Last week has been quite busy for our Android and iOS developers as we wanted to improve our popular iMagic extension for Magento and decided to build a related app.
Organizing content is a unbelievably common task for developers: for example, they are making actual design decisions when creating a confirmation e-mail, developing a backend help system, organizing the search results page on a website, or when they display a complex algorithm output for the end user.
The term “Responsive Web Design” (RWD) refers to websites that can automatically shape to different devices. These websites adjust to fit the varying screen sizes of smartphones, tablets, netbooks and desktops, reducing the user’s need to resize or scroll page contents and immediately find what they are looking for .
Do you remember old school HTML websites? Probably The World’s Worst Website may help to look back in the past and remind you how ugly first HTML websites were and how much effort we had to spend to quickly find different categories and try not to freak out with the flashy font colors. I remember that what I have thought when I first used internet almost 18 years ago was: “This is cool but honestly I will never read an entirely text page!”.
Visual communication has reached a critical role in the past decade and nowadays blogs, websites and online newspaper are filled with eye catching videos and pictures in order to arouse users’ interest towards them. Continue reading
We are very proud to announce that QuirkyFoxLabs is going to be an official sponsor of MageDay Italy 2014. The event will take place in Parma on 7 November and we are already getting excited for this important meeting that is going to be a great chance for our developers to network with Magento and e-commerce professionals. Continue reading
Last year, in a cold and foggy Autumn, we decided to set a new goal for our future projects. The challange was simple: put together a bunch of young delevopers to create our first custom made Magento theme. Continue reading