The 5th of October, last year seemed to be a normal day in my life. I woke up in the morning, as usual and I turned on my computer to check my email but a title of an article on the Yahoo main page simply scared me…somehow it was expected but I never wanted it to happen. The title was short and concise: “Steve Jobs passed away.”
Steve Jobs has influenced our world and his influence is still present even if a year has passed since his death. Nowadays his image is used for both fair and unfair purposes, I am very angry when I receive various spam emails letting me know that, by following some online course I will become an efficient and charismatic leader as Steve Jobs. I think he is incomparable and we all have a lot to learn from him.
These days, we’re all trying to build websites quickly and easily, and developers are turning to open-source content management systems (CMS) to help them get the job done.
Multiple content management systems are floating around the web, and finding the right one has become extremely challenging. Without a clearly defined set of requirements, you might be tempted by fancy but ultimately useless functionality. What, then, should you keep in mind when facing the dilemma of choosing the perfect CMS for your business?
E-commerce is one of the major industries of the modern day business world. Be it an out-and-out e-commerce business or an offline business, every business uses e-commerce to build a customer base, add value, or achieve various other business purposes, thereby making e-commerce an indispensable part of modern-day business. In fact, successful businesses simply cannot ignore the e-commerce market (i.e., the internet).
Selling products online has become a trend in today’s world. Whether selling shoes and t-shirts or educational courseware and tutorials, today’s businesses make ample usage of the internet. Even the smallest vendor with creative ideas who enters the e-commerce world can attain success thanks to the internet.
Top visibility of your website/blog at any of the search engines is really valuable. Everyone is looking for the ways and tactics that can be used for increasing the visibility of their website at search engines. Process involved in making the rank of your blog/website better at search engines is known as Search engine optimization (SEO).
Good ranking of the website on search will reveal more customers on your forum resulting in earning of money. So, everybody is looking for the effective ways which can help to properly optimize their website according to top search engines.
“The real effectiveness of a website is backed with critical analysis!”
‘Website Requirement analysis‘ is a process that assists in analyzing challenges and opportunities with respect to the business model of the website. This task is accomplished by Web Analysts and the outcome is detailed documents, which plays pivotal role in laying the technology foundation, deployment, maintenance and upgrading of the portals and feature rich web applications.
The process may sound easy, but crafting a requirement analysis document is a task that needs exposure, experience, understanding of web-technologies and a dynamic mind to map needs of the business model into a functional solution. The end result of this process is detailed documents depicting all necessary requisites for deploying a web-platform. Some call these documents ‘SRS’ while some address these as ‘Scope of Work’. Knowing the importance of these document, through this article I am listing few essential elements/heads these documents should include to serve their purpose!
I don’t think I really have to go over the old saying about everyone having an opinion because we know everyone does. If we didn’t, clothing would be one style and one color and if my nephew had a choice, it would all be yellow.
Well, while we all shake off the thought of a world where everyone looks like a Dr. Seuss character, it just serves to remind us that diversity in looks are one of the wonderful things about our race and planet. Nature made a thousand different colors just for parrots. It’s a crazy world of differences.