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Back in 2015, an Ericsson study forecasted that by 2020 70 per cent of the world’s population will be smartphone users. Three years later, it appears the study’s findings still ring true, as 51 per cent of the total global internet traffic now comes from mobile devices. It may seem like a natural progression for users, but for designers, this further highlights the importance of embracing a mobile-first website design. And although there is an…

In the last few years, technology has evolved rapidly and so have various frameworks. Angular began with the AngularJS framework and within the last five years, it has taken a leap forward from Angular 1.0 to the current Angular 4.0. This development involved major changes in the final developed code size of the application, at the same time enhancing security, scalability, and performance. In this post, we’ll run through the basic difference between Angular 1.0…

One of the crucial factors in deciding the theme of your website is the content your website has. For example, if you run a photography website then the focus is more on the pictures but if your niche, like mine is poetry or financial news then photos are secondary as content rules this type of a website. The goal is to make your website stand out visually and aesthetically. A theme determines the look and…

Responsive is definitely the new way forward but with every new device comes challenges like resolutions, layouts, screens. And while we’re fairly sure you’ve found the tools that enable you to build these, we believe Google’s latest is a fantastic pre-building testing tool that you absolutely need! For all you web designers & developers, going responsive just got a whole lot easier. What is Resizer? Resizer is a superbly useful, highly intuitive & efficient tool…

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