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.

Long-Scrolling Websites: Tips and Best Practices

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Long-scrolling websites, i.e. sites that let you scroll down for an extended amount of time, have been around for years. The reason? Users love them! That isn’t about to change, which is why we wanted to give you some tips and best practices in this article. Because long-scrolling or infinite-scrolling alone doesn’t mean the user […]

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How to Build Products Users Love

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When building a product one often wants to provide a solution to a real problem. But that is rarely sufficient to develop an enjoyable product which users can’t stop thinking about. Here is where user testing comes in. By involving users in the product development process, companies can incorporate feedback in every product development stage. […]

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Your Survival Guide for Slush16

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Yes. It’s that time of the year, again. In a couple of days the Usersnap team is flying over to Helsinki, Finland. Besides us, 15.000 tech companies, startups, and investors are flying over as well. As we’re getting ready for the Slush and packing our bags, we prepared this personal guide for the Slush 16. […]

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The psychology of color in web design

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According to statistics, it only takes 1/10th of a second for us to form a first impression about a person; and websites are no different. Google’s 2012 study entitled “The role of visual complexity and prototypicality regarding the first impression of websites: Working towards understanding aesthetic judgments” confirmed that it takes less than 50 milliseconds for […]

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How to Design a Quality Assurance Workflow

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Mistakes are inevitable. We’re only human, after all. But when it comes to delivering software or websites to our clients, we want to make that happen with as few errors as possible. It sounds like a great goal, but how do you systematically achieve it? The key to minimizing errors is to design a quality […]

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New & Upcoming Course Highlights: Swift, PHP & Ruby

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Every week, new courses and workshops are published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here’s a short list of what we’ve added recently, upcoming course highlights, and our weekly video update of What’s New at Treehouse. Start learning to code today with a free...

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You may have heard the familiar saying that looking for a new job can be a full-time job in itself. It is true that a job search can (and should!) take up a decent chunk of time. But, it doesn’t...

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Highlights from the 2016 Nodevember JavaScript and Node Conference

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Nodevember is a two-day conference touching on all aspects of JavaScript and Node. The third annual conference was held on November 20th and 21st in Nashville, Tennessee at the Lipscomb University campus. It featured 6 keynote speakers, 48 session talks, and...

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Treehouse Students: Thank You for Inspiring Us Every Day

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Sometimes I can’t believe I get paid to work at Treehouse. Almost every day, I hear a Treehouse Student say something like “You gave me the skills to change my life. Thank you!” I often say  right back, “No, thank...

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This Week on Educate Yourself: Misconceptions about Learning Styles, the Testing Effect & More

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We’re back with episode 3 of the Educate Yourself podcast, brought to you by the team behind Treehouse. Tune in every 2 weeks for the latest in the future of learning, higher education and edtech. This week, our host, Treehouse...

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Treehouse brings affordable technology education to people everywhere in order to help them achieve their dreams and change the world. Each and every member of the Treehouse team is here because we believe in our Mission. It’s what keeps us...

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Why Efficient Communication Is Essential in Change Management

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Communication itself is a challenging topic within organizations. In the context of change, companies should pay particular attention to who delivers what messages when. By having a clearly planned communication strategy, change leaders are able to facilitate organizational transformation. The entire process happens in a context where everyone understands why change is necessary and what […]

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If you’re looking to develop a new application or a website, you may not have given much thought to making it look and feel trustworthy to your potential users. But trust me (pun intended) it’s important. A well-trusted, well-reviewed website or app will draw new, repeat users and boost your online presence, business, and reputation. […]

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How to Develop Disruptive Products Using AR and VR?

