When designing the architecture and navigational structure of a web site, a sitemap can be extremely helpful. A sitemap can keep the navigation links organized by category, predict how any dynamic links will function, and keep the framework under control. Web developers are not the only parties involved in the process who can benefit from a well-structured sitemap. Many search engines, including Googlebot, can crawl through an XML file that contains the sitemap data to crawl and index the site’s content.
We’re going to begin to wrap up our tutorial on creating a responsive website this week by creating a secondary services page to feature the necessary, and important, content of our site. Keeping a sites layout visually appealing is a crucial aspect of keeping a visitor on your site. Having a simple box filled with verbiage running from left to right is not very inviting, nor aesthetically pleasing. When displayed like that, the sheer amount of text could be enough to cause your visitor to quickly back up and off your site. That’s why we’re going to break our text up and display it a little more creatively on our larger format.
A business logo is like an identity of a business. And when it comes to an online business, first impression is the last impression. It is a business logo design that represents the online business and its objectives to visitors. Hence, it should be taken seriously. More often than not, it is observed that people tend to have a careless attitude towards logo design. They spend all their efforts and skills to make a website prim and proper. But what they fail to realize is that business logo is equally important and affects a business’ performance and success to a great extent.
For many web designers and developers, Firefox is unsurpassable. For others, Firefox eats Chrome’s dust.For the past two years, since Google Chrome’s release, there’s been a raging debate on which browser is superior. Mozilla’s open source product has stood the test of time and Firefox has quickly become the second most used browser after Microsoft’s Internet Explorer.
We often look at application design and website design as two different, if related, fields.The lines blur a bit with web apps (which are technically both apps and websites), but we still tend to try to compartmentalize them. Even designers who work on both kinds of designs often view them as separate things.But there are a lot of lessons that app designers and web designers can teach each other.