Mobile devices are quickly gaining in popularity and becoming one of the top platforms for viewing and interacting with websites. They are no doubt a huge consideration to website owners and businesses developing an online web strategy. Questions we often hear from clients are “Do I need a different version of my website for mobile viewing?” and “Do I need to consider building a mobile app?”
As a general rule, we believe businesses that are deploying a content-based marketing strategy should focus on their website and, if necessary, slightly adapt their existing website design for mobile usage. Standards-based websites designed with a mobile audience in mind will display and work successfully on most mobile devices with the latest browsers. More often than not, businesses who want to market their products and services online will choose to maintain one website for both mobile and desktop usage. In some cases, we consider delivering a slightly modified website layout using CSS or we develop a scaled down mobile version of a website that has been edited exclusively for the mobile user.
Mobile apps, on the other hand, are platform specific – meaning they are built and designed to run on one device and one device only. Apps are typically used if you want to literally “deliver” a product or service via the internet. In the app marketplace, consumers purchase and pay for apps that will perform specific tasks. Generally, apps are not designed simply for marketing. They are designed for delivery and are required if your program requires the use of device-specific hardware such as the camera or microphone.
A well-made app can provide a superior mobile user experience but they are very expensive to develop and maintain. And, they are platform-specific. For example, if want your app to run on the iPhone, Blackberry and Android, you will need to develop 3 different programs. So unless you are ready to keep up with ever changing mobile environments and their supporting development languages, it is just simply easier to maintain your website and optimize it for a mobile experience.
If you are marketing your product or service and hoping to bring in prospective clients, you will not find them lurking in an app store. But you will find them online searching and interacting with websites and social media. Brand new clients who do not already know about you definitely use the web and websites to find services and products they need. So, if marketing or serving expertise-based content is your primary goal, websites are the way to go.
Photo booths are awesome. They are great at parties because they loosen everyone up, and you almost always look good. They’re an excellent way to capture memories, and they create the most meaningful party favours in the world.
But did you know they’re also the best way to get interesting family photos? From wedding receptions to baby showers to birthday parties, photo booths are all the rage. Skip the expensive rental and set up a DIY photo booth for your next function or event using our step-by-step instructions.
Taking the Photos Essentially, what you would like is a real photo booth where you click a button, while the
Snappic is a cloud-based photo booth solution with many amazing features.
Provide as much light as possible to avoid weird looking shadows. If you need to bring in extra light sources, then do it. The lighting doesn’t have to be boring white light either. You can add some colour, just make sure the area is still very well lit.
Constructing a background for your photo booth is vital because it adds a tonne of character to your photos. The greatest thing about backdrops is the fact that possibilities are limitless and tend to be simple to DIY.
Photo props are an essential add-on to your booth just because they provide people something to do! They’re uncomplicated to personalise to your party’s theme and tend to be straightforward to construct using a printer, tape, wooden sticks or party straws. You can create your own or find some free printables online.
The reality is, creating a DIY photo booth isn’t very complicated. In fact, it’s relatively straightforward. And, when you consolidate the “picture taking device” with some unique photo props and backdrops, your photo booth becomes the life of the party.
The polygraph test, or “lie detector test” is a device that measures physiological responses like breathing, heart rate, blood pressure and perspiration. The underlying principle of the polygraph test is that when human beings lie they get measurably anxious and tense.
Secure Polygraph Solutions is a polygraph lie detector test company in Cape Town, South Africa, established in 2012 and is committed to truthfulness. They use a polygraph test also known as lie detector test in detecting honest answers.
The candidate is asked specific polygraph test questions while connected to sensors that will gather physiological details. This can be a very intimidating experience but the polygraph test questions will be
discussed before the test starts.
After being attached to four or six sensors, the polygraph test will begin with a pre-check interview to gain a few preliminary records in an effort to later be used for control questions. This is known as the“control question check”. Often, the interviewer may also ask the testee to intentionally lie several times to check their responses. This is a“directed lie test”. They will also ask questions like:“have you ever ever stolen something?”(even the most honest individual has “stolen” a pen from work or a sweet from their sibling which concerns them enough to reveal a strain reaction whilst answering).
Even though a lie detector test is mainly used for police investigations, it can also be used for employment screening purposes and tracing services. In most instances, the polygraph test results will be discussed with the candidate, however, there are some lie detector tests which requires additional quality control before the final results are released.
A confidential written report can be requested.
For trustworthy polygraph test and verification services,look no further.
Sometimes an off the shelf software package is not enough; it could be you have a niche business that needs special attention, or perhaps you are looking to develop an integrated system that you can improve and develop over time. In either instance you need to enlist the services of a company with relevant experience, and in South Africa the name you need to remember is Netgen. They are the best WordPress developer in Cape Town let alone in South Africa,
With many years’ experience developing and implementing a NETGEN customized software application and web design solutions for a variety of satisfied customers, Netgen is an acknowledged leader in the field, and can help with any problem you may have. Dedicated to excellent service at sensible rates, they can provide the solution you need at the right price, and they also have already developed solutions that can be tailored to your needs at sensible cost. Have a look at the Netgen website now, or get in touch and one of their team will be happy to help because you don’t want to find your self doing it on your own like this.