Web Development

Home » Blog » Web Development
7 09, 2017

Follow Web Development Trends, and Create Them if You Can

By | September 7th, 2017|Web Development|0 Comments

Pretty much everyone wants to be cutting edge. This is as true of life in general and style in particular; and it is especially true of professional web development. Naturally, not everyone can anticipate trends before they happen, but the minimum standard for your web design company should entail staying [...]

3 06, 2017

Gamification and App Development

By | June 3rd, 2017|Web Development|0 Comments

On Friday, a blog post at the tutorial website Envato Tuts+ introduced readers to the concept of “gamification” in website and mobile app development. The concept itself is likely familiar to you, even though the term may not be. It refers to integrating achievements or milestones into an app development [...]

23 03, 2016

What Do Web Designers Think About You?

By | March 23rd, 2016|Web Development|0 Comments

Webydo recently published an article that summarized a variety of issues that might confront web designers to inject pain into the process of completing a project. We recognize that this sort of topic may not be particularly of interest to someone who is interested not in working for web designers [...]

10 03, 2016

Choosing Web Design Services is an Ongoing Process

By | March 10th, 2016|Web Development|0 Comments

An article recently came up in our newsfeed from the Jamaica Observer. It was titled “Choosing the right web designer for your new website.” And it occurred to us how remarkable it is that you don’t see more how-to articles on this exact topic. It’s a basic question that the [...]

23 02, 2016

How Web Design and Development has Changed!

By | February 23rd, 2016|Digital Trends, Online Marketing, Web Design, Web Development|0 Comments

Last week, Slate brought attention to a web-design project that ought to be interesting to anyone who is familiar with web design or has worked for a web design and development agency, especially if they’ve been in the game for a while. But not only that, it should also be [...]

9 01, 2016

Complex Knowledge Leads to Simple Web Design

By | January 9th, 2016|Web Design, Web Development|0 Comments

Last month, we called attention to one third-party website’s article about “responsive web design” and the fact that this will be a major buzzword for web design and development companies throughout the coming year. In so doing, we also urged you to take a look at the various other New [...]

23 11, 2015

Another Look at the Value of Industry Trends

By | November 23rd, 2015|Online Marketing, Web Design, Web Development|0 Comments

Our previous post at this blog explored one analyst’s take on trends to look for in ecommerce website design and development in the coming year. Now we’d like to bring your attention to a rather similar article at Entrepreneur.com. However, this one is notably different insofar as it looks back [...]

12 10, 2015

Ways to Give New Life to Web Design

By | October 12th, 2015|Digital Trends, Web Design, Web Development|0 Comments

An article at The Next Web asks the provocative question, “Is web design dead?” Of course, it quickly answers “No,” but the fact that the question even comes up in web design discussions is very telling. It tells us exactly what the article went on to explain in its own [...]

12 09, 2015

Competing with a Billion Websites

By | September 12th, 2015|Online Marketing, Web Development|0 Comments

According to Internet Live Stats, the number of active websites on the internet will be consistently in excess of one billion by 2017. It’s impossible to visualize such massive numbers, and it’s difficult to conceive of how this affects you personally, as compared with a situation in which there are [...]

28 08, 2015

While Other Web Marketing Blogs are Blowing Smoke…

By | August 28th, 2015|Online Marketing, Web Development|0 Comments

If you search the internet for articles related to web marketing, you’ll come up with a great many informational blog posts and newspaper columns addressing topics like “common marketing mistakes by e-commerce entrepreneurs” or “creative ways to use automated marketing.” The trouble with a lot of these articles is that [...]

Load More Posts