25 Mar 2016

Various Services Offered By Ecommerce Development Companies

It is a fact that the internet has entered all fields and walks of life. It has a great influence as well as role in accomplishment of numbers of tasks related to anything in personal as well as in professional life. Same holds equally true for various types of businesses too. Now almost all businesses, regardless of whether they are big or small, have their own websites for ease of customers. Also it helps in simplifying various business operations. The websites for real-time and online businesses are called as ecommerce websites. It is because these are operating though the electronic mode or online mode. To help business owners develop such websites, numbers of ecommerce development companies are there. These companies or agencies offer some of the most important services to the customers as discussed below.

Planning for the ecommerce websites
It is one among the most important services offered by the ecommerce websites companies. They help business owners to plan about their business website well-in-advance. It may include outline, size, content, designing, images and such other features related to the website. They also help customers to decide about the numbers of pages and the numbers of words and images per page for their website. All this is planned well-in-advance so as to get the best model for the ecommerce website.

Designing of the ecommerce website
Again it is an important service offered by the ecommerce development companies. These companies help in proper and most excellent designing of all the pages of the client's websites. Unique designs, layout and images are used so as get the most attractive designs. It requires lots of efforts, hard work and intelligence.

Content creation
The ecommerce development companies help their clients in yet another important way. They help in drafting and development of relevant content for the business website. It is done by getting input from the concerned business owners so that most effective content may be provided to the concerned business website.

Final development of the ecommerce website
After finalizing everything and developing all the parts of the ecommerce website, the final development of the ecommerce website is accomplished. For this, all the things such as content, images, options etc. are inserted at proper pages and places throughout the site.

Editing
Once the final layout is ready, final editing of the website is carried out. It is done so as to identify any mistakes and rectify the same before finally going live on the internet.

SEO or internet marketing
It is yet another important service in the list of services offered by the ecommerce development companies. Apart from development of the websites for the businesses, these companies also help in promotion and marketing of the business in the online world. It is done by using tools such as search engine optimization (SEO) or social media marketing.

This was all about the most important services offered by the ecommerce development companies to the business owners or clients in general.

9 Mar 2016

How Do We Use Cell Phones

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11 Feb 2016

The Most Unusual Watches Designs in the World 2

We continue with some more Unusual Watches Designs in the World.

Guest post by Brian Jens.

Time Machine Design by Jones Watches
This is a watch that shows the time worldwide. Minimalist watch with digital dial by Mr. Jones will help you not to get lost in time, remind you of holidays, and prompt the time wherever you are.


Vibrating Watches by Skrekkogle Company
There are no arrows or numbers indicating the hours and minutes on the flat round dial, fixed on a thin leather strap. This model of watches just vibrates every five minutes, thereby giving its owner a sense of time. An original way, nothing to say…

Watches with a Wooden Clock Face by Grovemade
There are no numbers or arrows on a wooden dial – only the two labels and twelve holes. The red mark indicates the hour while black or white plays a role of a minute hand. The novelty is made of maple and eastern black walnut. Each dial is handmade.


Watches by a Projects Watches Company
The American company is famous for the fact that the design of each model of watches is made by creative persons – architects, artists, designers, the pioneers of computer graphics, etc.


Roger Dubuis Easy Diver SED Tourbillon Waterproof Wrist Watch
Manual winding, power reserve of 50 hours, and alligator leather strap with a gold insert – this water resistant (300m) watch will not leave you indifferent.


Moto 360 by Motorola
A stunning and stylish watch that will not appear on the wrist of human as an alien element that has come into our reality from fantasy films of the seventies. Moto 360 is a classical watch, generally indistinguishable from the mechanical ones.


Smart Moto 360 watch can work in phone and navigator mode. It allows you to read and send e-mails, as well as manage music, chat with friends, check the weather forecast, etc. It also has several sensors for monitoring the health condition of the person on whom they put on.

Pebble
The touch screens of today's smart watches consume a lot of energy, that is, they must be charged almost every day. But this disadvantage is eliminated in Pebble watches.
Pebble is one of many cases when a good idea has collected enough money on Kickstarter. The watch is based on the e-paper technology.


The use of e-paper allows intelligent Pebble to work for a long time – from 5 to 7 days. The watch can manage calls, and the wireless network connects some other functions of the phone. The absence of expensive components makes Pebble the cheapest smart watches in the market.

A Fatalist Watches
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The Blind Watch Design by Hyunsoo Kim
These watches use magnetic beads attached to a spring. The ball in the facial circle shows minutes; the one on the lateral shows hours.

Well, what time it is?

About the author:

Brian Jens is a part of a DesignContest website team. He’s a blogger involved in the design process, so he perfectly knows the topics he covers. Being always on a crest of a wave, Brian gladly presents his researches to a wide audience.

9 Feb 2016

The Most Unusual Watches Designs in the World

By Brian Jens

The emergence of smartphones has made watches and clocks a kind of obsolete, and that’s unfair to some extent considering their rich heritage of craftsmanship and beautiful decoration. Digital watches opened new possibilities for watchmakers that simply were not available before. Modern design, lighting, and the absence of moving parts are just some of the main features of the digital clock on the list.

Watchmakers are now moving in new directions: they present information in completely new ways; watches can be flexible or transparent. However, some masters try to keep the interest in watches by unusual approaches to the design. Many greatest watchmakers in the world no longer limit themselves to the simple documentation of a day. And the display of a week, month, and time in world’s cities is far from the limit.

The scale at which things happen is one of the top things we can observe in the modern design of watches. Not only the designer watches are incredibly beautiful, but they are also sometimes quaint and charming, displaying data in ways that you could not even imagine.

