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80+ Fascinating & Funny WiFi Names To Make Your Neighbor Smile

Funny WiFi Names

To stand out from the crowd, a few people try to make their WiFi network name funny. And sometimes doing so, they come up with something creative. Some routers names are a way to deliver a strong message to neighbors and some are just the result of creative thinking. If you’ve bought a brand new ...

40+ Inspiring Examples of Visual Storytelling Websites

Slam Dunk History

Storytelling is a powerful approach, when done right, it can attract visitors to convert more effectively. Designing a website with visual storytelling is a big challenge. Not every visual story has to be interactive, however, must be engaging. If visitor barely look at it, or get bored, then what was the point of creating a ...

22 Best Valentine’s Day Websites and Apps

On Valentine’s day men shoot themselves in the foot, often with the guns that they have cluelessly bought for their girlfriends or wives as a valentine gift. Some people express their love for each other by sending greeting cards or presenting flowers. But, for many men, buying a Valentine present often ends in disappointment and ...

20 Web Design Trends for 2017

Parallax design

Every year, the web industry goes through an evolution cycle to stay engaging and inspiring. It’s time to look ahead and predict how web design will evolve over the next twelve months. From functionality to typography and color, immersive storytelling to virtual reality and AI-powered chatbots, 2017 will be a year of new ideas and fresh visual ...

Facebook News Feed Ranking Factors | The complete Guide

Facebook News Feed Ranking Factor - The simplified equation RIP BUTT

Facebook is filtering news feeds, WHY? Every time someone visits Facebook there are around 1500 news feed on average (per day) and most users don’t have time to see them all. Also, every page on Facebook wants to show their posts to all active users. These reasons are forcing Facebook to play a role of ...

40 Websites to Download Free STL Files for 3d Printing

yeggi

The trend of 3d prints is growing; more and more users are looking for new and fun projects they can 3d print at home. You can also start once you get a 3d printer. All you need is material and 3d blueprint to print your product. The 3d blueprint comes as .STL format (stands for STereoLithography), which contains data describing the layout ...

15 Mobile App Search Engines | for both Android and iOS

Mobile9

You have dozens of apps installed on your smartphone. Where did you find them? Most probably, you have searched the app on app store or play store. Unfortunately, searching capabilities of these giant stores is far from better. It doesn’t help you find the best alternative of what you are searching for. Sometimes you need to ...

10 Beautiful Concept for a Redesigned Facebook

The Conceptional Approach

Facebook looks great with the app editions of its service for iOS, Android and Windows, but the desktop interface has fallen behind new design trends. Facebook serves a very particular user experience with some good elements, and other not-so-impressing elements. Rather just sitting around and complaining, some designers took matters into their hands. They have ...

215+ Google Ranking Factors – The Ultimate List

We all know that Google uses more than 200 factors to rank a particular web page in search index. Today, we are highlighting all these factors together. Below is a graph showing all important parameters: Some of below factors were never confirmed by Google; however, they are listed according to the expert opinions and numerous case ...

Google Search Algorithm Change Timeline – Major Updates

Google Search Algorithm Timeline

Every month Google changes its search engine algorithm to provide better results than the past. However most of the changes are minor. It is very important for webmaster and bloggers to know how often they make changes and what’s the impact of change. We all have heard about major changes like Panda and Penguin which ...

The Internet Then and Now [Infographic]: How Far We’ve Come

Internet history

With all the world’s information at our fingertips, we have come a long way from the late 1960’s network, Advanced Projects Agency Network (ARPANET), which was developed to connect government computers. That was the time when computer were huge, cumbersome and not very user friendly. No one from the ARPANET team could have imagined what was ...