Everything which is generally related to the online world comes under the internet category. It can be general industry news, updates, announcements, latest design trends, technology changes and upgrades, observations etc.
QR codes, those rudimentary squares of black and white pixelated boxes you see on advertisements and marketing materials, have not had the initial success many thought they would. Marketing mavens across the country jumped the QR code bandwagon, but here’s why they don’t work for now. 1. Most young people don’t use QR codes. A recent survey of college kids, ages 18-22, found that 79% of them don’t know what to do with a QR code. This is an ominous sign coming from young people that have a natural knack for working with gadgets and technology. 2. QR codes don’t
My blog turn 2 year old today, at this point I would like to present some quick interesting browser statistics from my server logs that goes along the lines of a global scenario. The browser wars are heating up once again with the latest news release from StatCounter indicating Google’s Chrome browser overtook Mozilla Firefox as the second most popular browser worldwide for the first time. The competition among web browsers for the supremacy in usage share has perhaps started during the late 1990s by Internet explorer through replacing Netscape as the dominant browser. Ever since, Internet Explorer has been
The Minimal Differences between the Smart Phone and the Computer Today, it seems as though computers and phones are practically the same device. Many smart phones can now perform the tasks of computers such as emailing, writing blog posts, and even information storage, while computers are able to perform phone-like functions such as being able to make a call, send a text, or find a phone number. The integration of computers into cell phones to create the high functioning smart phone has led many to wonder whether or not the smart phone will eventually replace the laptop or computer. Sure,
I have been thinking about a complete redesign ever since the day my blog was officially launched. My previous design which was my first wordpress effort was released 6 months back. and now, I’ve shaped something fresh. It’s now your turn guys, please have a look at my new theme and lemme know your honest opinion about the new look and feel. If you hit upon any pages or section that are not working or looking weird, please lemme know right away. Still there are a couple of dead links (Portfolio, About), please bear with me I will make it
Hi there! Another year has come and gone, and 2009 was a great year for me personally. There were plenty of good things that happened in my life during this period, but not such a great year professionally though. Since we’re getting to that time of year again when everyone starts to think about their New Year plans, I’ve come up with a few ideas for my New Year’s Resolutions. In 2010, I will… Make my portfolio page ready. Read at least 2 articles or blog-posts related to web/graphic design each day. Do more research on typography techniques, learn all
Finally! I am done with my blog design. Now I realized the fact that, the toughest task any web designer can take on is ‘designing his own website’. I have been thinking about starting a personal blog or portfolio for quite long, may be for the last 3 or 4 years. Finally, I have registered my own domain name 4 months back. Thanks to yahoo-geocities for closing their brilliant free web-hosting service, bcoz its after reading geocite’s closure email alert, I started thinking seriously about registering a domain name and starting a blog ASAP. Bcoz its really painful to realize