Coding email templates is not as straightforward as coding a website. However, by keeping in mind these few dos and don'ts, you'll be able to design new exciting email templates.
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Are native apps invincible? Not that long ago, the way to create engaging user experiences for smartphone and tablet users was coding native apps. It was only natural – after all, native apps were designed to be used specifically on mobile and tablet devices. It seemed impossible that anything should ever replace the native app. […]
The upcoming “revolution”, regarding Gutenberg Editor in WordPress has become a major talking point between Chop-Chop and our partnering agencies.
Web development outsourcing – 5 reasons why it is better for your business than keeping an inhouse team
It's understandable that every manager or business owner considers the pros and cons of every employment these days. Some competencies might seem necessarily available between the company’s staff, some we can - or we should - outsource. What are the advantages of B2B contracts, when hiring coding agency? Or, should it be better to have an own web development team?
Doing anything IT-related seems to be inseparably linked with working long hours. However, staying up late doesn't mean you'll become more productive. Read the article to learn more.
There's more than one way to write a design brief. But if you provide a well-thought out project brief to an award-winning crew, you'll be on track to put your future site on the blockbuster list.
Imagine somebody building their business on a WordPress e-commerce site, finding customers, paying for the SEO, adding a multitude of products to the database and not making sure that their website is secure.
Gamification, that is applying game principles and elements in non-game contexts, has been quite a thing for some time in the web design and UX industry, and most probably it's here to stay. Even those of us who are not regular gamers can spot certain patterns and methods and use them successfully in creative projects.
Nowadays a significant number of people surf the Web using tablets or smartphones. Responsive websites have become the standard, not only to provide a higher level of user comfort, but also to improve SEO.
Imagine the following scene - a sad, hunched figure is leaning by a desk. The face of this individual is dimly lit by the slightly ghastly, bluish light of a laptop's panel. This is not a happy individual...
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