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14
Feb

Web Design Niching: Bane or Boon?

Posted by Sandeep Sharma

Good news for all web developers and web designers out there. According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook published by the US Department of Labor, the demand for web development, web design and other online marketing experts will continue to surge until 2020 making it one of the fastest growing employment sectors. This is primarily attributed to the foreseen growth in ecommerce. Given this industry boom, there still one question that has been beleaguering a number of website designers: should you be a “jack of all trades” designer or should you go the route of a highly specialized website design company?

Clearly, there are benefits to both but here, the discussion will zoom in on the advantages niching can bring to a designer of a web design agency and how you can carve your own place in this extremely competitive industry.
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28
Jan

Landing Page Optimization – 5 Mistakes You Must Avoid

Posted by Sandeep Sharma

With thousands of websites competing for attention, getting traffic to your site is clearly not child’s play. Once you get traffic, it’s a shame that you’ll just let it go to waste just because your landing page design is sloppy and not made to fulfill its role. Here are five landing page design flaws that you should stir away from.

Mistake #1: Terribly Written Headline

Without a good headline, you are like catching a fish without a hook or bait. Once a visitor arrives on your landing page, you literally have seconds to convince them to stay. In fact, an arresting headline can be the single most powerful tool of conversion optimization. A good headline should capture the visitor’s emotion. It should be concise and direct to the point and at the same time, should be creatively written in order to engage visitors. It’s best practice to perform split testing on several headline variations before launching your landing page.
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14
Jan

The 10 Advantages of Using WordPress for Developing Business Website

Posted by Manoj Tiwari

Using WordPress for Developing Business Website

Blogging platforms have come and gone, but not WordPress. Since its inception in 2003, it has gone from a simple and ubiquitous blogging site to a preferred and preeminent open source web development platform. It’s the most widely used content management system and according to Yoast, accounts for 20-25% of all new websites.

From topnotch publications such as The New York Times and CNN, music icons such as Jay-Z and Katy Perry, to Fortune 500 companies such as UPS and eBay, WordPress designing and development has been sought after.
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17
Dec

Top Website Designing Trends for 2013

Posted by Sandeep Sharma

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Web designing, just like fashion, is an ever-evolving discipline – one day you’re the most visually appealing website and the next day, you’re not. Just like in fashion, web designers are crazy about trends.

So, as the world bids goodbye to 2012, here are the top web design trends you can expect in 2013.

Responsive Web Design

Internet users are now going online using different devices with varying display resolutions. It would be impractical and cost-inefficient for you to design different sites to accommodate all screen sizes and gadgets. The solution: responsive web design.
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08
Aug

Get Started With Responsive Web Design

Posted by Sandeep Sharma

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The technology is progressing ahead at huge pace, and almost every month various new electronic gadgets get launched in the international market, and one of those gadgets is a smartphone. In-fact smartphone is one of the most ‘in-demand’ products, as it provides the user with a flexibility to use high speed internet on the go and stay in touch with his family and friends via email and other mobile applications such as whatsapp, and also let him browse through websites that are useful to him. However, for web designers it is one of the difficult tasks to cope up with as every other mobile phone, computer and laptop has different screen size, which makes it difficult for him to design a compatible website. This is where the need for ‘Responsive Web Design’ comes.
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