Why retailers are betting big on image search
Amazon and the online furniture retailer Wayfair have rolled out image search across their mobile platforms, representing the first real application of the technology to e-commerce. Here’s why more retailers will follow suit, and think hard about their "camera strategy".
Why are short-form content platforms removing their content limits, and what does that mean for content producers?
Instagram and Vine are increasing their video limits – is this the end for short-form content?
The basics of improving your website's page loading times
There is one factor that can cause your visitors to stop dead in their tracks and leave your site never to return, what is this all powerful factor that can ruin all your plans to be the next Amazon or Reddit? Loading speed.
What Apple’s policy on Watch apps means for you.
Apple has confirmed that it will be making so-called “native” apps mandatory on 1 June, but with so few apps actually running natively to the Apple Watch, developers are racing against time to hit the June deadline.
Breaking the Lorem: Why content has to become a design concern
Once upon a time copy was a dirty word for UI designers. Layout was all about grids and page components. But it’s time for this to change.
Five steps you cannot miss when setting up your HTTPS website
Many brands are transferring their websites to HTTPS. However, many are making fundamental mistakes that are impacting their user experience, search ranking and their site security.
Sites with app interstitials will lose mobile friendly tag
Websites that serve interstitial ads to promote a mobile application will be stripped of their mobile friendly tag from November, Google has confirmed.
Google experiments with special ranking for mobile-friendly sites
Google is experimenting with a special mobile ranking, handing out a ‘mobile friendly’ label which could earn sites special treatment in the mobile algorithm.