Web Design
March 29, 2016 /

Experts Weigh In: What Web Trends are Emerging in Higher Education?

In higher education, the web is the primary means of communication for our organizations and the first point of contact with prospective students, current students, alumni and faculty.

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Web Design
March 24, 2016 /

Hero Images – Do They Live Up to Their Name?

Hero images or hero sections impose limitations. That’s their main power. It’s simply impossible to convey more than one idea through a hero section. You can only ask the visitor to do one thing, or show them one thing. Trying to split your hero image in two would just look silly.

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Milestones
March 16, 2016 /

New Update: Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2015.2

We released an update today! Dreamweaver CC 2015.2 packs several enhancements to key creative workflows.

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Web Design
March 10, 2016 /

Is there a fold on the web?

Ah, the fold. Bane of many a UXers conversation with their teams and clients. Subject of satirical, tongue-in-cheek websites. Several actually. So what’s the deal? It’s 2016, is there a fold on the web?

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Web Design
March 3, 2016 /

Everything You Need to Know About Designing for eCommerce

The eCommerce world is a very particular environment to work in as a web designer. On one hand, you want your work to always look great, and to always deliver an optimized browsing experience to the visitors…

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Test & Inspect
February 25, 2016 /

Designing and Testing Web Content on Gaming Consoles and Devices

Handheld gaming devices like the Nintendo DS (and its variants) may not be the gaming platform of choice for most adults, but handheld gaming platforms are the gateway technology for kids.

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