When creating a website we all know that CSS is the one that is responsible for making it look nice and appealing to the eyes of the user. Before we go ahead to know more about it, do you know what CSS means? Actually, CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. It allows the web designer to control the appearance and layout of multiple pages all at once.
A writer can write more stories but he’s not sure whether all of his novels or stories will become best sellers. A musician or a songwriter can create songs but not all of it will be classics. A painter can paint thousands of paintings but the percentage of his works to become a masterpiece is still unsure. In photography, a photographer’s first 10,000 pictures are his worst. A graphics artist can design more artworks but the possibility that all of his works will be approve by a client is still unsure. If you do this for a living what will you choose between “Quantity or Quality”? Some may think that it is quantity over quality but others think it is the other way. In my opinion I chose “Quality over quantity”.
Even though I have little experience, I would like to give some tips to those who are planning on becoming a software developer. Although I do not claim to have much programming wisdom or experience, but because these tips have always helped me, I’m going to share them to you.
Website designers might laugh at me while reading this or maybe say “yes it‘s true” quietly. Unfortunately I’m not one of you guys..I’m just staring around and walking around and talking around and suddenly a blog pop-up to my mind and translate it through my bare hands and here it is.
Your website project is not an easy thing to do. You might find it simple but there are functionalities that you may want to put in. A simple widget may take intense programming. A slider may need a perfect image sizing. And there’s a lot more.
Are you familiar with the sound of a bundy clock? The clock in our office will record our time in and time out. Do you remember what you doing between your time in and time out?
I believe that there are many ways to communicate with your customers. Either through phone calls, emails, instant message or even through a blog post. These are all valid ways of communicating with your clients, although these are not exclusive. Our obligation is to find out which method will work best.
I’m a social media addict. I do Facebook, online games and lots of internet fun! When I first joined DCGWS, I started as an Office Assistant. I did clerical jobs and data encoding, but I was given an opportunity to try other things and I got myself in the challenging world of web programming.
No question about it, the world is changing. The way we daily interact with each other has changed dramatically in the past few years.
I remember my first WAP-enabled mobile phone. It was simply amazing. Not only could I send SMS messages and make calls from virtually anywhere, I could even check my email and browse the web. Sort of.
By Cris Santos
Let me share you a story; a story that started in a small office cubicle.
One thing I love about this company is that its got a heart for making dreams a reality. I was into movies, doing small films, making funny posters, doing nothing but funny stuffs over the internet. I have no idea that it is something that can build a good future, until I met David.