Getting into web design is a series of learning, practicing and trail-and-error experimentation that takes time and dedication.
Many aspiring developers need to not only go through the basics of making a new website page, but also learn the upcoming technologies powering the web. This is because the fast paced market always brings out more and more iterations of current generation’s technology and following them is crucial.
YouTube is one of the most popular video sharing website. It is very easy to create a YouTube channel and post videos. In this blog post, I am going to share the top 5 tips to grow your YouTube channel.
You can very easily market your brand and earn revenue from your videos on YouTube. But you need to create a consistent brand experience across your YouTube channel and your website.
We are well and truly in the technical era – every man and their dog has a website, and if you have a business without some sort of online presence, then you are setting yourself up for failure.
Partly thanks to this advanced technical era, consumers are getting smarter and expectations are growing. No longer is it acceptable to simply have a webpage with information and expect the consumer to do all the work. Unless you are able to personalize the content in some way, then there is a very high chance that the consumer will get bored or be uninspired and go somewhere else.
There was a time, long gone by, when having a desktop website was enough to increase brand awareness, drive product/services visibility, generate revenue and enhance profitability.
Having a website was the ‘in’ thing and every business wanted to create the kind of website setup that not only looked good (many businesses actually made this the key parameter determining success) but also brought in the moolah. A business without a website was called ANCIENT.
You could spend decades creating printed circuit boards, and you’d still learn something new almost every time you develop a PCB.
The architecture is constantly evolving, and engineers are always pushing the boundaries to make PCBs more durable and efficient.