Using inline CSS on critical page elements helps to speed up load time.
We look at what web designers should keep in mind when designing websites to be accessible to users across every device and screen size.
Diagram's Nick Melville shares how Skeleton Screens are used to enhance the user experience while a page loads.
Diagram's Nick Melville shares the importance of gathering various requirements in an Agile project.
Learn how web developers can use jQuery to create website functionality that functions smoothly and is easy to update.
Images on websites have traditionally used raster graphics such as GIF, JPEG, or PNG types. With high density displays and responsive web design necessitating more flexibility, SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) files offer better way to decorate the user interface.
Our teams use a lot of tools and techniques to build, repair, strategize, and analyze. We want your web project to run seamlessly, look sharp on any device and present your company as industry leaders.
We look at how Progressive Web Apps can provide an enhanced experience for mobile users without the need for installing a separate app.
We look at how the technology behind Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages Project can be used to create sites that load quickly for mobile users.
Learn how to diagnose and resolve issues with mobile usability that may be negatively affecting your website's search rankings.
Responsive Frameworks provide a way to quickly build responsive websites, but are they the best solution?
What is the best strategy for formatting your website's content to be presented properly across an ever-increasing number of devices and screen sizes?
Diagram addresses the challenges of Responsive Design and creating the best possible experience, no matter which browser the viewer is using.
Optimizing a website's accessibility isn't just about Responsive Web Design. Progressive Enhancement and Graceful Degradation are key techniques to include in any design project.