Of course, the image is the epicenter of any website, because a person is visual in nature. When creating a website or blog, we pay particular attention to content, design and SEO. And with these three components, the use of images is inextricably linked.
Did you know that messages containing images open 47% more, and that readers spend 51% more time on them than those that do not have illustrations?
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That is why today we offer some tips to use images on your site wisely. From now on, there will be no “white spots” for you! Continue reading
Perfection is achieved not when there is already nothing to add, but when nothing can be taken away (Antoine de Saint-Exupery. “Planet of people”, 1939)
Far in the fall of 2005, with the light hand of publisher Tim O’Reilly, the term Web 2.0 was firmly included in the lecture by web developers. Like any new term, it still remains the subject of lively discussion, during which the main feature is identified, which is no longer in doubt. Having replaced the “old” Web 1.0, Web 2.0 has become a new model for the existence of the Internet community, where an ordinary user becomes a direct participant and creator of the content of the site. From now on, the Continue reading
Typography for a web site is a rather important design element, which in RuNet is somehow not very pronounced. This issue is often raised on English-language foreign design blogs, we practically do not pay attention to it. No, of course, when creating a layout, most designers think about fonts, design, but it’s very modest and small. Therefore, probably, in RuNet you can count the number of projects with bright creative and non-standard typography on fingers, more than the standard dull “gray” design 🙁
Perhaps this is why Dmitry Naumov decided to share an interesting guest post on the topic. Dima in Continue reading