Parallax Scrolling in Web Designs

Creating an impression of depth while scrolling down a website by making the background images move more slowly than the foreground images. This pretty much sums up what parallax scrolling is all about.   Parallax effects have one main goal and that is making your web pages more dynamic and interesting. How? Well, simply put, by grabbing your visitors’ attention, and encouraging them to care about what you have to say. The result? Your website boasts a stylish and professional look yet is surprisingly easy to pull off with the right tools.   Most web pages are long enough to contain both ‘above the fold’ and ‘below the…

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The Importance of a Mobile Friendly Website

There’s been quite a buzz for sites to get mobile-friendly for some time now, and for those of you who haven’t reached that stage yet, you might be brainstorming what would be your next step and how important being mobile-friendly really is for you. We are all aware that our website needs to be as mobile-friendly as possible if you want to be competitive in today’s rather competitive online market. As its popularity started rising several years ago, tons of companies raced to make their sites mobile and in October 2016, mobile traffic officially surpassed desktop traffic on the internet. If talking numbers, Google states that 61% of…

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1 Page Website VS Multiple Page Website

Making the right choice between single page and multi-page design is not a simple walk to the park. Mobile and social media browsing rates being constantly rising, having simple, speedy and responsive single-page websites is often the preferred option at hand. On the other hand, multi-page websites, already conformed to conventional navigation movements, are well-known and trusted by common users. It is not an easy decision, that is for sure, however, probably the best way to make your life easier and choose and make your pick between single page and the multi-page option is to firstly analyze your site’s content structure and flow of navigation.   The single…

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