eBay is a giant company whose users and buyers frequent it regularly due to its convenience, layout and functional user interface. Other than that, the UI is equally impressive with its minimalist style, clean layout, and intelligent platform. Continue reading “What UI lessons can we learn from eBay?”
Amazon pretty much looks the same way it did 10 years ago when it was originally launched, but have customers outgrown its look and style or consistency is really the key to an everlasting relationship with your users?
In this article, we’ll discover how Amazon has managed to pull off its consistent website design over the years, how its UI benefits users, and what lessons we can learn from Amazon’s own user interface. Continue reading “What UI lessons can we learn from Amazon?”
In honor of the recently-departed Nancy Reagan, I’d like to spotlight the one phrase that the former First Lady and Alzheimer’s activist is perhaps best known for:
Data crashes, low connectivity and inconsistent availability – these are most of the complaints you would hear from small business Facebook users. Seeing a 1-star rating on the app store alone is enough to say that Facebook can use some improvements on the app. Continue reading “What UI lessons can we learn from Facebook”
Google has such a simple platform that it’s impossible to get lost while using their products daily for your small business needs. Google’s system is smart, intuitive, and adaptive. Primarily its UI is user focused and Google made a smart move to put their team in a business owners position, to make the applications more useful for everyone. Continue reading “What UI lessons we can learn from Google Products”
When we talk about digital online businesses, we often think of marketing schemes, advertising stints, target market, and even pop-up ads online. What most budding entrepreneurs often overlook are the finer details of writing a financial report to support your small business sales and prove accountability over your business actions. Continue reading “Use cloud based accounting software to streamline your financial reporting”
While there are already many different apps taking over the market to help business owners improve their productivity in the workplace and towards customers, Google Apps may be the mother of them all. Google Apps such as Gmail, Hangouts, Calendar, and more are small apps that have big features for both small and large business owners.
Before 2010, many company sites were maximalist. The trend of the time was more, more, more – pre-loading animations, flashy graphics, realistic textures, drop shadows, etc.
The trends have changed – maximalist sites are now widely perceived as cluttered, tacky, and unprofessional. Most sites these days favor flat design instead. Continue reading “Flat Design: What Is It? And Is It Right for Your Company’s Website?”
Web developers are expected to know a lot of technologies and programming languages. In fact, the list of things to learn is never-ending because of how fast technology progresses. We are in an era of innovation, which means new products and new skills to learn. But there are some skills that all web developers should know regardless of rapid changes in tech. Some of the skills on the list are common sense and you should already know how to do them. If not, there’s no shame in admitting you don’t know how to do something. Simply work on those skills that you don’t possess or you’re weak at. Continue reading “5 Essential Skills Every Web Developer Should Know”
If you’re a small start-up with a limited budget, using a framework to develop your mobile applications could put a dent on your bank account. However, there are low-cost options available. In this post, we’ll take a look at a few of these tools. They’re not ranked by quality or popularity because they’re all great in their own way and offer important features that will help you develop your mobile app. Continue reading “Building Mobile Apps on a Budget”