manualdeestilo.com Con el término inglés plug-in se hace referencia normalmente a distintas funciones optativas que mejoran el funcionamiento de otros programas, de los que dependen, o que les dotan de pequeñas nuevas capacidades. En internet, esta palabra suele hacer referencia a dos…
45 Extremely High Quality Free PSD Website Templates Creating a website from scratch could be a lot of hard work and creative thoughts. Designers like to fire up Photoshop and start to craft ideas. The different settings of layers, gradients,…
celularis.com El estandar web más popular de la historia sigue cediendo, sólo horas de vida le quedan a Flash para Android. Adobe confirma que a partir de mañana la aplicación no se podrá descargar y eliminarán cualquier vía oficial para instalarlo en los…
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http://marketing.iprofesional.com Víctor Valle, Director de Ventas Online para Google Hispanoamérica dio a conocer los principales puntos a tener en cuenta a la hora de diseñar una estrategia de posicionamiento pensada para los celulares. Rapidez, simpleza y accesibilidad son algunas de…
“Front-end” engineers are the people who build the parts of Web sites that you actually see.
That’s opposed to “back-end” engineers, who work on all the stuff behind the scenes — for instance, like storing information you enter (like your name) in a database, or making sure that an e-commerce site can take your order.
When working with someone like Bridges, you should know as much as you can about different types of technologies. You also shouldn’t assume a transition to another platform is easy.
“It is important to know what you want out of the developer so you can articulate your expectations clearly,” he said.
To help, he shared 10 things you should never say to a front end engineer:
10. I’m looking for a front end designer: “Designers tend to always work on the ‘front-end.’ If you’re differentiating between front- and back-end, you’re looking for a developer. Those “de-” words are tricky.”…
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Publicado en Businessinsider.com
The Navigation System
No, we’re not talking about your GPS. But you might glean some perspective from the consumer products all around you. Long before the internet (or GPS) was mainstream, industrial designers had been honing and advancing user interfaces for manual operation. Whether it was the car stereo or the VCR, they recognized that comprehensive controls were pivotal in making their products viable. Things are starting to come full circle (who knew?!) with the advent of touchscreen and the desire to develop & design responsive websites for displays of various device types. The new norm will soon be conforming your site for display on car stereos! Until then, let’s focus on what you need to consider today to create a compelling website navigation system.
Use conventional placement
Why? Humans are creatures of habit. There is a reason you see top-of-the-screen navigation on the majority of websites. It is functional because people read from the top down. It is effective because it communicates a lot across a wide piece of real estate without hogging it up. Logically, you can’t go wrong with a menu at the screen’s top because people are looking for it up there by default.
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Publicado en Gomediazine.com