Why would someone spend more money to get a team of experts, when websites are created by freelance individuals all the time? Let’s have a look…
Facebook!!! When someone mentions the term “Facebook” you instantly think of when last you checked yours, eagerly waiting for news to pop up in your newsfeed. Or how you can’t wait to get home and upload those new pics that you took that day and choose a new cover photo to see how many “likes” you get.
Websites have come a long way since the 90’s. Almost twenty years later, the design, functionality & interactivity of websites have leaped forward dramatically. From the beginning of web design, these progressions were largely facilitated by the technology and software developments that preceded them.
Maintaining a balanced life and preventing overwork and stress is essential for thriving at work. We know that physical, social and mental activity can help build and maintain your mental health. Like many things in life there is no single correct formula or magic bullet. Our work, family and social circumstances vary enormously from person to person, as we are all unique, but here’s what works for me. Perhaps it will work for you.
We live in a world where it has become almost expected of us to upgrade every piece of technology we own at least once a year. In the ever-changing world of technology, one could be forgiven for wondering about the lifespan of your website. Let’s discuss some of the factors that can influence how regularly a website should be updated.
Your gourmet sandwich just arrived at your table in a quaint café. Across from you your best friend sits smiling, desperately awaiting some conversation. But nothing can stop you now from applying that awesome “Rise” filter first and “Instagramming” it.
If you’ve ever wondered why successful websites like Amazon.com and Facebook have been able to successfully retain their user base (hundreds of millions per month) over the past few years, you might be surprised that it’s not merely related to the products, content or services they deliver. In fact, it doesn’t really matter how brilliantly fascinating or addictive your website is at all.
It’s a competitive world out there. Behind every new business, there’s a logo that must be able to hold its own amongst the vast number of well known logos already in existence. Is it set up to handle whatever it was intended for?
The road to a completed website is longer than you may think. There are several stages involved in the process and these can be divided into two main phases, namely, design and development (building/coding). It is a popular misconception that these two aspects are one and the same.
When working with web and mobile applications, you will hear people talking about “native” apps versus web apps, but it isn’t always clear what the difference is.