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Responsive Website Design

Responsive Website Design


Posted on Jun 23, 2014

Responsive Website Design is a web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones. Unless you are new to the industry absolutely, you will have heard about responsive design. It is bound to be something you will have come across or socialized with in some way or another, even if you don’t understand it fully. In summary, responsive web design is the art of designing websites for a multitude of screen sizes and devices, so that there is an ideal experience for every user at every potential size. Web design that is responsive is at its best when it’s device agnostic; where you’re not planning to design for sizes or particular resolutions, such as for iPhone or iPad sizes. Instead you should be planning to design with design and the content in head and how this content flows and adjusts to the various environments it might be seen or used in....

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Website Design

Website Design


Posted on Jun 20, 2014

You need a site? Building the web sites is simply one-part of what we do at Vivo Graphics. However, it may be in building an internet reputation for the company that is the most significant first step. Vivo Graphics will be sure to modify your online site, be sure you are attached to all today’s common internet social media sites, in addition to suit your requirements using the newest features accessible. Below are a few of the third-party website solutions, we have used in the past to fullfill the needs of the companies we work with. If any of these platforms look like something your website will need, please bring it to our attention, when you contact...

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1 Start with clear goals Consider how Instagram fits into your overall brand marketing strategy. Is your objective to increase awareness, shift perception, or reach a new audience? Pick a goal or two that can be achieved by connecting with Instagram’s highly visual and creative community. 2 Choose themes to tell a cohesive story Choose story lines that are authentic to your brand and are best conveyed through captivating imagery. Create posts that follow these themes for a diversity of content that also remains consistent over time. 3 Take the time to create high-quality content Work with your brand or creative team to produce images and videos that are well-crafted and feel at home on the platform. Or, if you’re a one-person shop, take some time to learn from other brands and popular Instagrammers and follow their lead. Getting Started – Instagram for...

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Today Facebook proposed a raft of changes to its Statement of Rights and Responsibilities and Data-Use Policies, two separate documents that govern the way the company handles advertising, user data, and third-party retention of that data. The updates are “proposals,” Facebook tells me, and so they will accept and review comments on them from its user community. However, I doubt that the company is up for much iteration. As its Chief Privacy Office Erin Egan noted in a short statement, Facebook is “proposing this update as part of a settlement in a court case relating to advertising.” The proposals are broad and varied, so we have some ground to cover: Ads The rewritten section about ads is clear: “You give us permission to use your name, profile picture, content, and information in connection with commercial, sponsored, or related content.” In other words, Facebook can use anything you have uploaded in its advertising algorithms and systems. This is neither surprising nor out of bounds. That Facebook would employ public information supplied by its users to generate revenue is hardly evil. Importantly, Facebook will respect your privacy choices in how it uses your content: “If you have selected a specific audience for your content or information, we will respect your choice when we use it.” Good. Legal Another change to the rules will be of interest to the litigious among you: Legal action against Facebook is now limited to the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, or in a state court “located in San Mateo County.” The prior set of rules demanded a Santa Clara court, but the company moved its headquarters, thus requiring the change. Data Usage Facebook changed its data-usage rules, as well. The company now claims the right to know what sort of computer or other device you are using. So, it can tell if you are on Android or the like. This is somewhat innocuous, though Facebook does retain the right to — and this is not new — “get your GPS or other location information so we can tell you if any of your friends are nearby.” Big Facebook. That buzzing on your phone is your friend checking into the bar a block away. Sharing Your Data Facebook also claims the right to share your public information with others: “We may enable access to public information that has been shared through our services, or allow service providers to access information so they can help us provide service.” In other words, Facebook can vend your public information to others. Lock down whatever you really don’t want out there, folks. via Facebook Updates Its Policy...

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