If you’re looking to build a website for your business, you’ll find that there are a dizzying array of options to choose from. Tools and services range from free to moderately-priced and require anywhere from minimal to expert skill levels. Finding the right one for you isn’t always easy.
It’s almost October, and you know what that means? The countdown is on until there’s tinsel everywhere and Mariah Carey’s All I Want for Christmas is on endless repeat. But if you’re a retailer with an online store, the holiday onslaught means something completely different: you’re about to enter the most profitable – and busiest – time of the year.
It’s hard to imagine what the internet would look like without menus. They make websites navigable and if they didn’t exist, we’d probably never find what we’re looking for.
Anyone who’s been bitten by “the travel bug” knows the power of its bite. Just one trip, one excursion, one taste of a new cuisine and culture can change your perspective and alter your life course. There’s something about exploring new terrain and venturing off the beaten path that awakens your senses like few other things can. The desire to see new parts of the world and collect new experiences runs deep. Once you’ve caught the bug, it never really leaves you; rather, it shapes you.
There’s much that’s universal about design across disciplines and applications. Web designers, industrial designers, UX designers, and others operate from some of the same principles.
Each month, our Made With ThemeKeeper event invites customers to share what they’ve created using content from across ThemeKeeper. Whether it’s video, website, audio, or graphic related, we love seeing, hearing, and celebrating all the creative projects customers have been producing.
‘Generative art’ is a term for graphic designs that are created with the use of an autonomous system. Using programs such as Cinema 4D, artists use algorithms and equations to create artwork that’s unique and slightly futuristic in style.
These days, 51% of Americans prefer to shop online rather than in stores, a figure that jumps to 67% for Millennials and 56% for Gen-Xers. Yet, research shows 46% of small businesses don’t have a website.
The design industry has progressed at a remarkable rate over the last 15 years.
Cyberpunk is a word you might have heard thrown around and, while you might not necessarily know what it refers to, you’re probably more familiar with it than you realize.
The world is making a shift to digital news and reading, and with it developers are getting more and more creative. There a number of WordPress magazine and newspaper themes available that are ready for your magazine-style site.