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For anyone that uses Yahoo, you may or may not have noticed something different every day you went to check your email or read the news. Yahoo has decided to change their logo, but unlike most companies or organizations, it … Continue reading
Another interesting tidbit of mobile goodness. This time, it involves China. The most populated country in the world has not only recently hit the roadways in full force with new cars, but also the internet as well. But it’s the … Continue reading
One of the top requests we get as a website builder and SEO consultant is ‘make sure I’m at the top of Google!’ And while you can optimize a website to make it the most SEO-friendly, it’s still not an … Continue reading
The first website went online on April 30th, 1993. Relatively few people were probably privileged enough to even see such a thing, much less have a way to get to it. Many of the websites that came a short period … Continue reading
In this day and age, one does not simply create a website. They have to create a website to work with a plethora of different devices. One feature that hasn’t been discussed a lot is how websites will respond on … Continue reading
Usability is something that all designers and developers, no matter their background, should strive for with their product. Sometimes the simplest looking designs end up being the best at accomplishing that task. Here’s a perfect example: www.gov.uk Yes, it’s a … Continue reading
The browser you’re using right now is running one of a few different rendering engines. Internet Explorer uses Trident, Firefox uses Gecko, and the majority of other browsers use Webkit. You’ll find Webkit in Safari, Chrome, and the default browsers … Continue reading
I have NO IDEA where THIS Harlem Shake came from, who started it, or why, but it’s everywhere. The “Harlem Shake” I know was an actual dance performed by Diddy (a.k.a. P. Diddy, Puff Daddy, Sean Puffy Combs (I think … Continue reading