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Have you ever visited a website that was so hideous that you immediately clicked the back button on your browser? It didn’t matter how much the site fit your search terms, or how awesome the content of it might have been, you were out of there. A site will gain or lose a visitor within seconds, often depending on how easily readable the content on your site is. Whether you’re designing a huge site like the next youtube or just promoting your little online school, if your website is not designed with readability in mind, most visitors will not even make a halfhearted attempt to read your message.
Let’s imagine that you want to plant some geraniums on your balcony, and you happen to live across the street from two garden centers. Garden center #1 is lavishly decorated. There are plants and flowers everywhere, and simply to walk into the center is to experience sensory overload. It’s the most beautiful place you can think of to visit, and you like to stop by and simply enjoy the ambience — but you have no idea where you would find a geranium there, although you’re certain that if there was one place on Earth where geraniums could be purchased, this would be the place. Garden center #2 is much more bare bones — it is laid out beautifully but simply, with a stone bench and a fountain in the middle and several specialized areas radiating out from that central point. You only have ten minutes. Which garden center would you go to?
A niche business can be a double edged sword. It can be a good thing because you offer a particular product or service and therefore there are relatively few competitors. However, this also means that your products or services aren’t needed by everyone or during every season, thus reducing your target market. When building a website to cater to your niche business, it’s important to keep these qualities in mind. From design to content, every aspect of your website can make or break the success of your online traffic and, to a great extent, your business. To guard against this, here are some points to consider when developing your niche business’s website.
Hello everyone! I have compiled a nice set of beautiful texture packs. I found these textures while searching for bokeh texture on deviantArt.
deviantART is the largest online social network for artists. It was created to entertain, inspire, and empower the artist in all of us. You can register for deviantART for free and exhibit, promote, and share your works within a peer community dedicated to the arts.
I have added these textures to my library and thought that you might also like to include in your library too. So have a look at these texture beauties!
Hello everyone! I am writing a post after long time since I was busy in 12 hours a day tight schedule for almost Six months. Although the experience was very awesome.
It’s no secret that the web is evolving rapidly, much faster than we can keep pace with it. No sooner does something become the rage than it’s replaced by something else at the top; in short, the Internet is transient and keeps morphing into new forms and taking on new avatars every now and then. The change is driven by the motivation to push for more – we want more automation, more sophistication, and more intuition in the way the web serves us. We want to do less, and at the same time, want the Internet to give us more. And as the web evolves from one form to another seamlessly, it follows that websites too are going to have to change if they don’t want to be classified outdated and irrelevant. So how drastically will website design change?
Hello everyone! Its been a long time since I have written a post. Anyways, today I have motivating and beautiful wallpapaer for you.
The motivation behind behind this wallpaper is the following line.
Bugs are in the Codes, Not in the Concepts!
- Dr. Vijay Gokhale
I hope this will inspire you all, so go and get it.
The wallpaper is available in different sizes including for Widescreen and iPad.
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And, if we talk about the world of web designers then, changes are mandatory and bound to happen. Because “a market is never saturated with a good product, but it is very quickly with a bad one.”
There is no doubt to the fact that the area where there has been witnessed a lot of change are the website design trends. Also,
“Compared even to the development of the phone or TV, the Web developed very quickly.”