Web and Graphic Designs: Hot Trends 2014

Web designing and graphic designing isn’t just about putting the information for the client and making it all look presentable, rather it’s about keeping in mind what is in demand. To keep abreast of the new developments in market and latest techniques aids the designers to anticipate and deliver better. In order to simplify your search, we bring to you the hottest trends of this year, 2015 that already have and will continue to take the web designing industry by storm. Flat Designs: This trend is sure to not just stay but also grow. Its demand has increased almost two folds and its minimalistic outlook is user-friendly. The design avoids cluttering of graphics, boldly uses the blank and yet looks sophisticated. With the increased use of mobile-net, this trend has got a further impetus. Responsive Technique: This trend has hit the market hard and has made the designers and analysts put on the thinking cap. It has become a must have for latest sites, however it should be used in moderation as mobile users are often irritated by the time it takes to load. Typography: The users have been so bored by the usual fonts that they seldom like to pay attention to the usual Times New Roman or Arial font. Typography has always been influential but this year it’ll be more so as designers feel free to experiment with size and style. Infographics: Since what you see is catchier than what you read, emphasis has been to develop informative graphics that provide all the information in an innovative manner. Not only are they visually more appealing but are...

Diet Soda? No Thank YOU!

How Aspartame In Diet Sodas Can Harm You Along with a daily run and saying no to that cheesy slice of pizza, if you thought switching to diet sodas would help you lose weight, think again. Diet sodas if not “diet” in actuality, are much more harmful than you’d think. Basically instead of sugar, these drinks are sweetened with artificial products like cyclamate, saccharin, acesulfame-k or sucralose and last but not the least, the most dangerous of them all – aspartame. With no sugar and a calorie free labeling, most of you would think that these drinks would help you trim off those extra inches. However, not only does it have no effect on you losing weight, it has added disadvantages to your body. A person with a regular intake of diet soda will most definitely suffer from at least two of these conditions: Elevated blood pressure Abdominal Obesity High fasting glucose Low HDL Cholesterol High triglycerides Here are some of the most dangerous effects of diet sodas that will hit an average consumer over the long run: Obesity: The words “diet” from diet soda, and obesity may not mix well, but it has been proved by a University study that the more diet sodas a person consumes, the greater is their risk of getting overweight. Tricking your body into thinking its consuming sugar will only make you crave for more. Artificial sweeteners like aspartame disrupt the body’s ability to regulate the daily calorie intake. Cell Damage: The chemicals used in diet sodas can damage DNA. These preservatives are also responsible for causing allergic reactions, hives and asthma Teeth...