I’m using a combination of visitor statistics and layout analysis to come up with a new blog layout. After the mess-up that happened a few months ago when I updated to the latest WordPress version, I had to take down the recommended posts carousel because something went wrong. Now that everything is back to normal, [...]
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Infographics are actually the images which deliver information. They may be simple or complex but they surely give a vivid picture of the concerned. With the use of infographics, there is always a scope for growth and change. Imagination and innovation paves way for more clarity. Since images are most common type of contents shared [...]
Your website is actually your virtual store out in cyberspace. That’s why it’s crucial that you pay close attention to every detail when creating it. Your sales page reflects the image you are trying to project to your targeted customers. This makes each detail vitally important. Don’t get so excited about putting on all kinds [...]
I’m at an internet cafe again today and there’s no better place to tell you about my love for FREE and PORTABLE software. If you are an internet cafe buff, you need to be careful about certain things. You should be very aware that you are using a public computer and any personal information that [...]
If you check various logos, you will realize that the logos are broadly divided into three categories: Text logo, symbol logo and text and symbol logo. Every logo design has its own features and depending upon your business model. you can use any of these three design styles.
Okay so the blog finally has a new logo. I suppose it’s logo 1.0, it being the first. I’ve mentioned wanting to use violet and lime green, as well as grey for the colours of this site so there you have it. I’ve added it as a favicon as well.
Yesterday I had to walk to Roche Caiman’s off-road test area for driving lesson #15. We did the cone + reverse thing once and then my instructor got off the car and made me do it myself. So I did it several times, with no problem even if the place was full of cars. Unfortunately, [...]
It’s really easy to break into the top 1 million websites on the Alexa rankings but not quite with minimal search engine optimizations and a simple blog. So I’ve been trying to add content that is related to my personal life, but I’ve balanced it with content that might be useful to others.
As a gadget enthusiast, I gathered some data to differentiate an Apple iPad 2 to Samsung Galaxy Tab. From what I learn of the tablet store, the Samsung Galaxy Tab is the most fashionable and preferred Android tablet out there. And Galaxy Tab is the only tablet in the market which has designated to grant [...]
I just upgraded to WordPress 3.2. Normally when I see the notification on the dashboard I just click and upgrade the software automatically. I don’t see a lot of UI (user interface) changes. But today is certainly different…I can see some graphic changes already, and the ‘new post’ button above is gone so I have [...]
It’s my new tagline for this blog. It’s basically what I’ll be blogging about. In fact, it really is my life’s policy to keep an open mind, to have an open heart…and something more related to my internet passion: open source. This tagline definitely describes me very well.
My most recent web layouts have zero gloss. Zero gloss because this web 2.0 design fad has been well over-used; just like Photoshop’s default levels of bevel and emboss, and default levels of drop shadow. Why are they out? Because they won’t stand the test of time. Go ahead, try it. Look at these glossy [...]