I am simply writing my thoughts as they pop in my head. Am not being graded or looking for compliments here. So here we go. I have been in the IT industry for roughly eight years, and within that time I have seen the positive and negative. During the early 2000s, there was a belief
Scenario #1 A young man comes up to me and asks to buy a “used” laptop. His goal is to make sure he has a working computer at the cheapest price possible. The goal is to mainly save as much as he can. A brand-new laptop, depending on the specs, can range from $500 to
We’ve come a long way when we start to look down at memory lane. The giants in this industry like Yahoo, have all passed through similar huddles in order to reach their audience. Responsive design was not popular back in the 1990’s and less popular in the early 2000’s. So exactly what is responsive design?
In every field of work, there is always a process involved to achieve a particular goal. The same principle applies to web design. There is no right and wrong way to approach this, but the steps I am going to mention are what I like to use, and I think most prominent developers out there
A business owner asked a few web design agencies to submit a proposal on his company website. Using the same “user requirements” that showed the functions, color and purpose of the website. A few days later the web developers came back with their estimates. The first one priced the project at $5,000 and that was