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Mega Menus in Web Design

Build faster, better website navigation without compromising your visitor experience using mega menus. The concept of mega menus has been around for a number of years in a variety of visual formats but the idea is generally the same. Think of it like a hover navigation on steroids or in...

Parallax Scrolling in Web Design

What is parallax scrolling in web design? Parallax web design refers to the use of visual effects combined with 2D scrolling to create the illusion of depth and layers in a user’s experience. This concept uses different background and foreground designs that move at different speeds to convey a seamless...

Responsive Website Design

Responsive website design and development refers to the creation of a singular design structure that supports more than one device viewport (or in laymen’s terms, multiple screen sizes). To put this into context, a fully responsive design adapts itself to large displays and to smartphone screens (as well as everything...

Hero Images in Web Design

What’s a hero image? You’ve actually very likely already seen them in website design around the Internet even if the name isn’t familiar to you. One phrase that comes to mind is “center of attention”. To many, the definition of a hero image is a large image or set of...

Browser Caching & How To Clear It

What is Browser Caching? To reduce page load time and to optimize bandwidth usage, your browser will store temporary web documents (such as HTML pages and images) of the website pages you visit on your computer. This feature is commonly referring to as browser caching and the locally stored files...

Vector vs. Rasterized Files Types

What is it about vector files that make designers go wild? Let’s start with the basics. Designers are special creatures that love pixel perfect files that can be used anywhere, at any size with absolute clarity and consistency. What does it mean to have an image or a logo in...

Website Usability & Accessibility in Web Design

The usability/accessibility aspects of designing any website should be a well thought out series of steps that don’t overburden clients but that help to ensure a polished result while limiting iterations to the extent possible along the way. In the design process for a recent website that IQComputing built, our...

Mobile Website Introduction

Mobile optimized websites are designed and developed for smartphones and tablets to best optimize your website’s data to make it legible and to enhance user experience. Literally at a user’s fingertips, your mobile website visitor will have quick access to your contact information and with location awareness they will easily be...

Mobile App Websites Introduction

Why Mobile Web Apps Are Better For Business Than Native Apps: Because of the high cost, slow update restrictions and unique app store platforms (i.e. Apple Store, Google Play Store, Blackberry/Windows App Store) of a traditional mobile app, we find mobile app websites to be more reasonable when it comes...

Website Visibility Factors

When beginning a new project, a common concern is if viewers will see a website the same. The short answer? No. There are many condition factors that determine if a website is displayed the same or not. For example, if two users are using the same conditions, then yes – a...

Design Process

Before we initiate the design phase of a website project, we require our clients to complete our design brief questionnaire. Within this questionnaire, you will be given the opportunity to provide specific details regarding your company (i.e. your target audience, company message, etc.) and thorough design notes (i.e. what colors...

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