A 3-Part Series on the digital accessibility of the housing process experienced by people with disabilities. In this 3-part series, we will look at the challenges and rewards of the entire experience surrounding the process of acquiring housing for people who live with a disability. We will look at: Buying an existing home Leasing an… Continue reading Housing, It’s a Human Right (Part 1)
26 Shares With the advent of online and mobile working culture, UX/UI trends have experienced a significant transformation over the years. Yet 2021 is just no exception. As a UX/UI professional, it is vital to keep updated about these continuously shifting trends and follow and recreate good UX design examples. The COVID-19 issue has transformed… Continue reading UX and UI Logo Trends
Java is among the most widely used programming languages and platforms today. It is prevalent due to its efficiency and simple syntax. It is known for its speed and reliability and is used for web applications, desktop computers, gaming consoles, and even the most complex scientific supercomputers. And of course, Java is the language of… Continue reading Basics of the Java Language
[unable to retrieve full-text content] The disruptor becomes the disrupted. Photo by Patrick on Unsplash The Positional View and Resource-Based View are two schools of business strategy that seek to describe a company’s competitive advantage. There is a great deal of overlap between the two, as will be discussed using specific examples from the Polaroid company.… Continue reading The rise and fall of Polaroid
[unable to retrieve full-text content] A UX design and ethical analysis of Google’s UX Design Professional Certificate Course. A screenshot of Google’s UX design course on Coursera I usually only binge-watch Netflix shows. But after reading about Google’s plan to disrupt the college degree, following an announcement from Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, on March 11… Continue reading Putting to the test Google’s plan to disrupt the university degree
The internet is completely changing everything about the world we live in today. Outside of just visiting websites and social media platforms, the demand for having an online presense is a requirement for businesses, brands and organizations of all sizes. This also means that there is a great demand for site developers, content creators and… Continue reading How to Start a Successful Career in Web Design in 2020
As a web designer, you’re constantly being bombarded with messages that tell you to acquire new skills, try new tools, and keep on hustling. But if you’re constantly changing things up, does it do the opposite of what you originally set out to do? In other words, if you always have to start over, is… Continue reading Is Change Positive for Web Designers?
Attention is the new gold; brands are in a constant competition for our attention. A big portion of our time we spend online, where we are bombarded with insane amounts of information and advertisements. It’s hard not to become overwhelmed in this world of consumerism. We have had to become good at quickly evaluating which… Continue reading Eye Vs AI: Harnessing Technology to Successfully Track User Attention
The key to the success of any business, startup, or project is having the right and professional app development team of developers and designers. This way, they can accomplish their objectives. You must be thinking – how can I hire an ideal mobile app development company for my startup? Don’t worry. To help you overcome… Continue reading 6 Factors to Consider on Hiring an App Development Company for Startups
A multilingual WordPress site is one that offers content in more than one language. For example, a site can provide content in English, French, German, and Spanish. Since most countries have more than one official language, it makes sense to have content in multiple languages. Having a multilingual site is one of the best ways… Continue reading Automatically Create a Multilingual WordPress Site With a Translator Plugin
There’s nothing nice about asking the question “How old is too old to …?” So, I’m going to start by getting the answer out of the way, right now: You’re never too old to… …become a web designer… …transition from web designer to UX designer… …become a full-stack designer-developer powerhouse… …or do whatever the heck… Continue reading Are You Too Old to Be a Web Designer?
In case you haven’t heard of the changes within the Cisco certification program, now is the perfect time to read about the recent updates. For the past years, many IT certification providers are shuffling their certification tracks to continue being relevant in the changing industry with new technologies. Some certifications paths are slightly tweaked while… Continue reading Earn Your CCNA Cyber Ops With Cisco 210-250 SECFND Before It’s Too Late!
How likely will you recommend a specific website to someone? Generally, we evaluate a website based on its contents, responsiveness, and designs. When a webpage captures your interest, you will usually navigate the site and look everything about it. As they say, first impressions always last. It means when you saw something interesting for the… Continue reading 7 Best Web Design Strategies to Implement to Build Audience’s Trust
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When you think of your future as a designer, you imagine creating awesome watercolor illustrations, websites which are simple, sleek and sophisticated. You want to be successful, and you’re looking to find a way to get there. There are many different ways to become a graphic designer. Although some people might learn a single computer… Continue reading Tips To Help You Improve As a Graphic Designer
Think of site architecture as a blueprint of a house. If effectively created, the site architecture can help you lay out the structure of your website so that it serves your target audience as well as the search engines. Your goal should be to create a fine balance between these two segments. As far as… Continue reading Tips on Designing Site Architecture for Optimal SEO Results
Web design is actually one of those jobs that are not too streamlined. The designer is only taught the basics and the codes, and is allowed to use creativity, personal skills and visualisation to bring the best out of every job they do. One of the best marketing tools of the present era is well… Continue reading Effective Methods of Creating Topnotch Web-Design
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Posted · Category: Best Collections Choosing a WordPress theme is not necessarily an easy task if you are looking for the very best. It often comes down to one or two truly outstanding features that differentiate a theme from all of the others. Here are a few things well worth looking for that can get… Continue reading Don’t Buy a WordPress Theme Unless It Can Offer These 4 Things