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As a blogger or web designer, you're always in need of assets as such as stock images, vectors, fonts, videos or icons. While there's a myriad of existing websites, a newcomer named Stockio is getting a lot of attention lately. I had a look and came back with that informative article.
Deep discounts are not the only thing you need to succeed on Black Friday. Your website will get more visitors that day than any other. If your site can't handle the increase in traffic, potential customers will give up and shop somewhere else. Missing out on all that revenue can be disastrous, so you need to make sure you're ready for the big day while there's still plenty of time to make any necessary upgrades.
Web design starts with the research, everything that you are going to put on your website, should be properly researched. And then we come up with an idea of how the website can be improvised. Then comes the designing part where we design the website and we wire-frame it. After the designing is done with proper User Interface and options, we start the coding. Coding generally requires a lot of work and patience, debugging and ensuring the proper output of the code. After the coding is done, we move forward toward testing our finished product when it comes to a testing phase.