Finding the right match between a web design agency and clients
9th August 2016   |   design

From time to time, during the RFQ period, we bow out of the bidding due to differences in thought process and requirements

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Tinder's unique interface is really catching on...swipe swipe swipe
2nd September 2015   |   design

Tinder has become ubiquitous with d

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Three web design trends that are hot right now!
17th June 2015   |   design

Web design evolves just like technology and also goes through its own fads and style

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On this auspicious day we launch our new website design!
21st April 2015   |   design

It gives us great pleasure to launch our new site design on this auspicious day of Akshay Tritiya.

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Attack of the clones - common designs and common websites
19th November 2014   |   design

I have watched the evolution of website design for over 15 years from simple text and link based sites to Flash based monsters to the li

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The 3 Reasons your Business Needs an Explainer Video By Shea Harris
1st August 2014   |   design

This post is by my friend Shea Harris who is the creator of I was very impressed with his

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Switching web design agencies - a few things to keep in mind for a smooth transition.
4th September 2013   |   design

Sometimes web design agencies take clients for granted and sometimes they outgrow them or vice versa. Fo

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Is your website DICEE enough? Deep, Intelligent, Complete, Empowering & Elegant web design.
22nd July 2013   |   design

This post has been inspired from an excellent article by Guy Kawasaki in which he about the

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A simple but lovely example of online product customization
23rd May 2013   |   design

We come across all kinds of customization functions as we browse websites across the net. But thanks to a client we came across this lovely example of customization. The interface is simple, works beautifully and the most important thing in any

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