Today, more than half of the internet users worldwide use their smart phones and other mobile devices to look around the internet. It is this staggering increase in the number of mobile internet users, that now urges organizations to create a presence on mobile internet just like on the desktop internet world.
This brings us to a responsive website design, which is actually a website that is integrated with a system, which reacts to the size of the user’s screen. This way, a responsive design enhances the user experience of your website, by optimizing the website to preview perfectly on any mobile device.
Here are some benefits a website with a responsive design can get you!
Responsive design for a website is often used in the context of mobile users.
Given the fact that more and more users are using mobile devices such as their smartphones and tablets to access the web, both for browsing and otherwise, it is extremely important that website designs become responsive towards all devices and screen sizes.
Find more advantages, benefits and best practices of responsive design at the infographic and article link.
Facebook launched ten years ago in February 2004. Social media hasn't, doesn't and won't stay still. As Myspace rises, Friendster declines. The pattern's repeated itself a few times already, and even Google hasn't quite cracked the magic social network formula, at least not yet. The crown currently belongs to Facebook, a company that's made some big, big startup purchases on the way, although Twitter continues to pack (arguably) more influence. A whole lot has happened in the last decade, but we've tried to squeeze the more interesting parts into something a little more visual.
For those who haven’t received the memo yet, WordPress is still the de facto blogging platform despite the heavy influx of other incredible resourceful blogging platforms
WordPress can be over-caffeinated at times, and at other times it can be too subtle for the liking. But there is always enough room for us to spread our limbs and make changes on the fly, and that’s what the webmasters of the world have attempted and succeeded in. Owing to consistent self-reinventions, WordPress has managed to endure despite the huge herd of other content management systems strewing the market.
The Internet realm has witnessed a steady stream of bloggers in past few years. To some, their blog is nothing more than an outlet for their thoughts & opinions. And then there are people who represent a business or a brand and their blog forms an indispensable part of their online marketing strategy. For some, any watered down blogging platform would be good enough, however, if being known as a serious publisher is on your agenda, you might as well want to migrate to WordPress without wasting any time.
There are plenty of ways to stay informed in the interactive design space. Plugging in via Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Google+, Facebook, Youtube, or Instagram however can often lead to fruitless searches. If you’re looking for curated highlights and practical tools and tips, why not consider the humble newsletter?
We’ve put together ten top-notch newsletters that provide combinations of hands-on design suggestions, new approaches, and featured work from around the globe. Find the editorial mission that aligns with your design goals and get a regular dose of inspiration.
Before we even launched our public version, we recognized that a lot of content curators were also occasional or regular bloggers and started to offer ways to integrate with Wordpress - the leading blogging platform. Since then, we've seen a lot of our users leverage this integration as well as more and more of our Enterprise clients wanting to combine content curation through Scoop.it and the CMS capabilities of Wordpress for their sites. So we've multiplied the ways you could integrate with a Wordpress site or blog and here's a recap of how to make this work.
If every blog followed the 11 Essential Ingredients Every Blog Post Needs in this infographic, they would be much more successful. From opening with a bang to killer bullet points, this infographic uses intriguing words to increase the uniqueness of its message.
No numbers or data, but this well-designed infographic clearly walks the reads through a sequence of tips for blog post writing.
With the ever increasing craze of different gadgets like mobile phones, tablets we all know that the mobile internet usage has been skyrocketing and is anticipated to see a boom in the coming days. It is for this reason that clients are demanding designers to come up with designs that besides offering the best user-experience are highly responsive.
By responsive, we mean that the websites are not just designed keeping in mind computers and laptops instead provide the best user-experience to the one who is accessing the websites through mobiles and tablets.
A blog is one of the most important things to have for a business that tries using social media to increase brand awareness. Unfortunately, many know that now. The resulting sea of content that comes from blogs has made proper exposure more challenging than ever.
Visual content has always reigned supreme. Including nice images and graphics in your articles is always a plus. However, what do you do when you do not take pictures yourself or have no designing skills? You use a tool like Canva.