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Why Choosing a Platform for VR and AR Software Matters Much like many modern technologies, virtual reality, and augmented reality were first encountered in sci-fi movies dating back several decades ago. Despite the small number of initial sources, every VR or AR platform developer took a different route. This is something that arose from the […]

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Meet the team: Robert Aistleitner

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Robert is a full-stack developer here at Usersnap. He’s part of the Usersnap team since 2011. Even before Usersnap became a real company, Robert already worked on what is now known as Usersnap. We had the chance to sit down with Robert to discuss his daily life at Usersnap and how he became a firefighter. […]

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Timeless design feedback systems for web designers

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Imagine this. The web designer of your team has spent the last week working on design drafts for a new website of yours. She perfectly highlighted user stories and designed all possible user interactions on that particular site. She presents the design drafts and user stories to the team. And her design presentation ends with […]

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A few weeks ago, we published a blog post introducing different methods of on boarding. Due to the positive feedback, we decided to go back and write another blog post on this topic. A lot of users only sign up for an application but never actually end up using it. How do you convince more users […]

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Even if you don’t greet each user personally: each time a user visits your website, you are communicating with them. Through the design of your website. How this works? Communication on your website works on different levels and ranges from text, pictures and the structure of a site to colours, titles and buttons. In this […]

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When you’ve created a piece of software and follow the SaaS model, you will most likely be offering a free trial to your users. During this trial, your user can test the product and decide if he needs it. And that is the hard part. You have to show the user why he or she […]

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New & Upcoming Course Highlights: VR, iOS & Java

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Every week, new courses and workshops are published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here’s a short list of what we’ve added recently, upcoming course highlights, and our weekly video update of What’s New at Treehouse. Start learning to code today with a free...

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This Week on Educate Yourself: VR, Learning Engineers & Measuring Educational Effectiveness

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We’re back with episode 2 of the Educate Yourself podcast, brought to you by the team behind Treehouse. Tune in for the latest in tech industry news, edtech and the future of learning. To watch episode 2, subscribe to Educate Yourself in the iTunes...

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New & Upcoming Course Highlights: iOS, JavaScript & Android

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Every week, new courses and workshops are published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here’s a short list of what we’ve added recently, upcoming course highlights, and our weekly video update of What’s New at Treehouse. Start learning to code today with a free...

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Treehouse Stereo: The November Playlist

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Welcome back for round two of Treehouse Stereo. Hopefully, October’s playlist gave you inspiration, kept you motivated, or if nothing else provided beats to dance to! As the weather starts to get colder – unless you’re somewhere that’s always warm in...

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Creating High-Resolution Assets for VR: Part 2

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Hi there! I’m the Technical Lead Animator at Treehouse and I’ve been experimenting with VR and real-time game design. Welcome to part 2 of my tutorial on creating high-resolution assets for VR applications. If you haven’t had the chance yet,...

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Getting Comfortable with Abstractions

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Think of your favorite food. Maybe it’s pizza, chicken tikka masala, or maybe tiramisu. Whatever it is, imagine the texture, the flavors, and the satisfaction you feel after eating it. You probably have all sorts of words to describe your...

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New & Upcoming Course Highlights: Swift, Android, React, JavaScript & the DOM

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Every week, new courses and workshops are published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here’s a short list of what we’ve added recently, upcoming course highlights, and a weekly video update of What’s New at Treehouse. Start learning to code today with a free trial...

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Unveiling the Mystery Behind a Java Abstraction

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Working with any programming language involves some level of acceptance – accepting that what you’re using somehow works under the hood. Getting comfortable with abstractions is a critical step if you wish to accomplish anything other than reinventing all of the wheels....

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Stop being lazy with ad-hoc feedback.

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User feedback and testing probably isn’t a high priority for you when working on your new landing page or web application. But it’s something you should take into consideration before heading in the wrong direction with your newly launched landing page. Collecting & managing feedback or user complaints on website issues doesn’t always require the […]

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Tracking.js & the computer vision power of JavaScript

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There are various frameworks, methodologies and standards for building websites and web applications. No matter which ones you’re following, you will always somehow end up in the browser and therefore with JavaScript. With tracking.js, the browser got even more powerful. Here’s a first review of tracking.js and why JavaScript is on the winning team. Browsers […]

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