In today’s world, your website isn’t just mere online catalogue but an important element of your marketing strategy. Whenever individuals get to know about you, their first response is to look up your website. Hence, this can be just the perfect complementing tool for your other marketing media.
Take for example; you launched a Newspaper advertising campaign. While you would have given your contact details there, not everyone would be so interested to immediately call or mail you. Most people would want to know more about you, and telephone / mail can be limiting at times. That is when they would visit your website and extract all the information about you from there.
Google Earth is a wonderful application that allows its users to explore rich geographical content, and let them see satellite images. In addition to this, users can also see maps, landscapes and even 3D buildings.
Moreover, Google Earth also allows you to view satellite images from galaxies in outer space. With such a huge functionality, Google Earth has become quite popular as one can search the whole planet within seconds right from his bedroom. It does not require you to leave your comfort zone that is your comfortable room.
The present is almost mobile — as many as 85% of all American adults have cell phones and 45% of them have smartphones — and the future is certainly mobile. Thanks to iPhone, because soon after its release the trend of having a separate mobile website, based on the idea of creating a dedicated experience for on-the-go usage, found its birth.
Just when we thought we’ve got the ultimate mobile solution in separate mobile websites, we saw the arrival of a new concept on the heels of the future-friendly Web movement — responsive Web design. Coined by Ethan Marcotte on A List Apart, responsive design breaks away from creating a different website for each different platform or browser and embraces a one size fits all mantra. Many websites, such as those of Sony and Barack Obama's presidential campaign, have graciously adopted this water-like design.
If you've ever worked with design, you know the necessity of having a good set of vector images downloaded on your computer. Vector art can indeed come in handy when working on different types of design projects. Their main advantage is, obviously, that they can be resized to any size that you want while still retaining their original high quality. This is unique to vector images.
A lot of vector art is licensed, but I've done the hard work for you and collected 80 vector images, all of which can be used royalty-free. Feel free to look through the showcase, and if you find an image that you like - download it! If you like what I've put together, feel free to link to this page so that other people that need vector art can find it as well.
Here we have come up with an interesting and inspiring collection of smartphone photography for you. We have previously also posted some cool and amazing photographs related articles. People with smartphones in their hands are always ready to capture cool and amazing shots and since smartphones come with so much functionality that allow smartphone users to use their phones as camera, camcorder, audio player, organizer, in short, users can use their smartphones as mini laptop or PCs.
Smartphone cameras are so much improved that now you can take professional level photographs with them. This is the reason why smartphone photographs are of excellent quality. You can see in this collection that how photographers have taken extraordinary shots with smartphone camera. Such amazing shots are the combination of good technical equipment and photography skills.