Yes we’ve made it, well almost.
Last year we were lucky enough to attend the Internet Retailing Expo (IRX) event with our client Wing Yip. Over the course of two days, sat alongside Wing Yip, we listened and discussed thoughts and ideas with various retail and technology providers from a wide range of channels. We must have made an impression; on the IRX homepage we can be found on the feature image.
With it only being three months since the release of WordPress 4.0, 4.1 could be expected to be short and brief, however there are a lot of key features which are being greatly anticipated.
Due in December, the WordPress 4.1 release will feature several important changes, including a new default theme, improvements for theme developers, new modes available in dashboard and overall performance enhancements.
With an aim to increase conversion rates achieved by customers, Facebook has recently allowed up to three products to be shown on a single advert. This feature will be available for both desktop and mobile platforms. Each advert can now hold up to three unique products, allowing each product their own image and description.
With over 2.3 million Creative Cloud subscribers, Adobe’s recent update to its cloud platform has IT user’s attention. Creative Cloud offers a subscription based service offering 14 of its most popular applications including Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and InDesign. To accompany these applications, three new mobile applications for iPad have been launched; Adobe Sketch, Adobe Line and Adobe Photoshop Mix.
In the past, all users would view web content through traditional desktops; these fixed pages had no need to modify themselves for varying screen resolutions. Now that smartphones and tablets are widely used, it is essential for developers to design sites which are compatible with mobile devices. With the current range of technologies offering so many different screen resolutions; websites have to accommodate, so that users can clearly interact with a page. Similar to most professions, web developers have created common practices that are used in the industry. Two of these practices are known as responsive and adaptive design.