The internet has grown into a socially-collaborative workplace, allowing people to coordinate and communicate with each other through many tools. With convenience at the top of many innovator’s minds, there is no doubt that we are all starting to rethink the internet from a database of information into an active medium, which anyone can use to gain presence and productivity.
If you have a great idea for a blog, or want to take your products and services into the virtual marketplace, now is the time to make the jump and build your first website. Even with the UK research company Netcraft reporting that around 649 million websites were active as of April 2013, the billions of people connected to the Internet are always looking for the next great thing. Of course, if you don’t know what you are doing when you start designing the page, don’t expect much success from your first foray into the digital landscape (image via shutterstock).
The year 2013 has seen a number of great smartphones and mobile devices. From the release of the Galaxy Note 3 to the iPhone 5S, it can be difficult to decide which of these delightful tech-based treasures is best for you. After all, most people can’t afford to buy multiple smartphones. Here are some of the factors that you’ll want to consider when you are making your decision (image via shutterstock).
A career in graphic design is something many people might feel they aren’t capable of achieving, but this isn’t the case at all. The availability of accredited educational courses from reputable institutions is there for all to see, so if you’re feeling like a frustrated designer now is the time to start making enquiries.
Today the devices through which consumers can access gaming are quite varied. Traditional devices would include items such as desktop computers and laptops. These are often very powerful, but have low mobility without a carry case or other means of transport. Nowadays, these devices are often overlooked by gamers in favour of more compact and more portable devices and that is why tablets and mobile phones are often the gadgets of choice for online gaming.