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 .
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