It takes a lot of work and an aesthetic eye to create a well-designed Web site. It also takes expertise to present your e-Commerce story in a way that will attract customers and traffic to your website. With quality images, a simple but transparent check-out process, customer service options and a user-friendly navigation mechanism, personalizing […]
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Social media is here to stay, and it has changed the world as we know it. On the one hand, spending too much time socializing on sites like Facebook and Twitter can be an enormous waste of time and productivity. But on the other, these connective technologies and communities can absolutely help you accomplish the […]
There is a lot of prominent advice on the Internet regarding your own privacy. Users do not always consider how easy it can be to snoop into a public wi-fi or even into a weak(but protected) network. Your Internet history is something you may wish to keep to yourself, and it can be annoying if […]
Every week on Devlounge we feature inspiring designs and ideas, give you tips on what works and what doesn’t, and share useful resources to improve your site. Don’t you wish the efforts you’ve done towards building your site would be recognized?
It’s one thing to buy inexpensive office equipment and electronic devices on the internet and it is quite another to get totally free items. You may have wondered whether it is indeed possible to get valuable electronic or mechanical gadgets on the internet. The answer is that indeed it is, though there is most probably […]
Do you own a website, if yes then you might surely know about Search Engine Optimization? If you want to make your website successful, SEO optimized content and web design is most important aspect. SEO literally mean bringing more quality and quantity traffic to a website from search engines. Make sure that the content you […]
In the event that you get an angry email or telephone call complaining about your service, what do you do?
Different things might work for different people. What are your “magic formulas” for success?
Have you considered outsourcing development work?
Thoughts on brands, names, domains and how consumers remember you from what you call yourself.
Why I refuse to go back to a single monitor setup.
In my last post, I talked about how deliberate practice is the key to improving your skills. Today we’ll look at the characteristics of this type of practice and how to apply it to web work.