Design

Vital FAQs That Will Help You to Land Your First UX Design Job Charlie Brown Tue, 09/11/2018 - 06:34

Even though you may have been learning the essentials of UX design studying offline or online, honing your skills and, developing a smart portfolio backed by a killer resume, you still need to get the all-important first job as a UX designer. The UX design sector is still very new and even employers tend to be somewhat confused by what it means and what they should be looking out for when hiring someone. The situation is sometimes compounded by the variety of terms that are often confused with each other.

The process of developing an optimized business or personal site

On the Internet, setting up a web space for one's business projects or other trade-related reasons is undoubtedly akin to child's play. There are many kinds of services present in the online area which assert that they can develop appealing websites by using straightforward procedures. Apart from these options, a person can also choose to self-design his/her website. But if a planned approach isn't in place then building a site can become a challenging prospect. 

Methods to be pursued for setting up an appropriate website

Start-up Businesses One Can Begin with No Cash at the Outset

With job industry heading towards saturation, starting up home-based online venture can also serve as a great relief for maintaining a decent amount of income. Majority of the people are not aware of the fact and even if they know they won’t believe that having a small or even negligible business setup can make a huge difference in the overall source of income for a person.

E-commerce tips: Future proofing your Magento website for better UX

What is an e-commerce site without mobile-ready designs? Obviously antique! Mobile devices are the present and the future of e-commerce and marketing. Mobile users took over desktop traffic a long time ago. Irrespective of your website builder platform and CMS, you need to take a step towards optimizing your website for your mobile using customers right now. A good mobile-ready site is easy, light, fast and navigation-friendly.

My question to Mozilla: Whose web is it anyway?

Mozilla, the makers of Firefox, just announced that they are looking to block in-page popups (also known as overlays). These are the kind of things that commonly interrupt you to ask you to sign up to newsletters or to 'Like on Facebook'. In-page popups are very different to the traditional (and much more intrusive) popups which all popular browsers now all block, something that isn't at all controversial.

Bootstrap: The Framework's What, Why, and How Angela Joseph Thu, 01/18/2018 - 06:33

A lot of people talk about Bootstrap, but you know what it's for? You may even know it as a front-end framework, but do you know who it's designed for, whether it's worth studying, or if it's something outdated? In this article, we'll try to answer all these questions. In addition to knowing more about Bootstrap, you'll know the framework's strengths and weaknesses and what makes it a great tool for when working with front-end web development.

How UI/UX Design Affect Your Website Impression Kenneth Evans Mon, 12/18/2017 - 06:58

UI/UX Design stands for User Interface and User Experience which plays an important role in the success or failure of a particular website. The major reason for building a website may depend on the kind of business you do which might simply be to register your name on the World Wide Web. It could be an ecommerce website that puts you on a regular search for sales, you might just feel like generating leads that will improve your traffic and make signups the basic objectives, you can as well build a website that cares for readers and you monetize it through ads and affiliate links.

New Modular pi-top Laptop Launches to Set Kids Up for Future

Education technology company pi-top today launched a brand new modular laptop designed to make experimenting, coding and building electronics, simple and fun. The new pi-top laptop is a powerful platform that is ideal for both consumers and students and includes a “sliding” keyboard that allows users to access and engage with internal components and upgrade with kits for a host of inventions and experiments.

Introducing CMS Report "Lite" Bryan Ruby Sun, 09/17/2017 - 13:43

Earlier this year we rebranded the website CMS Report to this site, socPub. The website's new identity has allowed me, article contributors, and our readers to explore topics well outside the norm of conversations surrounding content management systems. Although we're going through a bit of growing pains with establishing a new identity under socPub, I'm fully committed to this new website. The change has been good for me and I'm once again inspired to write on topics that interest me.