I know that finding just the right app for work isn’t easy. Everyone have different needs and funds. There’s also this “enemy of the state” – time. To really look for and test different tools, you need time. Because I know this pain all too well, I’ve decided to share some apps we’re using with Agata. It’s a setup we have as a freelancers and a small team of two.
The reality where people use their mobile devices to browse the internet as much as they use their desktops, is no longer the future. It’s our present. This is why user experience and ease of use of our website should be as good on mobile devices as on desktops. Here are a few tips.
Did you know, that smartphone’s keyboard layout adapts to the field type in the contact form? The difference is also visible in desktop browser when the fields are validated. But I think, that you will realise how important it is to choose the right field type, while filling a form on a mobile phone.
Google Maps is one of the most popular services that users use to find how to get from point A to point B. Many of them also have an app installed on the phone.
If you have company address on a website, it’s a good idea to add directions. Ideally as a link where user can click once, because no one have time to search, copy, paste.
I’ve already wrote about when it’s the best to have a template based website. Now it’s time to talk about the one that’s custom designed. So when it’s the best solution? Read on to find out.
Today we have the whole world in our pocket. Our friends, memories, money. We have access to everything at any time. All we need to do is to use our smartphone. Everything important to us that is immaterial we store on very much material devices.
Before I dive into the superlatives of template based website, I will define what exactly good website means. Just so we know exactly where we stand.
and why content blocking popups are pure evil.
If I had a penny for every negative thought each time things pop up in my face I would be a rich person.
I actually don’t believe I’m writing this. Nowadays responsive web design is a standard.
In the web design world one year is like a hundred years for humanity. Things are evolving really quickly and you have to be up to date, otherwise you will be left behind. But there are still people who think that responsive web design is an extra feature and not a standard. Something that’s nice to have but not exactly necessary.
If you are reading this, you probably got stuck while writing content for your website.
If writing is not something that comes easy and effortless to you, but you still need to come up with something, this post should put you on the right track.
WordPress is a great CMS for all kinds of websites – not only blogs. But because it was created with blogging in mind, it’s missing few features that good CMS should have. Luckily there are plugins that we can use for that.
A good image that you can use on a website is priceless. But what when you are on a budget, or simply the amount of photos you need far exceeds what you can spend. When you are a small business owner or an amateur blogger, it’s not always in your best interest to pay a lot of money for a photograph. Especially when you need lots of photos – which is the case most of the time.