Searching for the ultimate social media cheat sheet? The Social Media Cheat Sheet 2017 infographic was originally published on Louise Myers Visual Social Media (louisem.com ). We found it very useful for social media enthusiasts, and would like to share it with our blog’s esteemed readers who may have missed out the original post. The infographic is updated, as of July 1, 2017. Louise Myers made the Social Media cheat sheet with minimum, optimal, and maximum image sizes for Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube.
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Infographic reveals why leaves change colour to bright yellows and rich reds.
Bournemouth-based Chemistry teacher Andy Brunning, author of the Compound Interest blog, drew up an infographic explaining the chemical compounds behind leaves’ colourful transformation. We found it interesting, and would like to share it with our blog’s esteemed readers who may have missed out the original post.
Web browser extension helps you identify fonts on the Internet.
Infographic reveals the most popular colors in 2014.
The stock image library Shutterstock analyzed data from customer downloads from its collection of 40 million images and come up with what it considers some pretty conclusive results. They have presented these results in the form of an infographic. We found it interesting, and would like to share it with our blog’s esteemed readers who may have missed out the original post.
Why is responsive design so important and how to get it right?
In today’s innovative environment, the number of devices used for browsing the web continues to grow with no sign of slowing down. Responsive design creates an optimal user experience across devices from a desktop to a smartphone, making it easier for consumers to make quick and educated purchase decisions.