2015 seems to be the year of website design. In today’s modern world, there are many companies and startups launching brand new websites, and with good reason. Technology is changing, design trends are going and going, how websites are used is changing, and even social media and interacting with communities are changing and shaping how websites should look and function. Nowadays, redesigning websites is more than just aesthetics. With technology constantly changing and various problems need solving every day, redesigning and overhauling websites go much deeper than they look. Things such as the functionality, presentation, how they load, and how well they can be updated are all factors that prompt website redesigns on a daily basis.
Gaming is big business. Each year, billions of dollars change hands between developers, publishers and end users who consume interactive content on consoles, PCs, tablets and smartphones. Of all these platform types, mobile is seen as the area where the most growth will happen. As the world gets deeper into its love affair with iPhones, Androids and Windows Mobile devices, the demand for games on these platforms also surges.
Since User Experience (UX) is an important factor in your website’s search engine ranking, it then becomes largely tied to your business’ growth. As such, you should be able to provide your visitors with the best online experience to effectively convert them to leads and sales.
Despite coming from the fierce and wild bear family, pandas are undoubtedly among the cutest and cuddliest animals on the planet. They make people smile, even though they don’t have to make faces like a clown or do funny moves like Jim Carrey. To remind us of how these animals must be valued as any living creature should be, let’s get our wall decorated like canvas art prints with these awe-inspiring 25 Amazing Panda Digital Art Posters.
There’s something about smoke that is just so... cool. The way it moves through the air of its own volition, seemingly with a mind of its own. The way the light catches the particles, creating body transparent, translucent, and opaque. It could be argued that this is part of the appeal of cigarette smoking—the image of a person leaning against the wall, a cigarette slack between the first two fingers, with smoke trailing, wisping into nothingness.
With this hipster world’s affinity with bringing back en vogue quirky trends from decades past, neon art has recently become one of many items transported back from the 80s. Be it chic bars, stylish lofts, or shops, renditions of neon lights have become urban art-piece staples yet again.