How to Develop Website with Responsive Design?

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responsive-designResponsive design is just about the new web regular. Many businesses have accepted the task and also have created specific style solutions (such as for example just mobile) or have attempted to address the problem cross-platform. In this post we will tale a look at the most important tips together with locallogy: responsive website design in order to help you with responsive web design process.
Planning: As always, arranging is the quantity one priority. As soon as you solve your style challenges in writing, you are prepared to build your site.
Look at a Mobile First Technique: That's where you construct the mobile web site first, then level up and construct the tablet and desktop computer designs. Among the major concerns for several three is the logo design and/or text. If the written text is easy to learn on the mobile gadget you then shouldn’t  have any problems with the tablet or desktop computer.
Build the appearance and Feel of one's Site Initial: Some firms, like Jiffy Software program, build the complete layout of the user interface first, before performing any coding. This ensures the look is had by them and feel the client wants before they perform any coding. When building a design for a mobile web site, one essential concern is making the control keys large plenty of for a fingertip. Another concern is keeping the look both simple, yet functional. Many developers tend to add a great deal to a mobile user interface, which can cause style and usability problems. When in question, keep it simple.
Images: When developing responsive style layouts, create optimized pictures for each layout. This reduces bandwidth and scaling issues. Take advantage of JPEG, GIF and PNG-8 file formats. In no way use PNG since it can bloat your documents sizes by 5-10 times.
Limit the usage of Text on Mobiles: Only use what’s essential, rather than attempting to reproduce your desktop web site on mobile device. The latter will create long scrolling web pages, which can make you lose viewers.
Clean Design: That is especially essential with responsive design. Be sure you strip aside all non-essentials when designing your website. This can improve page loading period.
With responsive design, overall performance is everything. Contemplating such things as exact coding, testing template parts, optimizing images, etc, most of these will contribute to websites that load quick and perform well.

6 Mistakes to Avoid When Choosing a Web Host

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Your choice of web host is vital to your success online. A poor web host can impact your bottom line by slowing your website, causing frequent downtime, and overall contributing to a poor customer experience. Jumping in with the first host you find can prove to be a huge mistake. Here are six other mistakes […]

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JIRA vs Trello – an overview on the best project management tool

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Sometimes I feel a bit overwhelmed by the sheer amount of content in the field of project management. Especially when looking on the tool-side of project management, I see new tools popping up every other day. With JIRA and Trello – we looked at two major project management tools, their benefits and drawbacks and most […]

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The evolution of buttons in web design

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Buttons are a simple element of interactive design, used everyday by people browsing the web. As web design has changed over time and new trends appeared every now and then, the design of buttons evolved too. The challenge of button design is quite simple: Buttons must be designed in a way that they are recognised […]

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Emotional Design: For products we remember

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Today, it is no longer sufficient to design a product that just works. Products need to have an amazing user experience to stand out from the crowd, to be successful, and to have a user base, who enjoys using them. In a nutshell: products need to be more than mere functional. The designers Don Norman […]

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New & Upcoming Course Highlights: JavaScript, Objective-C, Spring & Java

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Every week, new courses are published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what we’ve added recently, as well as a few highlights from our Content Roadmap. Start learning to code today with a free trial on Treehouse. COURSES...

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Trust Us, Trust Them: Learn to Code

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If you’re considering a career as a developer, here are a few exciting facts to back your decision. There are over 500k unfilled tech jobs in the US alone and jobs for developers are projected to grow 27% in the...

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How to Install Rails 5 on Windows

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While setting up for the Treehouse Rails 5 Basics course, we’re also updating our installation help workshops to cover Rails 5. We figured we’d share those directions here, as a little nudge for those of you who still haven’t discovered...

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What’s New in Swift 3?

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It’s a well-known fact that the software development industry moves rapidly, with the latest new framework, SDK or paradigm changing every so often. The one thing you hope will remain constant through all this is your programming language – the...

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New & Upcoming Course Highlights: OAuth Authentication, Spring, Django & PHP

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Every week, new courses are published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what we’ve added recently, as well as a few highlights from our Content Roadmap. Start learning to code today with a free trial on Treehouse.  WORKSHOPS...

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How to Install Rails 5 on a Mac

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In setting up for the Treehouse Rails 5 Basics course, we’re also updating our installation help workshops to cover Rails 5. We figured we’d share those directions here, as a little nudge to those of you who still haven’t discovered...

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From Unemployed to Accomplished Developer: an Interview with Scott Cook

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In 2015, Scott was unemployed and desperately in need of a significant change. Having recently been laid off, Scott set himself a goal of starting a new career in web development. He’d previously tried attending college for a Computer Science degree, but...

