When you’re developing a website, the last thing you need is a security breach to compromise everything you’ve worked on. You probably take measures to keep your process safe from any malicious hackers. Unfortunately, there is another way in.
Web designing can be interesting yet tricky for newbies and shockingly some professionals. Have you ever wondered why some webpages feel homey, looks simple yet appealing? Such webpages deliver more than others with complex and artistic designs. The secret? Well, those exotic webpages have certain errors; while developers of others pages go overboard with many page elements (more on this later).
So, what exactly is Bootstrap and what is all the hype about?
Nowadays a web developer who hasn’t touched or worked with Bootstrap is not really a web developer. At some point in your front-end programmers career mastering HTML & CSS you found yourself stranded – your website does not look good on other devices. You turned on the smartphone while going to get some coffee and you went to visit your website. Conclusion – bad user experience, your website looks like a bad picasso painting and at this point in your career as a web developer you hear a word “responsive”.
The world of entrepreneurship comes with its own set of perks that need to be worked out per time. From searching out then paying for an affordable space to allocating funds from your capital to various aspects that need them – the list is endless. The question of how employees get paid per specific periods of time is one many owners still find difficult to answer. This is especially true for upstarting owners who are still trying to establish themselves in the various industries.
At this stage, maximizing their income holds the top priority. In situations where they are stretched to the extreme limits, they resort to the next most popular thing – to hire freelancers.
Although the ideas underlying the concept of minimalism have been around for quite a while, the application of minimalism to more sectors than one is quite fresh. Overtime, various professionals have come to discover a kind of beauty and serenity of being reserved and minimalistic that was previously unnoticed. These features are observed in intricate works and visual concepts- and in simpler ones too.
Videos are quickly becoming the cherry on top of a perfectly designed, mobile-friendly, responsive, easy-to-navigate, and beautiful business website. In years past, it was good enough to simply have a URL with your basic business information—address, hours of operation, a contact email, and maybe some testimonials.
But as video continues to take over everyday web browsing—by 2019, an incredible 80 percent of all consumer internet traffic will be video traffic—all kinds of websites are recognizing how important this visual medium is in keeping visitors engaged, amused, and coming back for more.