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Technology changes rapidly, so does customer needs and applications need to be in sync with technology advancements and user friendliness to stay ahead in the competition. Technology drives innovation in website design and helps in use of best practices for user platforms both UX and mobile platforms. Some of the trends that will come to the fore are-

Browser-Based IDEs: Browser based cloud IDEs help developers to write code with suggestions and syntax, using web browser and save code components or share or store. CodePen is one such IDE with support for HTML/CSS/JS along with custom preprocessing like Jade/Haml and LESS/SCSS.

Material Design: It is a substitute of flat design with graphics using the layers concept to separate elements. It can store and remove elements as per needs with built-in-animations without manual inputs.

CSS Preprocessors: Optimization of efforts has led to increased use of preprocessors which are code components or functions that are available in Sass mixin libraries that can reproduce repeatable code is CSS.

Typography: Responsive website designs, increased resolutions and vibrant colors have enhanced typography wherein CSS and colorful fonts will substitute for effects and texts to reduce page loading time and server load. Notables are Serifs for improved legibility with room for more elegant fonts and Handwriting to add a personal touch to logos, headers, post titles, menus, business cards etc.

Touch screens and Layouts: Users like touch events thus more and more sites being responsive to screen size, type and pressure through plugins to handle events such as tap and swipe. This will improve mobile layouts thus enabling the message to fit the screen and will speed up page loading.

Automated Task Runners: Automation is to replace manual tasks that bring quick turnaround and efficient codes like Gulp and Grunt to replace manual tasks.

Native JS Mobile Apps and Server side JavaScript: Native apps are being created and compiled with alternate libraries to create mobile apps through JavaScript. Modern developers use JS to build mobile apps without knowledge of new language. Node.Js allows developers to build websites using a single language for both frontend and backend code.

More Imagery, Less Text: Pictures and videos seek more attention than texts and search engines prefer text they can index to move text-rich content to sub-pages and the image-rich content to the homepage.

Dynamic Storytelling: Use of graphics to tell a story to inform viewers about product or services, process or timeline or any other information you want users to know.

Social Comments: Live Product Previews on home page or landing page to provide a preview of the product has directed the websites to social commenting systems on their website so that users can use their social media tools to give comment.

Designer Tools: There are cross-platform applications for designing the UX from the scratch with tools for prototype websites and design layouts. Like an Adobe Project Comet, which have cross platform applications for wire framing, visual designs, interaction design, prototyping etc…

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Content Marketing is to reach out, inform and engage our targeted audience that are searching for their answers related to your brand, through specific and focused content that add value to your brand. We at Sanah Infosolution, the leading content development company focuses on deployment of customer centric content that leads to increased brand awareness & increased brand preference through establishing your brand as a leader and forms a relationship that over time will drive to more qualified leads and conversions through a series of focused content. Digital drivers drive modern times and content marketing must respond to it according to how it wants to portray its brand to potential customers.

Customer based focus: All the content marketing efforts must be directed at what customers finds interesting and relevant. Different customers have different needs and interests and it always helps to establish the connection between the brand you wish to market and the potential customers you are targeting and gaps that exist. Once the connection is formed you can direct your content efforts to bridge the gaps and strengthen the connection with them.

Content Marketing and Social Media: Social Media is a key driver in content marketing campaign through owned, paid and earned modes; each providing a different type of users. Map your brand image to potential customer demographics and use those social media platforms to share your targeted content. Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter are some of the platforms where majority of potential buyers interact and good content strategy will definitely make the most of it through reaching out and engaging them meaningfully.

Content Marketing and SEO: A good SEO Strategy will improve your search ratio on Google and move up the ranking of your website thus creating more chances of customers coming to your website and thus increasing the chances of conversion. Using keywords, related keywords in your content is a tacit way to appear logical to customers, not just throwing keywords randomly in the blog. Reach out to creditable professionals to share your content and link to their primary resources so that links from good websites will enhance your image. Use of image, videos on blogs posts and landing pages provides good experience to users and improves your ranking with Google.

Content is good only if it can be easily found out. Sanah Info Solutions is amongst the best content development companies that articulates content for web, collaterals and social media. We as a renowned content marketing company helps to develop complete content Lifecycle that starts from strategizing and followed by deployment and marketing. For your business content assessment call us @ +91 997 408 5743/44


Modern times are driven by mobile technology and more and more people are using it for their Internet searches for their needs, thus creating an opportunity for the companies to tap these potential buyers and enhance their chances of business. Thus the companies which are accessible on mobiles will have an advantage over their competitors. In other words companies with responsive websites have better chances of interaction with the potential customers and to know their search parameters to define their digital marketing strategy.



A 2015 career builder survey of more than 2000 HR professionals revealed that 52% of the employers use social networking sites to research job candidates. Majority of hiring managers’ search for job seekers to have social media accounts on LinkedIn followed by Facebook and Twitter. So if we are not using these forums we will miss the bus to getting the job.



Technology and design styles change quickly and so can the focus of your business. Identifying what functionalities, features and capabilities are essential for your brand, as well as looking at data throughout the decision-making process, should help shape the outline for your design plan.


Sanah Infosolutions Pvt Ltd’s advise for an Online Presence.

The concept to have an online presence for any individual or an enterprise has gone thru a metamorphic change over the very near past with the advent of mobile and social media activities. To decide whether it has been positive or negative depends on what one looks for to achieve. More over it has lots of positive attributes. Continue reading Sanah Infosolutions Pvt Ltd’s advise for an Online Presence.

Is 2013 really the year of Responsive Web Design?

There might be different viewpoints to the question asked. However, one must admit that the idea of responsive web design is a relatively new concept which still a majority of people are not aware about. Earlier we used to get disclaimers with the websites like This page can be best viewed with Internet Explorer 5.0 or a later version. So, the user had to adjust for the website rather than the website adjusting according to the user. Continue reading Is 2013 really the year of Responsive Web Design?