UI Design Trends for Mobile Apps in 2018

1). Overlapping effects The overlapping of fonts, graphics and colors cannot only make UI designs more eye-catching and distinctive, but also create a sense of space. And that’s also why overlapping of different mobile app UI design elements has been widely used by designers in recent years. Moreover, in some cases, the overlapping of the same elements, combining with shadows, will also make the whole mobile app interface designs more… Read Article →

Visual trends to look out for in 2018

Dynamic Typography Typography has always been a huge part of design and has always been a long standing trend that won’t be going anytime soon. While typography has always been a huge part of web and poster design, animation is now combining with typography to create beautiful, flowing messages as another way to convey the message of the animation. Imagination is the only limitation when it comes to animating typography… Read Article →

3 Ecommerce Site Design Trends for 2018

 1. CSS Grid Layout Websites evolved from simple documents into complex, interactive applications, techniques for document layout, e.g. floats, were not necessarily well suited for application layout,” wrote World Wide Web Consortium editors in the CSS Grid Layout recommendation. “By using a combination of tables, JavaScript, or careful measurements on floated elements, authors discovered workarounds to achieve desired layouts. Layouts that adapted to the available space were often brittle and… Read Article →

How blockchain technology can benefit supply chain management

Disintermediation reflects the fact that no single party has authoritative control. Blockchain helps prevent fraud because participants “will constantly see and check each other’s mutations. Should someone wish to mislead the network, they would have to get each participant on board to get it done”, he said, offering the example of a group of insurers. Blockchain is not merely a tool to prevent fraud, however. Most unwanted changes are, the… Read Article →

Bringing Blockchain Technology to E-Commerce: Current Trends

While online retail sales have increased astronomically over recent years, in the online retail space, from shoes, to purses, and even to software-as-a-service (SaaS), retailers are facing challenges in the ways that they reach and satisfy customers. New Blockchain technology solutions are coming that will help to simplify the customer acquisition process, as well as help customers to make informed choices before buying. Retailers and returns We’ve all been there. You… Read Article →

Emerging Trends in Blockchain and Bitcoin App Development

Today almost all industrial verticals require bitcoin app developers and bitcoin app development solutions. The solutions affixed with the Blockchain are actually out stepping the prescribed standards and statistics and are quite in very much demand. By now, the bitcoin app development is ruling the entire payment landscape, and will continue to bloom in 2018 as well. Of late, bitcoin introduced the blockchain technology that can now be said as… Read Article →

Six Technological Advancements That Have Changed Sports

Hawk-Eye Technology Just as it sounds, this technology uses 6-7 high-end cameras situated above the field of play (e.g. a birds-eye view) to analyze the flight and trajectory of an object being used in sports competition. Most commonly used in tennis, cricket, rugby and volleyball, Hawk-Eye Technology has been in use since 2006 in tennis and is more accurate than a judges eye. Benefits of this technology: Hawk-Eye technology helps to… Read Article →

Understanding Smart Cities: Innovation Ecosystems

  Currently there are more than 140 ongoing Smart Cities projects around the world (Lee et al., 2014). Smart Cities initiatives aim to “provide more efficient services to citizens, to monitor and optimize existing infrastructure, to increase collaboration amongst different economic actors and to encourage innovative business models in both private and public sectors” (Marsal-Llacuna et al., 2015: p. 618). In order to achieve these goals, Smart Cities rely on… Read Article →

FDA Approves New Continuous Glucose Monitoring System

  The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) system for people with diabetes ages 14 to 75 years. Medtronic is marketing the system as Guardian Connect, the first smart standalone CGM system to help people with diabetes stay ahead of high and low glucose events. The Guardian Connect system empowers people using multiple daily injections (MDI) to more proactively manage their diabetes…. Read Article →