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Bug Tracking with TFS & Usersnap [Integration Update]

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If you’re already using Team Foundation Server and/or Usersnap for tracking bugs and collecting issues, you’ll be probably interested in the following story. A couple of days ago, we released a new version of our TFS bug tracking integration offering a new OAuth connection. Yay! So, let’s make tracking bugs & collecting feedback with Team […]

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User Acceptance Testing explained in 8 GIFs

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Not long ago we published the post “Bug tracking explained in funny GIFs“. We had a lot of fun writing it and got a lot of positive reactions. Therefore, we decided to write another post about a topic that is equally relevant to us: User Acceptance Testing. Many of our customers use Usersnap for User […]

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Please NEVER use these phrases when talking to developers

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I’ll never forget the first time, I made a gaffe. I had no clue what my colleague was actually doing in his role of a web developer. I had no experience in web development and somehow I just said: ”That cannot be that difficult, right?” Ups. I just made a big mistake. My colleague on […]

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6 Effective Ways to Collect Customer Feedback

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You’ve just launched your new product or you just finished building a new website, and now you wonder what your customers think about those changes. In this post I’m going to show you how to collect customer feedback in the best and easiest way possible. Let’s get started. Collecting feedback more effectively Recently someone raised […]

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7 infographics about web development and design

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We at Usersnap are big fans of visual communication. That’s why we love infographics and thought we would share our favorite infographics with you. We’ll also explain why images are stored in long-term memory. Let’s get started! Infographics are a powerful medium Infographics give you a quick introduction to a new topic or aspect of […]

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Our review of Docker for Mac

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We at Usersnap are huge Docker fans. And we’re not only big fans, but also making use of Docker for a couple of microservices, websites and minor apps we’ve built. So, today I’m very excited to share our first review of Docker for Mac with you. Docker for Mac is publicly available since June 20th. […]

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8 powerful Usersnap features you probably don’t know about

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Over the last three years, Usersnap has grown to a fully fledged bug tracking and feedback tool. It has become the go-to tool for large-scale enterprises, as well as small & young software startups. Today, I’m going to show you eight hidden gems which you probably haven’t discovered. Stay with me and impress your colleagues […]

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How to manage your software development project without a project manager!

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When resources are limited you might face the challenge of building and developing a new software without having a full-time project manager. The tasks of project management in software development aren’t easy. But here’s the good news: In this article, I’m going to show you how to successfully manage your software project without having the […]

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How to improve communication between developers and designers on web projects

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Developers and designers have very different job profiles. In fact, they also have very different perspectives, i.e. different ways in which they look at the same thing. One example: While a website designer looks at the whole external feel of a design, sets the scope for it and decides on how people connect with it, […]

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Think beyond Chrome and Firefox. Browser diversity is coming after your website.

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Have you heard about Coc Coc browser or YaBrowser? I’m guessing you have not and that would not be a surprise. I haven’t heard about them either. Just recently, I stumbled upon a list of unknown browsers in our Google Analytics dashboard. And surprisingly, those browsers are responsible for quite a bit of website traffic. Here’s […]

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New & Upcoming Course Highlights: Swift, C#, VR and Databases

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Every week, new courses are published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what we’ve added recently, as well as a few highlights from our Content Roadmap. Start learning to code today with a free trial on Treehouse....

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Empowered by Code: an Interview with Lee Crockford

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As an advocate for social change, mental health, the arts and education, freelancer and non-profit organizer Lee Crockford had experience with multitasking taking on new challenges. He also had ideas he wanted to take online but didn’t have the financial...

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How to Start a Startup

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“Our task today is to find singular ways to create the new things that will make the future not just different, but better…to go from 0 to 1.” If you haven’t read Peter Thiel’s book, Zero to One, you should...

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Should You Learn Swift or Objective-C? The Short Answer is Both.

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In 2014, Apple released a brand new programming language, Swift, that took the community quite by surprise. In the two years since, the Swift core team has iterated rapidly, releasing several major and minor versions of the language much to...

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Tech Recruiting: Hire for Fit, Train for Skills

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Technical recruiting can be quite a challenge. It seems like no candidate ever has the right combination of skills that hiring managers are looking for. What’s going on? Start learning to code today with a free trial on Treehouse. Imagine...

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A beginner’s guide to deploying static sites with versioning and rollbacks using Flightplan

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With the rise of cheap VPS (Virtual Private Server) services and the increase of complexity in the architecture of new web applications, deployment processes are becoming a very important topic and a skill to master to some extent. Long gone the days when we just needed a cheap hosting service and an FTP access to […]

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New Course Roundup: Android, iOS, ASP.NET MVC, REST API & PostCSS

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Every week, new courses and workshops are published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of June 27, 2016. Start learning to code today with a free trial on Treehouse. COURSES...

