Email marketing is one of the easiest and efficient marketing tactics a business can implement. Emails give marketers an outlet to target an audience with real-time updates. For the longest time, marketing emails were simply an electronic version of print mail. In the past, emails took on an admittedly watered down version— often “plain-text”— due to coding constraints. Recently, email marketing has seen great advancements, of which you should take note.
The Android 5.1 Lollipop update for both the Wi-Fi and LTE versions of the Nvidia Shield tablet has arrived, and owners of the gaming tablet are highly recommended to install the update as soon as they receive it on their device.
With users browsing on mobile devices, it is essential to keep the adaptability to available screen resolutions in mind from the start of the design process. This means both designers and developers focus more and more on dynamic design. So far, this focus has mainly been on the technical side and how to display the design optimally on different devices.
More information: http://academy.bindtuning.com/responsive-logos-with-svg/
Yes, holograms are a thing now.
Haven’t we had those for a while, you might ask? I seem to remember CNN going all-out during the 2008 election-coverage arms race when it beamed correspondent Jessica Yellin into Wolf Blitzer’s Situation Room.
And for that matter, didn’t Coachella holographically resurrect Tupac Shakur in 2012?
Responsive frameworks are all the rage for websites these days, and now we’re applying that idea of a singular item having various views, to digital display networks. The efficiency involved in responsive elements has proven its worth for websites, and now other digital media platforms are looking to leverage the same idea. Content being created and scheduled across global networks can greatly benefit from a singular media item that can be inserted in any playlist and still be displayed optimally on any size display.
More information: http://signet.tv/news-responsive-digital-signage-templates-062315.html
More information: http://www.pallasweb.com/blog/what-is-responsive-web-design.html
Responsive layouts on the web are exciting. Many Mockups users are doing responsive layouts on their projects or are planning to. We’ve been talking with the Balsamiq community about how Mockups can work with responsive web design concepts, and we thought we’d explore some techniques that might help.
More information: http://support.balsamiq.com/customer/portal/articles/615901
How are your customers accessing your small business website? And more importantly, what does it look like when they do?
The simple fact is that mobile device usage is on the rise. Last year marked the first when mobile Internet traffic surpassed desktop traffic, and recent reports showthat 60 percent of total digital media time is spent on smartphones and tablets.
More information: http://smallbiztrends.com/2015/04/small-business-responsive-website.html
Responsive design methods are very helpful to developers because they allow us to serve content to the widest range of devices without having to maintain separate versions of the site and without some of the negative drawbacks to other methods such as scaling and fluid layouts.
Until recent history, many of the more elegant websites were designed using similar skills to those used to design a typical poster or brochure. The idea was to get a website that would look the same on everyone’s computer screen no matter which browser they were using.
More information: http://www.nngroup.com/articles/responsive-design-intranets/
Today, more and more emails are being read on mobile devices more than on desktop computers. Thanks to the popularity of the smartphone, the iOS mail client is now at the top of the heap. With so many readers viewing emails on mobile, we knew there had to be an easier way to ensure campaigns look swank on any device.
More information: http://zurb.com/article/1119/create-emails-for-any-device-introducing-
With the new year just kicking off, you need to put your best foot forward into the internet world. WordPress has become the mother tongue of the internet with over 60 million websites powered by this ubiquitous content management platform. This fact alone is suffice to support the evident tremendous support available for this platform on every corner of the internet. While the huge support is a definite advantage for such a powerful platform, it is out to create some trouble for users with the endless possibilities and choices at hand.
More information: http://beebom.com/2015/02/best-free-wordpress-themes
This is a collection of the best responsive magazine WordPress themes available. With the growing trend of viewing websites on mobile devices its important your website works properly and displays nicely for people viewing your site on iPhones, iPads, smart phones and all other types of mobile devices.
More information: http://www.premiumwp.com/the-best-responsive-magazine-wordpress-themes/
clear serve for layout much the same way as the tables they replaced: As stand-ins that work well enough. But they’re still limited. One proposed solution is called the CSS Flexible Box Layout Module, commonly called the Flexbox.
Flexbox is a recommendation in CSS3 that enables designers to control the arrangement of elements on a page with more finesse than contemporary CSS approaches which have become common because we didn’t have a better solution.
Responsive grids on a WordPress site are a great way to display content as well as manage page layouts. While there are many excellent themes that feature grid based layouts, if your theme doesn’t have these capabilities you can still make use of this popular and functional design feature.
More information: http://wplift.com/wordpress-post-grid
After a long while, back into Joomla! extension development. This Highly Responsive Social Share plugin displays a beautiful bar of Popular social share network buttons in your Joomla! site. The plugin is very light weight , easy to install and configurable. Go through this Demo site to see the Extension in action. This Extension is compatible with Joomla 3.3.x versions only.
Optical features embedded in marine shells may help develop responsive, transparent displays.
The blue-rayed limpet is a tiny mollusk that lives in kelp beds along the coasts of Norway, Iceland, the United Kingdom, Portugal, and the Canary Islands. These diminutive organisms — as small as a fingernail — might escape notice entirely, if not for a very conspicuous feature: bright blue dotted lines that run in parallel along the length of their translucent shells. Depending on the angle at which light hits, a limpet’s shell can flash brilliantly even in murky water.
More information: http://newsoffice.mit.edu/2015/optical-structures-in-limpet-shell-0226
Chemists at the University of California, Riverside have constructed liquid crystals with optical properties that can be instantly and reversibly controlled by an external magnetic field.