During the process of designing a user interface, many factors are taken into consideration to ensure the best experience is being provided for the end-user. A useful design method for achieving a quality user experience is the utilization of repetition. Repetition is important, because it creates consistency and rhythm throughout your website or application. With consistency across design elements, the look, the feel, etc., patterns are formed.
This is the first issue of a series based on information security. Starting broadly, we’ll discuss points to bolster informational safety on the most basic levels and eventually work towards examples displaying developer level security procedures and practices.
Are you using forms to collect your visitors’ data, such as a list subscription, an event or a demo registration? Is that information an important part of your online business? If you answered yes to these questions, then chances are you would benefit immediately by optimizing your form, so it performs better at collecting individual data. A better conversion rate will lower your cost per conversion and directly impact your business’ bottom line.
The internet is more accessible than ever. Web users access it on the go and on a variety of devices. In response to this change in user behavior, responsive web design has become the new standard for web developers. This approach allows designers and developers alike to create a website that will be supported by all devices and screen sizes. As a screen size gets smaller or larger, a responsive website will scale up and down to adjust and fit accordingly, or display a new site entirely for different screen sizes.
You could read all that was published about the great improvements made to a complex system such as Drupal, yet remain in the dark as to how these changes actually affect your workflow, your resources and ultimately, your organization’s bottom line. In this article, we will go over the changes that Drupal 8 introduces, and see how these changes can ultimately convert into a quantifiable argument which you can sell to partners or even to yourself.
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In April 2015, Google announced a modification to its ranking algorithms that will effectively prioritize the web properties that support mobile devices over those that don’t. This means that if your website does not display properly on small devices, your ranking on the most popular search engine will suffer. However, if your web site or application does not already support mobile devices correctly, then Google’s ranking strategies should be the least of your concerns.