The internet is now old enough to have it’s own myths. One day it might have its own Iliad or folk talkies. For now, the only mythical things around here are some beliefs that people have when it comes to web design and websites in general. For example, they believe that… 1. All content is… Continue reading Top 5 most common web design myths
Source: Reddit.com Things usually sit on the center of websites, right? And putting things front and center is the best way to attract attention, so people, logically, try to do that most of the time. So putting elements in the center should be the easiest, most optimized thing to do in web development, right? Right?… Continue reading Centering things in CSS: a drama for the ages
The Covid crisis showed to many a thing that we, the guys and gals in the IT industry knew a long time ago. It revealed that now, more than ever, the digital presence of a brand matters the most out of everything else. That the digital change is something that entrepreneurs, businessmen and CEO’s cannot… Continue reading Covid-19 proved it: The digital change is now and it cannot be ignored any longer
For official and up to date information, please use only credible sources. Find out more official recommendations from the World Health Organization here and please consult the rules imposed by your local authorities. Just a little while back, we talked about how to Covid-19 could affect our future. Nobody could have known the effect it… Continue reading When working from home became living at work
Companies in countries where the presence of coronavirus is not as dramatic have started imposing certain regulations that are much more loose. Exhibition World reports that Western Australia decided to be the one paving the way forward lifting the Phase 4 Covid-19 restrictions ( aka now exhibition centers will operate at 50% capacity). Even more,… Continue reading New exhibition dates: too early to celebrate?