The control which designers know in the print medium and often desire in the web medium is simply a function of the limitation of the printed page. We should embrace that the web doesn’t have the same constraints and design for this flexibility.
Google Chrome is the most widely used browser with 64.5% browser market shares worldwide, followed by Safari and Mozilla Firefox. Chrome is also the primary choice for the majority of developers because of its extensibility, which makes it one of the best features.
CSS is one of the fundamental pillars in web development and design. While CSS started as something that can change the style of a web page, every CSS specification iteration now brings more to the table, precisely when it comes to cross browser compatibility.
The pandemic of 2019-2020 made us all lazy. With no option but to sit at home, 35.82% of us gained weight in that phase, thanks to our laziness. Fortunately, that phase gives us an excellent chance to understand a somewhat similar concept in web development.
In the current world scenario, where websites have become an essential part of any business, you want yours to stand out. While every website is different in its way, what remains unchanged is designing, developing, and launching it successfully.
Being web developers, we are hardly satisfied by the dimensions of our elements on the web page. What if I could increase that image width to 30px more? Or maybe 20%?
Have you ever wondered why someone likes one website more than the other when they accomplish the same end goal? Website designs have a lot to do when it comes to incline a user and imprint the website in a user’s mind.
This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on Mobile Testing Tutorial. Mobile has changed the way the world works. It touches every aspect of life. For most people the first thing they look at when they wake up the mobile screen and the last … Continue reading Mobile-First Web Design: Why You Should Make It A Priority In 2021?
It is no secret that the website is the backbone of every business. If you want your business to be successful in this COVID-19 era, you’ve got to have a well-designed website.
With technology changing every day, it is no surprise that everything that relies on it is also moving fast. Web development is no exception. With constant updates and new trends, web designers are frequently scrambling just to keep up.