So let’s have a look at the most magnificent watches designs in the world.

Astronomical Watch from Van Cleef & Arpels

This watch shows you the Solar System’s motion. The clock face of Poétique Midnight Planétarium shows you the movement of six solar planets: Saturn, Earth, Mercury, Venus, Mars, and Jupiter. However, it’s quite enough to feel like a real astrologer. These planets were chosen no by chance since only these 6 can see from the Earth to the naked eye.

The sun is situated in the center of the dial; the planets are made of natural stones. For example, Earth is made of turquoise, Mars is made of jasper, and Jupiter is made of agate while the sky is made of dark blue aventurine. It is worth noting that the planets on the face reflect their position in real time.






Another feature of this watch is the ability to set your "happy day". When it comes, the Earth and the stars on the dial will connect. The case of the cosmic watch is made of rose gold; clockwork has automatic winding. Each stone move with a speed corresponding to the planet: for example, Mercury will pass the orbit in three months while the same movement will take twenty-nine and a half year for Saturn. Uranus and Neptune would move very slowly, so probably it was the reason they were not included on the dial.

Salvador Dali’s Watch by the Unemployed Philosophers Guild


The idea of creating a watch, repeating the famous "running down" clock of Salvador Dali is not new. Hour and minute hands are made in the form of Salvador Dali mustache, funny rotating on the axis while the ant is running around the circumference of the dial indicates seconds.

Watch for the Knights of the Round Table by Roger Dubuis
The dial was created by analogy with the picture of Winchester Round Table painted in 1552:

The handmade painting depicts the King Arthur’s round table (enamel disc) with the red rose (Rose Tudor) in the center, a symbol of a royal house of the Tudors. Around the table, there are 12 gold figures of knights. Minute and hours hands specially shortened so as not to touch the tip of the sword:

Eye of the Storm Watches without a Dial by Yiran Qian
When pressing a small button on the case, the watches display time using two indexes on the borders of the "absent" dial.


Labyrinth Watches
The dial of this watch is stylized as a circular labyrinth, each level of which rotates at a speed of a second, minute and hours hands. Accordingly, the indicators of levels’ outputs play a role of watch hands.


Watches with the Legend by Cornelius & Cie
The dial has the engraved floating carp, which turns into a dragon. This image illustrates the ancient Chinese legend that a carp saw the top of the mountain and decided to get to it. The carp swam up against a strong stream and finally got to the top. There he found a draconian gate and when jumping through it turned into a dragon. This legend allegorically explains that the only way to achieve goals and success in life is to overcome difficulties and obstacles.


Earth and Moon Watch by Aleksandr Sorokin
This watch has no arrows and numbers, but instead it has a vivid image of our planet. The moon goes around the Earth in a circle, counting hours while its shadow counts minutes. The larger the area covered with shade, the more minutes had passed since the beginning of the new hour.

Emotional Watch by Mathilde Ampe
According to the creators of this watch, a person needs no so much to be happy: for example, a watch with eyes showing minutes and hours. For more joy, an owner can use changeable elements with different designs.


One-Hand Watches by Denis Guidone
The main feature is the absent of the usual clock face: the functions of minute and hour arrows is performed by the ends of a cleverly interwoven strip.

Look out for the second part of this post.

About the author:

Brian Jens is a part of a DesignContest website team. He’s a blogger involved in the design process, so he perfectly knows the topics he covers. Being always on a crest of a wave, Brian gladly presents his researches to a wide audience.

1 Jan 2016

Seiko SNKN01K1 watch unboxing

Wishing all visitors to my blog a very Happy and Prosperous New Year 2016. 2015 was a busy and eventful year for me and I did not even have time to update the blog regularly. As the year came to a close, I decided to reward myself with a watch. If you are a regular to our blog, you are probably aware that I mostly blog about awesome yet affordable watches and I put myself a very low budget of around RM1000 (approx. US$232 / £158 at the current exchange rate).

The condition was that it had to be a mechanical/ automatic watch. I went to Lazada, my favourite shopping portal here in Malaysia and pulled up all the watches I had put on my watch list. All the Swiss brands were beyond my budget and I narrowed my choice down to two - a dressy Orient Bambino CER2400/ CER24005W/ ER24005W (at a discounted RM599 with free delivery) and the retro inspired Seiko Recraft SNKN01K1 (RM539). I already have a Tissot which I usually wear to formal occasions and I did not really need another dress watch.

Orient Bambino

So I finally decided to go for the SNKN01 - a watch I could wear everyday. The delivery was very fast - I bought it on the 26th and it was delivered on the 30th.

The SNKN01 is powered by a self-winding movement (7S26 movement with 21 Jewels, runs at 21,600 vibrations per hour) housed in the retro style stainless steel case with calf leather strap.


It has a screwdown see-through caseback. The watch is water resistant to 50M.


The sunburst dial with clear hour markers was what really attracted me to the watch with the day/date window at the hour 3 marker.

Though I love the new watch and I have been wearing it continuously for nearly a week now, it could have been better. First of all, the watch is not lumed - not the hour markers nor the hands, which means that I cannot read it in the dark. Further more it cannot be wound up and it does not hack (i.e., the second hand does not stop when you adjust the time). Seiko has other movements and I wonder why they used the 7S26 instead of say the 4R36 which does hack and can be hand wound. I answer would be that it would not cost only RM539 anymore.

Some of you may be wondering why having these features are important but for a lot of watch collectors, these are absolutely essential when they look for an automatic watch. I am not that concerned. The 7S26 reportedly has a power reserve of 40 hours when fully wound and I guess I will have to shake it a bit eveyday even when I am not wearing it. Or maybe I could get a watch winder.

Here is the unboxing video:

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