13 popular app logos portrayed in good ol’ retro formats
Before video streaming platforms and music apps came along, DVD players and cassettes were prized
possessions. Back in the days, consumers used to have albums filled with movie and/or song CDs. Personally,
I was always fond of a typewriter and my Mum said I brought a dictionary with […]
The 10 Best Tech Websites Engaging Consumers In 2020
Great tech necessitates great tech websites — there’s no getting around it. The best technology websites are insightful, imaginative and compelling. They integrate innovate features, dynamic elements and seamless systems to help navigate users through a fluid and efficient buyer journey.
These tech e-commerce sites need to rise […]
How COVID-19 Is Driving The Spread Of New Mobile Scams
While the coronavirus pandemic continues to grip the world, fraudsters are stoking another kind of outbreak – using fear as a hook to pull users towards malicious
apps and websites. Some estimates suggest more than 3% of the coronavirus information
websites that have popped-up since the beginning of […]
What Is Penetration Testing? What Is Pen Testing?
Pen testing involves ethical hackers scaling planned attacks against a company’s security infrastructure to
hunt down security vulnerabilities that need to be patched up. Pen testing is part of a holistic web application security strategy.
What is penetration testing?
Penetration testing (or pen testing) is a security exercise where a cyber-security […]
CloudFlare is a content delivery network (CDN) that has gained a lot of
popularity because of their alleged ability to supercharge your
website. A lot of so-called experts (and even some web hosts) claim that
implementing CloudFlare can help your site can gain a dramatic
amount of boost in terms of speed and security!
Sounds pretty awesome, right?
While that might […]
Google Chrome to support lazy loading by
default, starting with version 75
With ever heavier and more complex websites, protocols like lazy loading are a gift
from heaven – they allow sites to only download images and iframes the user sees, leaving out
It takes more than a structured layout and beautiful imagery to engage a website’s visitors. Although the quality of design is all important,
enough attention is not always paid to a site’s UI and UX.
Where you want visitors to go, what you want them to see, and how to get them to the destination of their […]
The context of our online interactions has dramatically changed lately, and in the recent
years we have encountered a significant shift in the field of technology; Information Age
has been replaced by the Experience Age.
In terms of web development, the most remarkable manifestation of this shift is the
emergence of a new field—user experience (UX) design.
User experience design grew out of web […]
Whether you love or hate it, street art is something that is here to stay. Going beyond just traditional canvases and materials, street artists are constantly pushing the boundaries and and playing with ideas to make you stop in your tracks. One such street artist that is making waves now is Smates.
This Belgian artist uses space in a clever way […]
The London Illustration Fair is returning for the fifth time with a showcase of work from more than 55 exhibitors.
The four-day fair, which is spread over five floors at the Bargehouse at the Oxo Tower on London’s Southbank, will include plenty of stalls with prints and artwork for sale, as well as workshops, talks and […]