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11
Mar

Mobile UX Optimization – Top 4 Tips to Learn for Better User Experiences!!

Posted by Manoj Tiwari

Mobile UX Optimization.

The mobile landscape is quickly spanning its roots worldwide. As per the statistics from two separate Gartner’s reports, smartphones sales crossed a billion mark in 2013 alone and mobile is on the verge of becoming a 20.6 billion dollar market by 2015. In fact, mobile commerce precisely m-commerce, has become a completely different domain as most of the E commerce websites claim more than 60% of their traffic via mobile.
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24
Jan

Responsive Website Designing – Tools & Tricks to Make Websites Device Friendly

Posted by Sandeep Sharma

Responsive-Website-Designing-----Tools-&-Tricks-to-Make-Websites-Device-FriendlyWith exponential germination of newer devices, varied platforms and latest desktop and mobile-specific browsers, it has become indispensable for every business owner to ensure their websites render perfectly irrespective of the device being used by the audience. With mobile browsing gaining hype everywhere, it is imperative to mould the website structure in a way that it delivers all the important information, products and news easily and effectively.
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25
Sep

Multi-Device Sites – Game Changer for the Businesses

Posted by Sandeep Sharma

Multi-Device-Sites---Game-Changer-for-the-Businesses- Nowadays, people are connected online almost 24/7. There is no doubt that the smartphones have significantly changed the way people communicate with each other and obtain the desired information by accessing the internet. However, the changes are not limited to the mobile usage only. They are also extended  to the multi-device web access. Today, there are various kinds of devices through which the people can access the web such as the laptops, tablets, mobile devices and PCs of different screen sizes.   The users jump or move from one device to another to execute a single task. Some of them take a picture through a smartphone or gather the desired information on a tablet and carry out shopping on a PC or laptop.


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02
Jun

Improving UX through Front-End Performance

Posted by Sandeep Sharma

Here you are at the grocery store. You’re waiting for your turn at the cashier. Suddenly, you have an idea. You take out your phone, and want to do one quick thing; check your e-mail, look at your to-do list, check your Facebook or twitter account – and you only have the few seconds to accomplish this one thing.

From a web designer’s point of view, this is how long you have to interact with a user.

You have to design your processes, so they can be completed in just a few seconds. So factors like page load time, search time, or click through time can significantly affect your user’s experience, and slowdowns of even a half a second can decrease your traffic and ultimately, your revenue. Users expect pages to load within a couple of seconds, and each additional second after that decreases your traffic.
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30
Apr

Crucial Design Considerations You Mustn’t Forget

Posted by Sandeep Sharma

Crucial Design Considerations You Mustn't ForgetRecommended best practices for website design changes every year, and while, some of these changes may be purely visual, there are several significant changes that affect a website’s full potential. In the past, web design dictated that sites be created with numerous pages. While this is still possible and even recommended for some sites, it is not a defining requirement. There are wonderfully designed websites of just one page, or at the very most, three to five pages. This doesn’t mean these website have little to no content. To the contrary the content sits on these few pages, and can be accessed by scrolling. A process that was a definite ‘no-no’ even a few years ago. Today, for many users, it is easier to swipe at a screen (as in a tablet, or smartphone), or to scroll down, than it is to click on a page link.
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18
Apr

Requirements Analysis – a Critical First Step in Web Site Design

Posted by Sandeep Sharma

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Whether it’s a brand new website design or an existing website restructuring process, requirement analysis is a critical first step. It implies to website designer, web consultant or a business owner and true for web design as well mobile application design.

Instead of running directly to any creative web design agency or your in-house team of web designers and start designing process immediately, a brief discussion and requirement analysis is evident. If you are going for a website redesigning it is very important that you do some research, take user feedback, analyse google analytics for user behavior note down different findings, it will help you with a search engine optimization friendly web design.
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18
Mar

Take Your Web Design Capabilities to the Next Level with Firebug

Posted by Sandeep Sharma

You’re only as good as your last website design – while it is not imposed, this should be the mantra all web designers should live by. In order to constantly elevate your web design skills, you need to look around, check out masterfully crafted websites and attempt to equal these sites if not outdo them.

One way of doing this is to use tools and one of these highly useful tools is the browser extension called Firebug. At the very basic, Firebug allows you to view how the HTML components of a specific webpage work as well as enable you to try and see how your site will look like using a particular design without modifying the underlying codes.

Firebug packs a lot of features which can benefit web designers. Here are some of them.
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02
Mar

Ways to Minimize Bounce Rate of Your Website

Posted by Sandeep Sharma

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Typically, a high bounce rate means bad news for a lot of marketers. A high bounce rate is usually equated with low engagement and thus, non-conversion. Marketing logic dictates that you want your visitors to stay longer on your website, browse through different pages, really digest your content and ultimately, respond to your call to action.

While the factors that affect bounce rate differ site from site, outlined here are a few tips which you can implement to bring down your site’s bounce rate to the minimum. Again, this is not to claim that all these tips will work magic on your site. This is just a simple guideline and it is still up to you to examine your analytics data and drill down on the real source of your site’s skyrocketing bounce rate.
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