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HTML5: The Good & The Bad

HTML 5 offers users a number of benefits, including richer applications and enhanced interactivity. It is expected that over 2.1 billion mobile users will be utilizing the program by 2016. This is a significant increase from the 109 million mobile browsers who utilized it in 2010. With Facebook an...

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How popular websites make money

Have you ever wondered how popular websites make money? This resource gives some interesting information. It breaks down revenue streams into advertising, subscribers, lead generation/affiliates, selling data, freemium, and royalties. Read more

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Business Media Toronto Web Development and Web Design Team Launches New Website

Business Media Toronto web development and web design team is pleased to announce the launch of its new website - www.businessmedia.ca. The company aims to provide useful and helpful reference tools to clients, associates, colleagues, friends, and to all other interested parties who want to keep up ...

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What Browser Do You Use?

.tr_header { font: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color:#FFF; background:#003366; padding: 6px 0 6px 0; } .table td { font: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; } Statistic is an important information. Below you find the statistics of the long term trends of browser usage. ...

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HTML5 Vs. Flash Web Design

The battle between HTML5 and Adobe Flash over who will reign best is still making headline news. The general consensus is that HTML is more beneficial, emerging victorious as the new successor for rich internet applications. There are several shortcomings to HTML5 as the code falls short of...

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The 5 Essential Basics of Designing E-Commerce Websites

  Killer Content If your content is mediocre you will have wasted all that money getting an SEO expert to give your site a high Google ranking. Once the traffic arrives at your site you not only have to keep them there but transform a visitor into a customer.  This is your...

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RateHub Project Case Study

Company Vision: The RateHub website is incomparable to other mortgage websites on the net. The mortgage rates company was founded with the vision and passion of Alyssa Richard. Alyssa is a high-level thinker with a passion for mortgages. Graduating from Queen’s School of Business, she pos...

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Pomodoro Technique

“The perceived complexity of a task will expand to fill the time you allow it.” Parkinson’s Law Pomodoro Technique Overview This technique was developed in the 1980s by Francesco Cirillo. It is a time management philosophy with a process that is simple to follow. For ever...

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Launch of tbramsden.co.uk

We`ve successfully launched completely re-designed website for T.B. Ramsden, leading UK-based yarn and knitting products wholeseller.  Read more about this project and visit the live site too.

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Mobile Site vs. Responsive Design

This blog post focuses on the differences between mobile sites and responsive designs and examines the advantages/disadvantages of both. .................................................... Before reading this blog, ask yourself two questions: Do you want your mobile site to run separately ...

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Foodie Pages case study

Foodiepages is a marketplace that brings together lovers of artisan food across Canada and its producers. On the website you can find custom made products from small local producers across Canada such as honey, cookies, bread, meat and other goods of your choice. Our team has worked with the client...

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Your Browser Is Too Old! It’s Time for Change!

What happens to old browsers that are not updated? Let’s take a look at the repercussions. Why the need for change? The World Wide Web is a fast-paced medium. Sites that are booming today may be tomorrow’s dead wood in just a snap of a finger.  Think back to 5 to 10 years ...

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