Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador Web Design & Development Articles
Latest articles from around the web
The World Wide Web is an interesting place. As the Internet has grown and become more common place, it has become a gigantic instrument of change in terms of the way in which we interact with the world and each other. Like many people, my intro to web development at school was kind of bleak. Our school ICT (Information Computing Technology) lessons taught us very little, using Dreamweaver (back when it was a Macromedia product) as a platform to visually edit a personal website with the biggest lesson being "what is a hyperlink".
You've got a bad client. Make that a really bad client. They weren't always that way, but things changed. You grew apart. You need to break up. But how do you do it? You can gracefully end a client relationship. It might not be easy, but if you have thought about cutting ties with someone […]
Adding volumetric effects to a built-in Three.js shader. The post Magical Marbles in Three.js appeared first on Codrops.
Mobile data traffic has quadrupled since 2013. In order to cope with a newly diversified device landscape, front end engineers have embraced responsive design. Responsive layouts squish and stretch, tailoring themselves to the browsing context at hand. But images -- which account for nearly two-thirds of the weight of the web -- have been stuck in the fixed-layout past. To date, developers have had to optimize images for a single context, sending either overweight or under-sized images to most of their users. Thankfully, new markup and some cutting-edge server-side technologies are allowing authors to craft images which are as flexible and adaptable as the responsive layouts that surround them. Implementing "responsive images" is the most important thing that you can do for a responsive site's performance and opens up new opportunities for visual web design. In this webinar, we'll take these new responsive image features for a spin and discuss the past, present, and future of images on the web. There will be more than 4B mobile devices in 2020. Is your website ready? Join this webinar to learn the best practices and insights about responsive images. (Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Cloudinary.)
Access All Areas have another complete set of promotional print design templates to download this week courtesy of BrandPacks. This collection of ready made poster, leaflet, business card, brochure and flyer templates is themed for web design and development companies, but the clean and multifunctional design can be tailored to suit any small business. Each […] The post Promotional Print Design Template Pack for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
While WordPress is known for making content management rather simple, the depth of this CMS is surprisingly vast. There are multiple facets to discover, but you can learn about them... The post 40 Cheatsheets & Reference Guides for WordPress appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Universal Design is not new, but the conversations around it are reinvigorated in an effort to create more accessible and equitable design projects. The concept isn't specific to websites or printed creative work, it extends to every field of design. Universal design is rooted in a set of core principles that - when used as […]
Let's make this February more colorful! Apart from a new collection of wallpapers, we also have a little creativity challenge waiting for you this month. It's the perfect occasion to share your ideas with the world -- and win a smashing prize along the way.
The tools we use can go a long way towards determining whether we produce a quality end product. And they also play a huge role in helping us stay within... The post How to Choose Hardware for Your Design Business appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
We may live in a world where many of our design and communication interactions happen via a screen, but information from screens is jumping into the live realm more and more often. While it might almost sound like something out of a science fiction movie, you will create design elements that live in the space […]
About The Coding Studio Inc.
Developing professional web applications
for Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador, for 20 years!
With years of experience and many satisfied customers, we provide the direction and assistance you require.
Custom Web Development
We specialize in complex custom web projects, from small business websites to corporate applications.
We create an experience which converts more leads and retains more customers, which increases profits.
We help to simplify and automate employee tasks, which reduces payroll and other expenses.