All posts by Ali Altaf

Technical writer and editor at Dezine Geek.
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12 Predictions About Web Design In 2015

The New Year’s Here, let’s just hope our new website does too in all its glory. We’ve had our design finalized, so as the Htmlization, and we are just waiting on our chief developer to pick up his pace. Developers, man! They’re all same and always over worked. Actually, we’ve all been pretty busy and […]

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7 Reasons Why A Responsive Website Wins In SEO

The mobile web, which is accountable for more than 60 percent of search queries from all over the world, is the future of internet. With smart phones, People today get whatever they need from the internet on the go. This is the reason more businesses today are transitioning from a desktop only web presence to […]

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Top 5 WordPress Themes For Halloween

Halloween is here! And for that you need a makeover. Aside from Costume parties and Jack o’ lanterns for your home, get your website or blog into the creepy Halloween mood with our selection of Top 5 WordPress themes for Halloween. If you are planning to attract Halloween shoppers to your site on this mega […]

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Responsive Web Design Vs Adaptive layout, Which One Rocks?

The Mobile web has been revolutionized with smartphones, and tablets with their growing popularity are throwing another wrench in to the gears. Considering this, a website of today must perform parallel and with great efficiency on a low resolution smartphone, a medium resolution tablet or a high resolution desktop or laptop. This is what a […]

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How to cook an infographic that looks and tastes great!

Infographics aren’t new in the web. But since the launch of various data-driven websites such as Fivethirtyeight and the Vox, they are becoming more popular. However, this time the viewers of infographics are not limited to desktops, but mobiles and tablets as well. In order to design an infographic for these channels, using HTML5 is […]

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Project Post-Mortem: How To Make Your Project A Success

Your project is mostly done. You’ve designed & tested it, it’s live & works. The gears are whirring on their axels just the way you wanted and your final invoice is paid. But before you move on to the next project, or your next looming deadline, did you happen to review your operations and the […]

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How to be a Design Geek (Dezine Geeks best design practices)

A good design isn’t always just about good looks. It should also perform with same efficacy, should convert and also keep on astonishing web visitors which is one of its main purposes. At the same time a good design should also be innovative or it might just get the job done; says Dezine Geek. Inspired […]

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