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Key elements for a great website

Many business’s and people believe creating a basic website for their business is all that is necessary for viewers and other traffic. This is actually not the case, because websites needs to have key elements in maintaining a successful, but also a website that will give all of the visitors and traffics what they are

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Web Designer’s Journal: Simplicity in Web Design

Recently, Google decided to show on its homepage colorful pictures as a background. Just like Bing does. A negative respond of the Internet was on an enormous scale. I was browsing many sites and I didn’t find any positive comment about a new (stolen from Bing) Google’s idea. What people love about Google is simplicity

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Testing website on various browsers

Cross-browser testing is one of the most important part of modern website development. Instead of having many browsers installed on a computer, website designers use available cross-browser testing applications and services. Most of them are expensive, however there is at least one free alternative. First, let me list paid services: BrowserCam – $1,000/year BrowserLab –

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Website loading time

According to a new study from Gomez (the company which provides the industry’s leading platform of Web application experience management solutions) customers don’t have a patience for Internet stores, ebanks and travel sites that loads slow, act unsteadily or crash during transaction seasons. The survey shows that 78 percent of consumers go to a competitor’s

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Entrepreneur.com writes about a website from our portfolio!

Royal Deer Design is working with MV Sport on the innovative project Vote For Art. Vortforart.com was created to organize graphic design competitions in partnership with major universities across the USA. Entrepreneur.com published few days ago an article about this project. Also, recently the founder of Vote For Art, Mr. Jeremy Parker, was named “New

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Opera – there are browsers worse than IE

Few reasons: – problem with displaying images, in some cases images change positions on the website during uploading the content. Finally images go to the proper place but there is some delay in interpretation of css – some input forms with option “upload file” doesn’t work with Opera, I don’t want to go into technical

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