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June 08, 2017
Written by Andrei Klubnikin, Senior Content Manager
A few years ago both users and website designers praised image sliders, narrow fonts and flat vector art. In 2017, gradients, bold fonts and experimental layouts are making a huge comeback. While UI website design trends come and go, sticking to UX best practices remains the only way to engage visitors and convert them into leads. From a UX designer’s perspective, what are the key factors of website success?
November 25, 2016
Written by Andrei Klubnikin, Senior Content Manager
This year we’ve seen the battle between containers and virtual machines, rise of React.js and birth of chatbots. In case you want to build a website or desktop application next year (or make improvements to an existing one), here are the latest web development trends for 2017.
September 14, 2016
Written by Andrei Klubnikin, Senior Content Manager
Although WordPress powers 59.2% of all websites out there (up 0.5% from 2015), some businessmen and even developers feel ambivalent about it, citing plugin conflicts, endless updates and possible hacker attacks as the main drawbacks of the CMS. Others, on the contrary, praise its flexibility, SEO-friendliness and open-source nature. Should I use WordPress for my online store or business website? Here’s the answer!
June 17, 2016
Written by Andrei Klubnikin, Senior Content Manager
 In a world where so few companies fit the traditional Product Development criteria & market windows are tight, the decision to postpone a software project might cause you financial losses in the long run. The growing demand for enterprise mobile and IoT solutions will certainly impact software development costs – and that’s already happening. Have a great idea for an app? Here’s why you should address a reliable vendor ASAP.
May 06, 2016
Written by Andrei Klubnikin, Senior Content Manager
68% of IT projects underperform. These failures are often caused by poor requirements analysis: enterprises do not write UX guidelines and functional specifications, almost never back up their ideas with use cases and set unrealistic goals. Having a clear vision of what a software system is supposed to do & how users will interact with it is...
April 13, 2016
Written by Andrei Klubnikin, Senior Content Manager
According to Tiobe Index, Java is the most popular programming language in the world. It is running on 7 billion devices and powers all native Android applications. Over the last 20 years, it has been sentenced to death again and again – only to come alive stronger than before. What are the Java software development trends for the near future? Read on to find out!

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