Call to Action Buttons: A Survey of Best Practices

Call-to-Action buttons play a pivotal role in soliciting action from the user. To garner the requested action, buttons are placed on the website that allow the user to perform an action, such as buying something, or leading to another page for more information. Careful planning is necessary in the creation of your call to action, … Continue Reading

4 Great Question and Answer Networks Analyzed

Question and Answer networks are becoming increasing more popular, not only for people seeking answer, but more so for the people seeking to provide answers. Answering questions on these sites allow individuals to demonstrate their authority on a particular topic and promote themselves, their company, and their products or services in the right setting. The … Continue Reading

The Elements of Design in Modern Web Design

The elements of design are pivotal in creating an eye-catching, harmonious design that speaks to your audience and shouldn’t be overlooked. They are the fundamental elements of design which can be called upon when you reach a tough part of the design process. Becoming familiar with these elements means you have the knowledge to make … Continue Reading

Why Images Are Important for Blog Posts and Content

Remember how much you would have rather read a book with lots of pictures versus one with only text when you were a kid? The same applies, even now. A picture speaks a thousand words, and when it comes to your content, that cannot be truer if your image is relevant. Images add richness to … Continue Reading

Science of a Good Headline

Creating the title is the hardest and most agonizing part of the writing process. Whether you are writing a novel, a news article, an advertisement, a blog, or an e-book. How do you cram the whole content of the book or article into a few words? How do you keep viewers interested enough to look … Continue Reading

Injecting Personality in Your Web Designs

If you want your websites to stand out from a sea of competitors, the easiest way to accomplish this is to give it a little personality. As web designers, we have the capability to tap into this human trait through well-conceived designs that forge an emotional connection with the visitor. How is this attribute achieved? … Continue Reading

Personal Networking Sites: Path, Fridge, and Google+

So you have your Twitter and Facebook, why do you need to join a private/personal social network? Ask yourself first if you’re really connecting to the people close to you, like your family and close friends, not just an acquaintance or a friend of a friend. Path, Fridge, and Google+ seem to have found a … Continue Reading

How to Author a Super Accessible Website

Helen Keller, the deaf-blind and renowned American author and lecturer, who became world-famous for her passion towards preaching the importance of living a good life, conveyed an important message to the world through her life by overcoming the odds of sight and hearing deprivation. Hers was truly an outstanding case of determination and confidence. There are … Continue Reading