Our usual project structure includes three parties: The client, a designer, and a developer, all three potentially being represented by more than a single person. From the prototype has been implemented, we are using Basecamp to manage communication between parties.
The other day a client told me that he hates lightboxes. ”You can never find the X to close them,” he explained. While I think lightboxes in general are OK, my concern with them is that it’s so hard to find a good mobile counterpart.
Datepickers which resemble the traditional paper calendar are omnipresent. But if time is moving on, why not scroll through it? Of course, Apple has done it in iOS. As we think it’s a great idea we decided to build our own version of it. For the web.
Designers often ask what we need to start building a website. Over time, we have compiled a comprehensive checklist for materials that we need. Here’s what we usually ask for.
Search Engine Optimization, or SEO for short, covers all measurements that aim at making your website appear at a better position among the organic, or unpaid, results of a search engine when particular keywords are entered. In SEO terms, this is called making your website rank higher.