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 Important Rules in Website Design

When it comes to your website, extra attention should be paid to every minute detail to make sure it performs optimally to serve its purpose. Here are seven important rules of thumb to observe to make sure your website performs well.

1) Do not use splash pages

Splash pages are the first pages you see when you arrive at a website. They normally have a very beautiful image with words like “welcome” or “click here to enter”. In fact, they are just that — pretty vases with no real purpose. Do not let your visitors have a reason to click on the “back” button! Give them the value of your site up front without the splash page.

2) Do not use excessive banner advertisements

Even the least net savvy people have trained themselves to ignore banner advertisements so you will be wasting valuable website real estate. Instead, provide more valueable content and weave relevant affiliate links into your content, and let your visitors feel that they want to buy instead of being pushed to buy.

3) Have a simple and clear navigation

You have to provide a simple and very straightforward navigation menu so that even a young child will know how to use it. Stay away from complicated Flash based menus or multi-tiered dropdown menus. If your visitors don’t know how to navigate, they will leave your site.

4) Have a clear indication of where the user is

When visitors are deeply engrossed in browsing your site, you will want to make sure they know which part of the site they are in at that moment. That way, they will be able to browse relevant information or navigate to any section of the site easily. Don’t confuse your visitors because confusion means “abandon ship”!

5) Avoid using audio on your site

If your visitor is going to stay a long time at your site, reading your content, you will want to make sure they’re not annoyed by some audio looping on and on on your website. If you insist on adding audio, make sure they have some control over it — volume or muting controls would work fine.

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Bridging The Gender Gap

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 BRIDGING THE GENDER GAP AT DUBLIN TECH SUMMIT 2018
The gender imbalance within the tech industry is a continued challenge to overcome and in an effort to effect change, Dublin Tech Summit are proud to announce that since DTS ’17, their Women in Tech initiative has grown massively and is a major part of this years event.
Dublin Tech Summit as an ever-growing technology event and platform, recognises the importance of not only promoting female tech leaders achievements, but also the urgency to continuously support women in tech from day one of their careers. Recognising and celebrating Ireland’s Female Tech Leaders is an important action in working towards closing the gender gap within technology sectors.

In order to celebrate & promote this initiative, Dublin Tech Summit have committed to offering discounted tickets to women working in tech, anywhere in the world. DTS feel this is our way of reflecting the salary discrepancies in the Irish market and our Women in Tech Awards will showcase the incredible work being done by women in tech across the island of Ireland.  

DTS strive to create a gender balanced event. Last year’s attendee gender breakdown was 49% female which is more than double the ratio of other major tech conferences. This approach also feeds into the speaker selection process as DTS have nearly 45% female speakers.

As part of this initiative, Dublin Tech Summit have  teamed up with Girls in Tech and Harvey Nash to bring you a brand new form of mentorship with a joint programme, Stepping Up. DTS are very excited to be working with both Girls in Tech and Harvey Nash on this initiative and hope to support bridging the gender gap in the workplace through the Stepping Up programme, regardless of career stage, age or gender.

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Hello Ladies – Lose your weight

 

Hello Ladies –

If you want – Lose Your Weight

Please don’t judge me for what I’m about to write…

But I couldn’t help but feel beautifulconfident and radiant the other day when the tall, handsome 22-year-old college boy at the coffee shop register hit on me,”said One lady looking like 35 but 45+.”
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She continued,”He said I looked pretty and asked my name.

I blushed, and said my name is Valerie.

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Then, he asked…

“How Old Are You?”

For a moment I felt like lying…

Usually, I try to shave at least five years off my real age…or I don’t answer the question at all and say something like, “that’s for me to know and you to find out.”

But today, I decided to tell the truth…

And when I told him my real  age, he said “No Way!”

Then he motioned to his friend, who was behind him working the espresso machine…

“How old do you think she is?” he asked his friend.

He paused for a moment, fixing his eyes on me, carefully scanning me from head to toe as if I was a juicy red tomato in the produce isle…

“Hm… I think 35?”

I couldn’t help but giggle a little, like a school girl.

As I walked out with my coffee into a glorious summer morning, I could feel their eyes following me…

And for the first time in over a decade…

I Truly Felt Beautiful

I know it sounds superficial (maybe even a little conceited).

I know I shouldn’t care…

But for years, I had felt invisible. I hate the fat stomach as the Doctor Varghese has.Why can’t she try Fat Decimator
People tell you that looks aren’t everything, and they’re right…

But am I really that bad of a person for wanting to turn heads like I used to?

For just wanting a little bit of attention?

Maybe I am, but if you’re anything like me and you’ve been plagued by that “invisible” feeling, then you know how it feels… Try it and forget the past…http://bit.ly/2uhYH4v

The lack of confidence, the feeling of not being wanted.

Where you just don’t feel…well, PRETTY anymore.

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And listen, I’m no supermodel. I’m just your average middle-aged woman.

I’ve got two kids, who are around the same age as those boys in the coffee shop…

And I’m not afraid to admit that I’m a little on the plump side.

Yet what I’ve found is that none of that matters when your skin looks radiant and glowing.
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And the fact that I’m getting these compliments from younger men has made me feel like a million bucks.

My days feel brighter, my confidence is soaring, and I finally look like how I feel on the inside…

YOUNG!”

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How One Middle-Aged Woman’s Strange And Unexpected Journey Into Asia Taught Her The Proven Secrets To Reversing 20 Years Of Aging In Just 14 Days

Travel for Business or Fun

CultureMee have announced that they will be partnering with Hofstede Insights, one of the world’s leading culture consultancies and a global leader in research based culture management.
CultureMee is an app which solves culture shock by providing user friendly culture advice as well as practical travel advice on visas, vaccinations and plugs. The app launched in July 2017.

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This strategic partnership combines Hofstede Insights’ expertise in managing the impact of culture on work life, based on the work of Professor Geert Hofstede in the field of business strategy, culture and change, and the B2C market of CultureMee which focuses on bringing culture to the travel market.
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Together, they will help people who travel to gain a better understanding of culture, and help them fully understand the culture of a country before they travel there.
Through this partnership, CultureMee has exclusivity over the display of Hofstede Insights’ Culture Compass graphs for online use in the travel industry. Hofstede Insights will also be the exclusive culture consultant partner of CultureMee. This means that the CultureMee customers now have access, through the CultureMee app, to a global network of over 90 culture consultants in 40 countries.
Dee Lee, CEO of CultureMee said “John and I have been very impressed with the Geert Hofstede model on national culture which allow our customers to easily compare their culture to the culture they’re visiting across 6 different dimensions. Ever since John was first introduced to this model, it has been an incredibly useful tool to explore cultures.

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Dee added, “We feel they are a great addition to our CultureMee app and will help travellers gain a unique insight on where they are travelling to. To also have access to Hofstede Insight’s global network of culture consultants will be an excellent addition to any expats or business travellers looking to deep dive on culture.”
Egbert Schram, CEO of Hofstede Insights Group said “Being an avid traveller myself, CultureMee brings along an easy to use interface and application with tons of useful facts for lots of countries – all you need to know in one application”
 

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To download the  app, which helps to demystify culture for people who travel, visit the Google Play or Apple stores.
Access a personalised culture questionnaire which will show you how to compare your own culture with other cultures. You can also download the Hofstede Insights Culture Compass app on Google Play or Apple store (or also via the CultureMee app).