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Google Analytics Spam; What is it?

We have all heard of SPAM (the word SPAM actually stands for nothing. It’s not an abbreviation of anything). But we all associate it only to the emails that we receive. Some call it Junk Mail or Bulk Mail. Simply put, anything that we never requested and still get in our emails can be considered […]

We have all heard of SPAM (the word SPAM actually stands for nothing. It's not an abbreviation of anything). But we all associate it only to the emails that we receive. Some call it Junk Mail or Bulk Mail. Simply put, anything that we never requested and still get in our emails can be considered as SPAM. But this article is not about SPAM in our emails, it's about the SPAM that we receive in our Google Analytics account. Now,

at this moment - if you do not have Google Analytics on your website or any sort of tracking software that monitors your website's traffic - then add it immediately. We cannot stress enough on the fact of how important and essential it is to have a traffic analytics system in place to monitor your website. The implications of not having one in place means you are simply running a business without tracking how much money you make. (more…)

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How architecture changes for the Deaf; and inspires User Experience thinking.

User experience is more that just our website or mobile app, it is about every touch point that your business has with people. It’s about paying attention to detail.

How architecture changes for the Deaf; and inspires User Experience thinking.

A few days back I came across this video created by Vox that talks about how important it is to think about architecture, interior design & engineering when you design for those who are Deaf. The case study is based around the Gallaudet University in Washington

DC which is one of its kind. The entire architecture of the university has been thought through based on how those who cannot hear, will interact with spaces. Sound plays an important role in our daily lives, and without that we react to things very differently. (more…)

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How to Multiply Your Content Marketing Efforts

Good content is king. It’s becoming more and more important in the world of marketing, because it can feature so many other forms of marketing at the same time. In fact, working other forms of marketing into your content strategy can help you multiply your efforts.

How to Multiply Your Content Marketing Efforts

Back in November 2015, we wrote a post about what is content marketing, and how can it help your business. Here is the next post in the series of content marketing for the digital age today. Good content is king. It’s becoming

more and more important in the world of marketing, because it can feature so many other forms of marketing at the same time. In fact, working other forms of marketing into your content strategy can help you multiply your efforts. (more…)

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What is Content Marketing and How Can it Help Your Business?

So what is content marketing, then? Well, it’s pretty simple. Content marketing is the use of that content — any of it — to help meet a marketing goal for your organization.

What is Content Marketing and How Can it Help Your Business?

You've heard the buzz. "Content is king," they say... "Content is everything," even. Do you think that is true? Is traditional marketing not as effective as it used to be? Many will claim that it is not. Traditional marketing is quickly being

replaced - and it's not with digital advertising or marketing. The answer is content marketing, which begs the question, what is content marketing and is it possible to employ content marketing in your business? The short & simple answer is - Yes... (more…)

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What Do UX and UI Have in Common with the Human Body?

UX & UI are different, but they work together to support the same goals. In web design, they can’t really exist without one another. As a digital agency in dubai we provide detailed UX & wireframing services.

What Do UX and UI Have in Common with the Human Body?

UX and UI are similar yet very different aspects of web design and development, and we like to think of

the human body as a great way to compare the roles of UX and UI in web design. (more…)

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The first website ever; and how has web design changed thereafter

The web has come a long way since Tim Berners-Lee created the first website way back in 1991. Lets find out how web design has changed in the last 20 years.

What is the internet? Perhaps a perplexing question that is asked by many. In the year 1983, ARPANET - which was the network that became the basis for the Internet and first conceptualized in 1969 by the U.S.

Advanced Research Projects Agency, adopted the TCP/IP protocol and that is how the internet was born. But it was not until 1991, when computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web, did we get to see websites. (more…)

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So, you want to redesign your website? Explore the 5 fingers of website redesigning

So you’ve decided to redesign your website. That is a good step; keeping your site fresh and up to date with modern trends and changes is imperative for a successful brand. Hence here are the “5 fingers of website redesigning” you need to keep in mind.

So, you want to redesign your website? Explore the 5 fingers of website redesigning

So you’ve decided to redesign your website. That is a good step; keeping your site fresh and up to date with modern trends and changes is imperative for a successful brand. Technology changes often, and you

need to keep up with it. Why? well because your target audience is. Hence here are the "5 fingers of website redesigning" you need to keep in mind. Let us explore what these are; (more…)