Favicons give an identity to your website, helping to separate your site from the rest. The icons are increasingly more crucial as desktop clients and mobile devices let users pin useful sites for quick access. It’s important to get the favicons right so that regardless of where your site is pinned, your users will always get the best-looking icon. Here I shall explain how to easily add a favicon to your website.
Many believe that Search Engine Optimization and User Experience design are two worlds divided in the universe of Web. But it is not so, SEO and usability actually work together always for a better website experience and the importance of UX in SEO has increased lately.
Google in recent times increasingly considers user behavior signals. Factors like page load time, button size on a mobile screen and ad cluttering above the fold all speak to the weight of user experience signals in the organic search algorithm. So, optimizing websites for the search engines and the design of the user experience lead to the same objectives. Continue reading
Push notifications term is mainly used in mobiles, to send notifications to users devices whether they on Android, iOS or Windows Phone OS. Push notifications allow your users to opt-in to timely/real time updates from sites they love and allow you to effectively re-engage them with customized, engaging content. Recently, the Chrome 42 supports the Notification API and and Push API.
Layzr.js is a small, fast and dependency-free library for lazy loading images. This library makes it completely painless – maximizing speed by keeping options to a minimum. Lazy loading of images boosts page speed by loading of images until they’re in view-able part of the screen.