Sunday, June 30, 2013

Generic Web Hosting Services

Web hosting concerns itself with the launching of a website on to the internet. To be truly launched means that the website in question is ready to be accessed and viewed by users and from anywhere that has an internet service.

Web hosting includes but is not limited to:

• Registration: A domain name must be generated so that it is one of a kind. It also helps if the domain name is memorable. This domain name must then be registered with the World Wide Web and serves as a website’s registered identity. (ex.

Thursday, June 27, 2013

SEO Does Not…But Rather…

Search Engine Optimization is a key part of web development. It is included in the category of marketing where the goal is to generate high visitor frequency for a given website and to have the said website earn high rankings from a search engine such as Google or Bing. SEO’s is the maintenance of a website where a web page is "optimized” by ideally being in the first pages of a result list.  

Web development companies have generally the same approaches, though different strategies, when it comes to SEO marketing. Though over the course of the technology era, there have been a few misconceptions on the subject. 

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Guidance on Website Buttons That Don’t “Push People’s Buttons”

For those who are unaware, when someone says “pushing a person’s button”, it means to annoy or pester someone. Whatever it is that gives a person the sense of annoyance, may it be a person or any given thing, is “pushing” that person’s “buttons”. Believe it or not, some internet frustrations users may have come from the buttons of a web page. This is not a good sign. After all, the goal of a web design is to make a web page appealing and user friendly. 

Web development has always included graphic design and web development companies assure their clients that their web pages are well designed. As such, here are some guidelines that most web designers follow when formatting the buttons on a graphic design.

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Translate Page Into… Color

Given that the internet is internationally available, there are pages that are in every language. That is why search engines have a function that asks the user if they would like that page translated from a foreign language to one that the user can understand.

What if the concept and guidelines of this language functionality were taken and applied in a different medium? What if a different medium of a website or web page could be “translated”? What if this medium was color accessibility? By this, it is being implied that color is made accessible to those who suffer from color blindness.