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How to Design for Specific Audience

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Share Image credit One look at any of these 20 examples of bad design would lead you to believe that good web design isn’t as ubiquitous as it’s meant to be. With 2014 fast giving way to another year, you’d … Continue reading

Cutting-costs in Underwater Photography

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ShareUnderwater Photography can be fascinating, and a very expensive affair as well. For enthusiasts, few articles talk about how one can reduce costs when dabbling in an activity as rewarding (and at times, frustrating!) as photographing under water. Most will … Continue reading

Make your business cards more interesting

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ShareIn a world saturated with cheap online business cards, how can you make yours more interesting? Add a touch of colour to the edges. By simply adding a coloured edge to your business card, you can turn the ordinary into … Continue reading

Why should web designers opt for Reseller Hosting?

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ShareIf you run a web design company of your own or you are a freelance web designer with handful of regular customers, chances are you might be aware of what Reseller Hosting is and how it can add to growth … Continue reading

Make Your Mood with 40 Bright Facebook Layouts

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Share Once upon a time there was a kingdom. The sun was shining all along. And the inhabitants of that kingdom never saw not only snow, but even cold rain. It was a gorgeous country and an ideal place for … Continue reading

Responsive Vs Adaptive Web Design – What’s the Difference?

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ShareResponsive vs adaptive- it’s a frequent point of confusion that most of the people encounter whenever exposed with web designing concepts and terminologies. Most of the people use both of the terms interchangeably, despite of the fact that they are … Continue reading

10 Website Design Mistakes That Designers Ignore (But Shouldn’t)

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ShareFor most people, the first contact they have with a brand and its products and services is through a website. This is the reason why every business needs a well-designed, conversion-friendly site. Such sites can help them stand out from … Continue reading

Best WordPress functions – To Start WordPress Theme Development

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ShareWordPress themes come in default and are also developed with new implementations. Before using these themes one must know everything about WordPress functions that go on to develop the themes. There are a wide range of functionalities that need to … Continue reading

Top50 Most Attractive CMS Themes

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Share Top rated themes are selected to make your search for a perfect template for your website even more comfortable and effortless. Instead of spending hours of surfing the Internet and checking out numerous websites, it’s more practical to have … Continue reading

Infographic: Twitter Bootstrap – A Futuristic Framework for the Dictates of the Present

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ShareMark Otto (@mdo) and Jacob Thornton (@fat) released Twitter Bootstrap to the world in August 2011, since then this powerful framework has been creating waves in the web development arena. With provision for a high level of customization and interactivity … Continue reading