As usual, with the re-launch of our new company website, we try to incorporate as many new technologies and best practices into it as possible. One of the more obvious updates for the previous launch of the website was the re-developed of the entire website in Drupal 7. This time, besides many content, usability, and conversion updates, we've decided to try out the new 1140px CSS Grid layout.
After extensive research and development, we've come to the conclusion that this particular grid system will be the most beneficial addition to our online strategies. Not only does the website easily adapt to most of the mobile devices (try it out on your phone) and older computers, it also degrades quite nicely in a few older browsers as well. This means that with this release, we get a wider reach in audience and less development time.
In this post, I've included a reference image and a PSD file (layered transparent overlay) for anyone who also develops using the 1140px layout and wishes to find out what the dimensions are in pixels.
It is no surprise that in order to sell products, most of the companies retouch/enhance them.
This always raises mixed opinions in the consumer circles, but then again, ask yourself: would you ever buy the McDonald's cheeseburger if it looked like it does in real life (if you've never had it before - because they are delicious otherwise)?
Lately we have been doing quite a bit of research and development for bigger corporations that require a very clean and extremely user friendly way to present all of their content (which in some cases is quite overwhelming, to say the least) online.
After many, many hours of research I have personally come to a conclusion that most of the corporate websites suck and the ones that don't are very few and far in between.
Without further ado, my list of top corporate websites: