It is mesmerizing to see such high end developments in the field of technology. Perhaps one of the most scintillating advancements has taken place in the field of web services for mobile phones. Earlier it was considered as a luxury to own mobile phones and now even the young adolescents boasts off their iPhone and Android handhelds and what not. The market for smartphones has turned into a highly competitive arena. Earlier the Apple Apps were really popular amongst the users, but Android was in no mood to be left behind in the race. Over the time it introduced amazing apps and sections of it were designed specifically for Web Designers.
In this write up, we discuss some of the most profitable Android apps for Web Designers and Developers. Twelve of the distinguished Android Apps for web designers are listed below.
Constant improvement is imperative to a world of progress, including the web world. Designing an effective website requires a lot of techniques, skills and testing. Testing determines the usability of the website, which ties into accessibility. Thus, one of the most important things to consider when creating a website is accessibility. Accessibility is about making your website accessible to all Internet users—everyone who wants to view it, both disabled and abled. For example, can a blind person use your website and access its content. Everyone should have equal opportunity to access the web, regardless of their limitations or browsing technology.
Overlooking this issue can lead to a loss of many users and, ultimately, of business. Proper design, development and editing will increase your website’s accessibility and make it efficient for everyone to use and navigate. People will not take interest in a website that they find complicated to use.
Few days ago I read an interesting article that presented in detail the total income of a freelance writer and the figures make me think twice about the actual job I have. Yes, working a lot in addition to a smart strategy of gaining more clients could bring a serious income. A good percentage from the total income was made by writing guest posts on various blogs.
A guest post is nothing more than an article written by anyone different from the blog administrator or the team hired to write articles. To quickly recognize a guest post is recommended to search for the personal bio, a small text box, usually at the end, but also it may be at the beginning of the post, where the author is presented.
Branding is an important factor behind the success of all business. Whether you are selling a pen or a car, brand names work everywhere. People still prefer buying a Pelikan and a Toyota. This is because these names have grown up as big brands and people have started relating to them as synonyms for the products. Such is the impact of branding. Brand names always stand bright and up front.
People go for branded things, partly because of the quality and partly because of the name. Therefore, when Apple announces a product launch, people are excited and decide to get one long before they even use it. The same goes for an Oxford or Penguin publication. Such are the effects of brand names.
Like many people, I always say, “Never work for free.” Like many people, I break that rule when it comes to a good cause or meeting women. So far, I’ve only been screwed… by the good causes, that is.
This winter, I spent three days working for a nationwide charitable initiative called “Give Camp.” A very noble effort with some of the most talented people in town but there was a dark side – the clients. The charity identified several local organizations that needed their web sites redesigned and some applications for things like tracking volunteers and donations. We split into teams and for three days, designed, coded, and ate wonderfully bad food while putting our best efforts into helping a good cause.