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Meet Adam, a Professional Classical Musician and Web Developer

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Throughout his life, Adam has had a passion for classical music and a love of technology. At a young age, he chose to focus his education on music but continued to satisfy his tech interests. It wasn’t until Adam was pursuing...

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Forget New Year’s Resolutions. Set Your 2016 Goals Now.

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Now that the post-July 4th recovery is officially over (plus a few days), it’s time to return rejuvenated and ready to take on the second half of 2016. Let’s backtrack first and ask the inevitable question… How are your 2016...

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New Course Roundup & Roadmap Highlights: iOS, Java, JavaScript and C#

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Every week, new courses and workshops are published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of July 4, 2016 and a few highlights from our Content Roadmap. Start learning to code today...

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#CodingWisdom: Where to Start as a Beginner

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Helen Hayes once said, “The expert at anything was once a beginner.” An honest and powerful truth to remember when learning something new. Whichever skills you’re trying to master, it takes a combination of time, dedication, and overcoming challenges to...

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From Optical Assistant to Front End Developer: an Interview with Ian Rushton

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At 27-years-old, Ian was as an optical assistant unable to progress any further with his career. He had a degree in Economics but had found himself disinterested in working in a related field, which is why he’d pursued a career...

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A beginner’s guide to deploying static sites with versioning and rollbacks using Flightplan

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With the rise of cheap VPS (Virtual Private Server) services and the increase of complexity in the architecture of new web applications, deployment processes are becoming a very important topic and a skill to master to some extent. Long gone the days when we just needed a cheap hosting service and an FTP access to […]

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Guiding the Reality of Virtual Reality

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When I was in high school, I went on a trip to England and Wales with my school orchestra. When we weren’t playing our instruments in ancient cathedrals, we were primarily shuttling between other sites of antiquity like Stonehenge and...

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David Designed, Built and Released a Retro Swift Game App

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Designer David Larusso had always wanted to release his own app in the App Store, so when he found Treehouse taught the iOS programming language, Swift, it was the perfect opportunity to give it a shot in his free time....

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New Course Roundup: Python & Game Development

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Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of June 13, 2016. Start learning to code today with a free trial on Treehouse! COURSES Django REST...

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From College Dropout to Junior Front End Developer: an Interview with Techdegree Student Ken Chung

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In high school, Ken discovered an avid interest in computers and technology. With college just around the corner, he decided to apply to study IT and pursue a career in web design and development. During his freshman year, Ken discovered...

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Getting Started with Static Sites

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You may have heard the buzz about so-called “static” websites. In this post, I’ll tell you what they are, what’s the big deal, and what you need to know to build one. The First Static Sites In the early years...

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What Types of Developers Are There?

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If you’re interested in making a career change and joining the tech industry, adding programming to your skill set or are just curious about the job opportunities for web developers, here’s a high-level overview to get you started. This isn’t...

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9 must-reads from the first half of 2016

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Happy H2 2016! Here’s a thought: What if we put as much effort into mid-year planning as we do for each new year? Six months planned well is the perfect amount of time to review, recalibrate, and set plans in...

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New Course Roundup: Spring with Hibernate, iOS & JavaScript

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Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of June 20, 2016. Start learning to code today with a free trial on Treehouse. COURSES Spring with...

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8 Characteristics of a Good Developer

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Learning to code is the first step towards becoming a developer, but what are some of the characteristics associated with being a good developer? We asked Vice President of Engineering at Treehouse, Tommy Morgan to share his thoughts and compiled...

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A beginner’s guide to deploying static sites with versioning and rollbacks using Flightplan

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With the rise of cheap VPS (Virtual Private Server) services and the increase of complexity in the architecture of new web applications, deployment processes are becoming a very important topic and a skill to master to some extent. Long gone the days when we just needed a cheap hosting service and an FTP access to […]

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From Teaching Assistant to Front End Developer: an Interview with Techdegree Student Steve Brewer

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London-based Steve Brewer was working as a teaching assistant and was hesitant to change careers as it felt like a waste of the education and experience he’d invested in teaching. Then Steve read an article about the rising trend of gamifying...

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New Course Roundup: C#, Swift & Game Dev with Maya

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Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of May 23, 2016. Start learning to code today with a free trial on Treehouse! COURSES Querying With...

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How Learning to Code Can Fit into Your Life

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Let’s look at some of the key events that helped mold the tech industry as we know it. The first computer was invented in 1946, personal computers didn’t become popular until the 1970s, the Apple Macintosh was introduced in 1984...

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What Can Your Business Do with More In-House Technical Skill?

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What can your business do with more in-house technical skill? WAIT!   Before you answer, take a few minutes to really think about it… Which processes currently requiring your team’s time can be automated? How much money can you save...

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New Course Roundup: Swift & Objective-C

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Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of May 30, 2016. Start learning to code today with a free trial on Treehouse! COURSES Displaying Data...

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