Your next computer could cost $25 USD December 21, 2011Posted by pixelreda in : News , add a comment
I love shopping for my next computer; looking at video cards, selecting the word processing and web design software, upgrading the memory and of course, best of all, picking out the largest monitor I can afford. But what I hate most of all is when the bill comes because the amount of money I spent on the hardware and software is always way over my budget. I mean, why does (more…)Allgemein , add a comment
Two Physicists have just developed a new material that just might change the way that computers work. Working with scientists from the University of Manchester, Nobel Prize winning Professors Andre Geim and Kostayoa Novoselov , members of the mesoscopic physics group (more…)
Web Design Conference: WebVisions March 3, 2011Posted by pixelreda in : News , add a comment
Web design professionals are heading to Portland, Oregon, USA in May for a meeting of the best minds in the web design and computer world. Portland is known as a hotbed of hipster counter culture, software gurus and computer driven industry, the ideal setting for the 2011 WebVisions web design and Web 2.0 technology conference.
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5 Web Design Mistakes to Avoid #3: Dead Spaces August 18, 2010Posted by pixelreda in : General , add a comment
In our previous posts, we discussed some simple ways to make sure your web design is effective. When making website, the latest software and cutting edge hardware are useless unless you follow some web design basics. Here is tip number 3 to help you make your web designs as effective as possible.
Web Design Killer: Open Space
Remember to look at your web design from the visitor’s point of view. Consider the amount of competition on the internet, sure, your web design needs to stick out. But if I am searching the internet for computer hardware and I arrive at your page, you are lucky. However, if I click on your ‘new hardware offers’ button and come to a page saying coming soon, then your luck just ran out. Nothing says unprofessional and unprepared like wide open dead space on your website.