infinite-scroll-vs-pagination

For a long time now, infinite scrolling has become a huge web design trend. First of all, let’s go over what infinite scrolling is in the first place. Take a look at your Twitter page and find the bottom of the page. If you find it, I’ll be impressed. This is part of why social…Continue Reading “Infinite Scrolling Will Become Very SEO-Friendly”

problem feature

First thing’s first: I’m not going to bash popular designs. However, I will be pointing out some commonly-found negatives about them that can be fixed or at least addressed. All websites should be primarily focused on the user’s experience. The user could be an end-user at home at their desk in their PJs, or your…Continue Reading “Common problems with popular designs”

agile

It’s now been almost three years since we moved to Agile, and 28 months since I wrote my last post on the subject ‘First taste of agile’. Since then we’ve seen many refinements to our Agile design process. We’ve developed our understanding and application of the pattern library and continued to educate clients on the efficiency, scalability and…Continue Reading “Agile design process, almost three years on”

web security basics

As a web developer, you and your clients’ websites all fall under your management when developing and maintaining all aspects of the website. In other words, it’s your responsibility to design an attractive, user-friendly, and secure website. Between trends, advice, and shortcuts, the aesthetics and UX of a website has been covered extensively. The security,…Continue Reading “Website security basics – everything you need to know”

responsive_pdf_tables

There’s no question that responsive web design is here to stay – online content should be accessible whatever size your screen – and this has been our philosophy at Browser for many years. Most web content, text, images, video, can be resized, reformatted, and rearranged to work extremely well on smaller devices, but how do…Continue Reading “How to fix PDF’s and tables in Responsive web design”

draganddrop

Drag and drop it like it’s hot! That’s what Dropbox said when they rolled out the drag and drop option for Chrome, Firefox and Safari. The late craze of drag and drop feature makes it hot by no means. Initially linked to the simplicity of user experience, it is acquired by more and more web…Continue Reading “3 neat web apps with drag and drop feature”