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As mobile app usage continues to grow worldwide, the need to streamline development process is critical.  Mobile apps are becoming increasingly accessible via wearables, smart TVs, and vehicles. This has created products and services that didn’t exist 5 years ago. A quick look at stats uncovers these facts. According to Statista, in mid-2016 about 130 billion apps were downloaded from Apple App Store, and around 65 billion apps were downloaded from Google Play worldwide. Going…

Incepted in 2003, WordPress has indeed become the sought-after Content Management System (CMS). It is presently used by more than 75 million websites that are being used to publish millions of post. Being an open source blog publishing platform, WordPress has the capability to update and manage an affordable, dynamic and user-friendly website. Initially, the CMS was launched as a simple blogging software but now it has emerged as a full-fledged versatile tool. So, let’s…

“PHP is one of the most accessible and easiest Web programming languages available”, said Josh Lockhart who is a web developer and a well-known author at new Media Campaigns. PHP is the stand-out and famous web programming language amongst all other because of its characteristics. It allows building the easiest and the most complex websites and web apps, both! PHP is an open-source, secure and server-side scripting language. The ease of use feature of PHP…

We’ve come a long way in website design and improving UX. Part of that UX improvement has been to make locating content easier for the user which is where the search box comes in. The search box is probably the most used element on a website. This is especially true if you have a bunch of products or  files on your site. Even if you don’t have much content to sift through, the search box…

The dreaded 404. The dreaded 404 indicates that either a page a user was looking for was moved or redirected. Either way, something was broken and you now have a cheesed off user. How can you turn this bane into a boon for you? Explain yourself: There’s nothing more annoying to a user who’s hit a roadblock than throwing an error he just can’t understand like this one: Instead, explain the error in simple terms…

As a Web Designer, are you still stuck in an endless loop of sending screenshots with arrow markings back and forth with your clients? Move on to modern online collaboration tools, guaranteed to make edits, fixes and communication a LOT easier between you and your client! In this article, we’ll help identify tools that can minimise the effort it takes to coordinate, communicate & collaborate with your client but first, let’s answer the all important…

Testing is important before any launch – be it for a product, a website, a webpage, a TV show or even a game. Testing for a webpage allows you to find loopholes, to see if the goal of the page is achieved easily, to test if navigation is understood etc. If you’re a developer, you’ve probably done testing umpteen times in the past. However, despite the usual testing, you may find that conversions, registrations or…

I began my social media career 5 odd years ago at a digital media agency. 95% of my time was social media and 5% website updation. With so much effort into social media, I couldn’t for the life of me, understand why we even needed a website, forget the need to update it. After all, the social media did everything – product promotions, engagement, communicated vital information to customers and even had a LOT more…

Ctrl+F5, Chennai was a vibrant & inspiring start to the Web Design & Development Summit series this year, and we’re glad to keep the momentum going for 2017! Chennai warmly welcomed us with 92 attendees at the venue. Registrations began at around 10 AM and our attendees got a taster to the day’s proceedings over breakfast. Here’s my breakdown of each speaker session to see what went down at our 3rd web professional summit down…

It’s soon going to be a year since we kickstarted our web designer/developer summit. The intent of our initiative was to help web professionals collaborate, network and share knowledge. We targeted 4 cities in 2016 – Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai and finally, Hyderabad. Owing to the positive response from our fellow web professionals we are aiming to up those numbers this year by covering a wider range of cities, so hold on tight! This year we…