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The Anatomy of a Website – What it should have.

50 Features Small Business Websites Must Have

I some times come across this great infographics that can be very practical or very beautiful. This one is quite the first one because it shows all the different elements to consider when creating a website, both for the designer and the client. I think this “map” is essential in the communication of the designer and the client for establishing the starting point. Well, maybe second point, first is to understand the purpose of the site through the discovery process.

Tech Thursdays 2017

TECH THURSDAYS Chicago is an annual business owners workshop and curriculum series presenting practical technology solutions to help business owners advertise, accelerate and manage the growth of their small businesses.

This year I had the honor of presenting the “Better Website Design & Management” and the “Creating & Managing an Online Store” for which presentation I used the following Info-graphics that you can view here.

Better Website Design & Management

In spite of its relatively short history, web design is now a fully developed science, complete with a vast quantity of information both newbie and experienced designers should learn. Here at Awwwards, we like to think we know a bit about web design, and when it comes to learning, we like to do it visually. Instead of sending you off to battle big boring blocks of text, we’ve gathered some of the most interesting and useful infographics on web design – both theory and practice. So sit back and get ready to learn tons of new things simply by clicking through our selection of colorful graphics.

Creating & Managing an Online Store

Branding Your Busines

A Makers Wedding – Photo booth – Español

Source: A Makers Wedding – Photo booth – Español

Amazon 3D phone and “Prime” data service for June 18th

Eyebrows are raising all over the Web. Amazon, which has been rumored to be working on a 3D smartphone for months, could officially debut a new handset in just a few weeks. The company is hosting a device unveiling event on June 18 in Seattle, and anyone can request an invitation right from Amazon.


 Amazon is teasing the product in a new video, which shows a handful of beta testers reacting enthusiastically to an off-screen device. Some of the users can be seen swaying side-to-side while using the gadget, giving weight to the rumor that Amazon’s smartphone will  sport advanced eye-tracking technology that creates glasses-free 3D images via four cameras. Using this tech, users may be able to see everything from wallpapers to street maps in 3D, with each application changing based on the viewer’s perspective.

More: Amazon Smartphone Rumors

Those same sensors will reportedly allow for tilt gestures, which will enable users to navigate between apps and menus by simply moving the phone in different directions.

Glasses-free 3D has never been done on a smartphone, and Amazon needs to make sure the feature doesn’t overly strain the eyes of people who will be staring at their handset all day. The company is expected to launch two different models of its phone, so it’s possible we’ll see a non-3D variation. We’re curious if Amazon will include an off switch for 3D as Nintendo did with the 3DS.

Amazon’s upcoming device unveiling is different than most major smartphone reveals, as those events are typically announced via private invites within the industry and media. CEO Jeff Bezos must be feeling extra confident in what his company has in store, as the registration website welcomes customers, developers and journalists to fill out a form in hopes of being selected for the June 18 announcement.

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