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When it comes to building new websites or updating existing sites, most people don’t know the types of professionals they should hire to get the job done right. You don’t need to run the risk of hiring the wrong person; you just need to know how to compare your Web needs with the services that professionals can offer. Generally, Web professionals fall into one of three categories: back-end developers, front-end developers, and Web designers. Three categories of Web professionals » read more
Any business that wishes to be competitive in the online or offline market must have a professional website. Internet has become the leading resource for people to find information, with business research being a leading reason to perform a search on the web. Businesses that do not have a professionally created website risk losing potential customers on the Internet and in their storefronts. Consumers are evaluating products and companies long before they decide to make a purchase, and if your website does not seem professional or secure, they will simply move on to the next vendor. While sales and credibility are the two main factors for having a professional website created for your business, the following 5 reasons will help you understand why a professionally created website is crucial to your business. » read more
2015-11-09 03:24:51 | by: 99 Designs

The big web design trends for 2015

When thinking about web design, you must consider the full spectrum of possibilities that the internet presents. Done boldly, designers can push the limits of human interaction and imagination on a global scale » read more
2015-11-09 03:21:54 | by: Julie Nelson, Nextfly

3 BIG Reasons Why You Should Hire a Proffessional Web Designer

When you purchase a template, there are also many other people that have the same website that you might have. Due to this, the code of the website is out there for many people to access, hack into and plant malware. Malware comes in various forms including a variety of forms including computer viruses, spyware, adware and other malicious programs » read more
2014-01-11 03:26:36 | by: Aaron Whiffin | webbedfeetuk

Why Web Developers Should NOT Use WordPress

WordPress is a free piece of web software originally designed for making blogs, and now full websites. It is used on over 50 million websites which equates to around 5% of the top 10,000 sites.

As WordPress is relatively easy to set up and install it is frequently used by people wishing to set their personal website up themselves without using web developers, and for that it serves its purpose well.

But a business needs a responsive, reliable and secure website after-all your website is the first point of call for most potential customers. Your website reflects your business in the same way that you wouldn't use home printed business cards, a generic template site is unlikely to give the right impression.

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2014-01-11 02:21:49 | by: Jonathan Cutrell

Web Design 2014: What to Watch Out For...

Solutions to the Slicing Problem
Anyone who has been doing web design for longer than a few years has undoubtedly faced the problem of the gap between design and front-end development. Designers live in tools similar to Photoshop or Sketch, and developers live in their text editors.

This common workflow has seen many attempts at a solution, including things like SiteGrinder Dreamweaver, and more recently Adobe Muse. All of these solutions come with their problems, and haven’t been widely adopted. For the most part, front end developers have either stuck to their old ways, or designers are moving more into the browser to work, closing the gap. However, tools are emerging to close this gap even further. With tools like Macaw on the verge of being released, the path to an end of the painstaking gap between design and front end development is being shortened.

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2014-01-09 01:56:19 | by: The Smashing Editorial

Web Design Elements: Examples And Best Practices

This overview features a hand-picked and organized selection of the most useful and popular Smashing Magazine... » read more
2014-01-09 01:38:59 | by: Jonathan Hassell

Why Responsive Web Design Is Here to Stay

Most Web design trends are just that. But in an increasingly mobile world, with an increasingly diverse number of mobile devices, the principles of responsive Web design aren't going to go away. Here are three ways developers need to respond to the demands of responsive Web design... » read more

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