With million of apps available to download, as well as mobile optimized websites, consumers have a sea of choice and little tolerance towards apps that don’t deliver. The spotlight is not on how to launch apps quickly, rather on how to improve the different elements that create the mobile user experience.
In this brutally competitive market, quality and seamless performance always win against brand loyalty. In the app world, there are no second chances.
A weeks ago, we created a contest at instantShift called Christmas & New Year Special Giveaway had announced the 2 winners of iPad Air 2 or iPhone 6 (total value of ~ $1700).
We’ve got more than 200 response comments. After voiding spam and non-legit comments we have left with 173 valid comments. It’s really good to see that how we can able to help in our reader’s life and their profession.
In case, If you missed this giveaway, make sure you are ready for next one as we going to create more such giveaways in future.
Congratulations to all the winners!
The online shopping cart is the most important piece of an e-commerce website. Optimizing your website is also important, but fine tuning your shopping cart and checkout pages should be an ongoing process that you should devote time to each week.
Many of the sales are lost or captured based on what happens when online shoppers reach the shopping cart. Their features make the difference and convert a shopper into a customer.
Whether you’re starting a car washing business, operating a food truck, or establishing a new CPA firm, one thing is always true: your business needs an online presence. Not only that, but your website needs to be professional and project the right image.
A flawless business website is the prime requisite to market self among a tight well-rounded fierce competition. A clutter-free and aesthetically pleasing home page can help in attracting more followers, and establishing a real brand connection.
You know your design skills are up to par. From web layouts to UIs, you consistently impress teammates and clients alike. You’re a true web design maverick. But in the modern work environment, you also have to be a manager – regardless whether you’re responsible for anyone else or not.
Even if you aren’t your own boss, chances are, you’re one of just a few designers in your office – many firms only employ a single designer, or a small team of them. And while it’s nice that you can work your way up the ranks relatively quickly, your forward progress also depends on how well you can manage your own career development. Prove your work has value, and it’s more likely that employers and clients will recognize your overall worth. That means, however, that you may need to have to examine yourself more closely than you have in the past.
Although these forms are seen as less important details, they should be taken seriously. There are many businesses which don’t pay attention to this form and just throw something on their website that is supposed to be filled out, irrespective of its design. But without an increased number of subscribers a business couldn’t become a thriving business.
The truth is that sign-up forms come in so many styles that is very difficult to know which is the right choice. And yes: usually, they include a few form fields such as “email”, “password” and “repeat password”. So, is there something important to design here? There are just 3 form fields! Will they scare people?