Monthly Archives: August 2020

How to design a web / app based experience that encourages customer loyalty

You probably already know that attracting new customers costs a lot more than retaining existing customers. And you probably also know that in order to retain customers, you need to give your customers a reason to come back. The question is: how do you design the customer experience to achieve …

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Facebook withdraws classic web design in September

The classic Facebook web design will cease to exist in September of this year. All users will automatically switch to the new layout. The Facebook experience hasn’t changed much over the past 10 years. So, next September, it will be a shock for many users when they log into their …

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Facebook to remove ‘classic’ web design option next month

Facebook’s “classic” web interface is set to become obsolete in September, according to a Facebook support page spotted by Engaged. Mark Zuckerberg unveiled the refreshed design over a year ago at Facebook’s “F8” developer conference. This has been the default since May, with the option to voluntarily revert to the …

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Facebook’s old web design to be phased out in September

The “classic” Facebook experience, the interface with the iconic blue navigation bar at the top, disappears for good in September. Engaged reports that a Facebook support page has been updated, indicating that everyone will have the new design soon. Although you can temporarily revert to the old interface on the …

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Responsive or Responsive: 7 Mobile Website Design Best Practices

Responsive designJoanne Camarcé • August 17, 2020 • 6 minutes READ In 2019, 80% of users used a mobile device to search the internet. The way your website is displayed to mobile users can make or break your brand. With the number of users relying on mobile devices, it stands …

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15 web design companies and agencies in Austin you should know

With the continued growth of industries such as e-commerce, businesses are faced with an ever-increasing need to develop a powerful online presence. And hence, employment in web development keeps growing every year. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, web developer jobs are expected to increase by 13% …

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Building a progressive web app with Blazor WebAssembly – Visual Studio Magazine

The practical client Building a progressive web app with Blazor WebAssembly Unsurprisingly, it’s extremely easy to create an app in Blazor that runs outside of the browser window and (potentially) in offline mode. Before you get carried away, however, there are some key design decisions you need to make. When …

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