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How Nostalgia in Web Design Captivates Users (with examples)

Nostalgia makes users feel warm inside. Suzanne Scacca explains the user psychology behind this, and how we can utilize the effects of nostalgia in web design on users for higher conversions and engagement (with examples). ——— Right now, more than ever before, we’re seeing all sorts of nostalgic throwbacks causing us to reminisce about the good ol’ days! We’re seeing… Read More »

LEARN HOW TO USE DO NOT DISTURB MODE IN ANDROID

Our smartphones command our attention several times every day. Some people even check their phones in the middle of the night. Why do we allow this endless torrent of incoming notifications, which are often unimportant, or worse, email spam, to interrupt us? If you can’t resist that blinking LED or that buzzing in your pocket, then you need to get to grips… Read More »

17 Windows 10 problems – and how to fix them

Stop tearing your hair out and follow our tips Windows 10 has been hailed by many as a vast improvement over the previous generation, marrying the best features of ‘classic’ Windows with the best bits of Windows 8. However, no software is exempt from glitches, bugs and other assorted compatibility issues – least of all Windows 10. While… Read More »

How to Record iPhone Calls for Free

Recording phone calls is a pretty straightforward process on Android, but that’s not the case on iPhone. The App Store has some call recording apps, but we haven’t found any that work in India. None of the call recording apps on the US App Store which actually work are free, so you’re going to have to shell out… Read More »

How a motherboard is made: Inside the Gigabyte factory in Taiwan

Gigabyte is one of the biggest motherboard makers in the world, and we visited the company’s factory in Taiwan to find out how they’re manufactured. Gigabyte’s Nan Ping factory in Pingzhen City, about an hour west of Taipei, is the last remaining motherboard factory in Taiwan. It produces about 400,000 units per month, or about a quarter of Gigabyte’s… Read More »

How to upgrade Windows 10 S to Windows 10 Pro

So your PC came pre-loaded with Windows 10 S and you want to install programs from outside the Store. Here’s how to upgrade your Windows 10 S machine to Windows 10 Pro. Some devices come pre-installed with Windows 10 S, which is locked to the Windows Store for apps and games. Luckily, Microsoft offers Windows 10 S devices… Read More »

How To Do A System Restore In Windows

A Windows utility, System Restore, allows you to restore your Operating System to an earlier working state, in case you encounter some issues (corruption, faulty driver…) with the current state of your PC. It’s very simple and easy to use. You can revert to the previous system state with ease if you are not satisfied with some major… Read More »

Why a web designer should design with a mobile user in mind and how this affects SEOs

Hey folk. How you feel when you working with someone and who don’t have a good and well creative mind insight? Today i want to show you my conversation with my friend Brian. let’s take a look on our conversation & hope that will help you. So I came across this funny but accurately true statement; ‘more devices… Read More »

How to record the screen of your iPhone or iPad with iOS 11

Thanks to iOS 11, Apple’s mobile operating system will finally support native screen recording. You will be able to easily record easily comprehensive guides for your not so tech-savvy friends or family or capture your gaming achievements on video. Yes, I did beat Super Mario Run from the first time, James! With the disclaimer that the way this… Read More »

Far Cry 5 Gameplay Reveal; How to Watch Live Stream

Far Cry 5 had a host of teasers out earlier in the week and had its cover art revealed as well which confirmed some of its leaks such as not having a Wild West setting. While we’ve seen little in way of gameplay that might change soon. Publisher Ubisoft will be revealing more of Far Cry 5 on… Read More »