• Website Design

    The Future of Web Design: What Can We Predict?

    Whether you’re a graphic designer or just an average web user, the world of web design is a fascinating one. But even acknowledged industry experts will be quick to wish you good luck predicting the future of web design. Looking at websites from the late 1999s or early 2000s is like a blast from the past. The clunky interfaces, ugly fonts, and horrendous color schemes look objectively awful through our spoiled eyes. However, keep in mind that they were genuinely best-in-class designs for their era. In 20 years, will we feel the same about the seemingly beautiful websites we enjoy  

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    AGENCYQ WINS DAVEY AWARDS FOR WEBSITE DESIGN

    WASHINGTON, Dec. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — AgencyQ, a D.C.-based digital marketing and website design firm, was recently named a Gold and Silver Award winner of the 17th Annual Davey Awards. The awards recognize AgencyQ’s work on the American Nurses Association (ANA) Covid-19 Resource Center website, which provides up-to-the-minute information, resources, and support for nurses responding to the Covid-19 pandemic. AgencyQ was selected for awards in the following categories: Gold Award: Crisis Communications for Websites Silver Award: Associations for Websites  “I’m very proud of the work our team did that helped make this extraordinary time a little bit easier  

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    Signs of a Successful Website Design

    Today we are spoilt for choice for internet content. No matter whether we are looking for a recipe, wanting to book a cruise, trying to find a casino game to play, or looking for some home decoration ideas, dozens or even hundreds of websites will try to offer us just that. But not all websites are the same. Some will be immersive, keeping us interested and perhaps making us book/subscribe/buy while others will make us escape within seconds.  If you run your own website, there are tricks you can use that will work and we will tell you about these.  

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    DEV.co Launches Website.Design for Providing Custom Web Design Solutions to Businesses Small and Large | State News

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    Award-Winning Website Design For Roofers / SEO Lead Gen

    Boerne, United States, Dec. 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The goal of the upgraded website design services for roofers is to strengthen online visibility for local companies struggling to find their place amid a highly competitive market. Unlike other website creation agencies, CinchLocal works exclusively with roofing businesses and is composed of a team that knows the ins and outs of the industry. More details can be found at https://www.cinchlocal.com/roofing-websites With the improved services, local companies can focus on their key competencies and not worry about creating a website that sells. CinchLocal provides front-to-end marketing services designed for roofing companies,  

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    Researchers propose a simpler design for quantum computers

    Credit: CC0 Public Domain Today’s quantum computers are complicated to build, difficult to scale up, and require temperatures colder than interstellar space to operate. These challenges have led researchers to explore the possibility of building quantum computers that work using photons—particles of light. Photons can easily carry information from one place to another, and photonic quantum computers can operate at room temperature, so this approach is promising. However, although people have successfully created individual quantum “logic gates” for photons, it’s challenging to construct large numbers of gates and connect them in a reliable fashion to perform complex calculations. Now, Stanford  

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