orders, they follow instructions, and they follow. This style of management works quite well for assembly line and factory work, but its terribly counterproductive in fields where innovation, creativity, networking, and service play a crucial role – which is to say, most modern workplaces.
Ah, collaborations. They can be a blessing or a curse, and sometimes both at once. Working with another designer on a project can challenge you in ways you never thought possible… and it can also drive you so crazy you’ll find yourself wondering whether it was worth the effort in … Continue reading »
Do you notice that videos watched on high-end TVs, seems smoother, clearer and more "fluid"? In a fast action scene we can barely see what is going on because most videos are projected at 24 frames per second. "Frame Interpolation" technology helps generate intermediate animation in between frames to produce … Continue reading »
2013 has been a year that saw gadgets breaking new grounds yet again – take the iPad Air for example, it’s thinner, lighter, and faster than any of its predecessors. 2014 promises to be another exciting year as we’ll see even more powerful gadgets that will stretch the boundaries of … Continue reading »