Working on a recent website project got me thinking about future of modern content design and delivery. It is often we think about the website as a bunch of static pages which are changed once a week (or once a month) based on the feedback from Google Analytics and figures from sales. This is, however, is not how I feel it should be in the year 2015.
America’s housing market is a factor everyone likes to talk about, mention in the news and align with general economic recovery process. With multiple “bubble events” in the last decade, people still consider it a pretty potent investment opportunity.
In this world of ever-changing technology, keeping safe on the internet is of paramount importance. The dangers of going online can range from sharing your personal social media profiles to sharing your payment details, and it’s important that you know how to look after yourself before committing to that click. To find out how to keep safe online, read our easy five-step guide.
New York City is a fun place to live and work, and absolutely anyone can make money here with professions you would never imagine could pay well.
Some of those occupations don’t even require much education, with compensations, mostly percentage based, shooting up to the sky.
Instagram has a problem.
It’s quite easy to snap a photo and apply filter from the Instagram app, but what’s the use of your media, if only you or your followers can see it? Digital content accumulated for years stored in the cloud with only select ones being able to see it. How about making it public and easy to navigate?