While it may still take 14+ hours for someone to fly from New York City to Japan, the world has certainly gotten smaller when considering how quickly you can actually plan and book the trip itself. From the flight to your accommodations, tours to days at a spa, the Internet has made the hospitality industry that much more hospitable as it relates to convenience.
In the gig economy of today, marketing yourself as a freelance writer, designer, photographer, or any other sort of creative is not only vital for success, but necessary for securing consistent work.
Designing for a millennial audience is a tricky affair. As I discussed in a previous post, their a temperamental audience that has no time for experiences the load slowly, want to know exactly what they should be focusing on, and want to feel special. As a companion piece to our guide to designing for millennials, we’ve put together this list of new items that work well for the demographic that was virtually born on the internet. Take a look.
Longtime users of WordPress will notice a change when version 5.0 is released. With the introduction of the new Gutenberg editor, the experience of adding and editing content is going to look quite different than before.
If you’re hoping to see more “Sold” signs in your real estate business, then one of the first things you’ll need to do is spruce up your website.
While having a top-notch website is important for just about everyone, there are certain industries where it can make an even greater impact. The food and dining industry has to be among them. Let’s take a moment and think about just how important a restaurant’s website can be to its success.
Visual Studio Code is one of the newest kids on the IDE “block” and it’s making a lot of noise. It’s taken a little while to gain traction, perhaps because it’s one of Microsoft’s few open source products, but it’s taken the open source community by storm. Developers who once swore their allegiance to Sublime Text 3 and Atom are slowly being converted by the power and simplicity of VS Code–not to mention its incredible library of extensions.
Like with every other major service-based profession, Medical professionals rely firstly on being found, in order to deliver value and provide their service.
Users aren’t the only ones who hate pop-ups – Google does too, especially on mobile devices. If you’ve ever opened a site on your phone and tried to close a pop-up that just won’t go away, you’ll know what I’m talking about.
Looking back at the history of web design is a great reminder of how far we’ve come. When we take a trip down memory lane, we often think of the trends that shaped an era. But it’s also important explore the role various tools have played in helping those trends expand and evolve.
Millennials are an elusive audience that every brand is courting, and every other generation has got something to say about.
No matter what industry you’re in, having a portfolio website is going to help you get hired. Building an online presence lets you showcase what you’ve worked on, what you’re capable of and provides contact information for people to get in touch with you.
Are you a business owner wanting to take control of your website or web app? A web designer or developer looking to maximize productivity? A theme author interested in creating a popular product range? Or are you a web agency keen on stamping your unique brand on your work?
If a company doesn’t have a website, does it really exist?