Loading speed has always remained a major concern of every website owner. Irrespective of how beautiful and functional your website is, if you haven’t paid attention to its loading speed, you’re probably going to miss out on potential consumers. WordPress users reading this post are in luck today because here I’ll be offering 10 proven WordPress speed optimization tips that have made it simple to boost a WordPress website’s speed by a great level.
So, be ready to embrace these 10 tips for optimizing your WordPress website’s speed.
Another great year passed away, and it won’t be over saying that the year 2013 introduced a lot of innovations and advancements in the web design industry! Starting from flat colors, responsive design, app style interfaces, UX centered designs to the unification of the desktop and mobile devices into a single version, there were lots of web design trends spotted last year.
With the farewell of 2013, 2014 has already started knocking the doors of designers. So, it is again time for web designers to sharpen their designing skills for the coming years! With the proliferation of mobile devices and ever transforming designing technologies, it has become critical for the designers know about the possible designing trends in the year 2014.
With this thought in mind, today we’re going to take a sneak-peak of top 5 website design trends in the year 2014. So, without wasting time, let’s start exploring what website designing trends are coming!
Get inspired by these 8 brilliant landing page examples.
Learning how to put together an A+ landing page is tricky.
There are so many elements that a top-notch landing page needs, and making those elements the "best" they can be often depends on what your landing page goals are.
Take form length for example. It's just one of the many components you need to optimize, but best practices will tell you that both short and long forms perform well -- it all depends on whether you want to generate a lot of overall form submissions, or a smaller number of quality submissions.
IN 2014 THE FOUR ELEMENTS OF GRAPHIC DESIGN, UX, COPYWRITING AND CODING SEEM TO HAVE ALL ALIGNED HARMONIOUSLY TO CREATE BETTER WEBSITES AS A STANDARD.
Programing and graphic design are no longer competing, they’re collaborating. Text and visuals are no longer fighting for individual attention. They’re having a steamy affair instead.
This article features 14 web design trends that are making websites beautiful and functional in every way.
Simplicity should always be one of your primary concerns when it comes to developing an effective and efficient shopping cart for your website. With that being said, there are a number of different elements that should be viewed as top priorities when creating the basic foundation of this particular tool. As long as you focus on including these four elements within your overall design, your shopping cart will be off to a great start. Remember that one of the primary reasons that potential customers abandon their carts is a cumbersome multi-step checkout process, with a frustrating amount of bells and whistles. These are people who want to give you money, so why not make it easy for them?
With growing numbers of businesses taking their products and services to the web, offering greater reach and accessibility of their wares to their existing and potential clients, we as web designers need to be ready to deliver on their e-commerce web wants and needs. Across the Web we see numerous examples of both ends of this spectrum, e-commerce websites done extremely well and, unfortunately, some extremely poorly.
Other browser makers are unmoved by file-size advantages of the image format, but Google is pressing ahead. And it's saving terabytes of network usage a day on its own sites.
The better performance new libwebp 0.4.0 is part of Google's general effort to speed up the Web, and the new software also uses less memory and fixes an issue that had blocked Google from supporting animated WebP images. The updated WebP support is built into the version of Chromethat's currently in beta.
Have you ever done a Google search?
Silly question, of course you have! Picture this scene for a moment -- you type in your search term, Google spits back a gazillion results for you, you sift through the first page or two of results, and if you don't find what you’re looking for, you'll probably try changing up your search terms and go again.