According to Global Web Index,the smaller and more specialized platforms are growing at the quickest rates, with Pinterest (+97%) and Tumblr (+94%) recording by far the biggest and most impressive increases.
We may not be psychologically ready for the new year yet, but it’s time to take a look at the prevailing web trends for 2015.
Many of you want to know the hard results. The statistical results. “Just the facts, ma’am” as Joe Friday (Jack Webb) said in Dragnet. But before that, there’s this.
This blog is about the soft results, some of the things that have happened to me in the last 30 days and some of what I've learned.
First, let’s start with you. Most, but certainly not all, web projects that extend beyond the agreed upon timetable, go the distance because of client distractions.
The Who’s song, Going Mobile, is about the freedom we have to go anywhere and escape anything with automobiles and mobile homes.
Here’s what we believe a microsite is. It must have a separate URL. There must be a primary website associated to the microsite, if there isn’t then the microsite graduates to website status.
Now, every good web design company does some sort of discovery as part of their 5-D process.
But what’s intriguing to me about the footer is it’s the devil’s playground, a den of thieves, the underworld of a website’s underbelly.
Although the Above the Fold myth has been questioned over the past eight years, we still get asked today about whether or not it’s a good idea to put content below the fold.