Online education portals like Udacity and Coursera are really changing the world of remote learning in significant ways. By making free and high quality education accessible to a global audience, these platforms are opening up undreamt of possibilities for communities around the world to improve, grow, and prosper in the digital economy of the 21st century. Education at top tier colleges and universities has traditionally been a social and economic privilege, but now anyone can join in the learning revolution by sitting in virtual classrooms with the world’s best and brightest educators. Whether this involves learning how to code and build smart phone apps, or starting up a new business, or learning about public health literacy, the sky is the limit of what’s now possible.

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OS Commerce vs Other Shopping Frameworks

Most websites exist to promote products and/or services.  If your site falls in this category visitors will need the option to browse and purchase products directly and thus is one great way to increase sales of your goods and services.   Enter the E-commerce world and a major tool you will need is a shopping… Read the full post

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Top 3 Online Web Design Tools

A review of prototyping tools for web and mobile app design Prototyping tools can aid in the development process by separating the user experience from the coding.  This allows designers to communicate how an application should look and function, uncover issues early on and develop graphical project assets prior to and during application development without… Read the full post


The magic behind the CSS (part 2)

In part one of this series we reviewed new background, border and text effects, as well as the @font-face rule. You can perform graphic manipulations, and animations with CSS3 also, this article will introduce you to CSS3 transformations, transitions and animation.


The magic behind the CSS 3 (part 1)

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets; it’s a presentational language used to separate formatting and appearance of elements from the content specified in the mark up, like HTML.  Style sheets have been in use in one form or another since the dawn of the web, but in the past ten years CSS has seen major… Read the full post