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15 Best Web Design Software (Free & Paid Tools)

If you’re new to web design, you probably want to know which web design software is worth the investment. You might also want to know what are the must-haves that every web designer should know?

Choosing a great web design tool comes down to its functionality and purpose. There isn’t the best all-in-one solution. Also, depending on your goal, you may need to use more than one design software to achieve the best-designed website.

We recommend testing out several types of web development software to learn which one suits your work the most.

To help you find what you’re looking for, we’ve put together a list of the 15 best web design software tools for building websites, graphic design, interface design, and prototyping.

Use the links below to jump to a section that interest you the most:

  1. Best Design Software for Website Creation
  2. Best Software for Interface Design & Prototyping
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Introduction to the History of Technology

 

In ancient times, technology was defined by Homer and Hesiod as the spoken word of manual craft or cunning skill (Luna, 1994).  By 330 BC, Aristotle coined the Greek term technologia and split scientific knowledge into three parts: theoretical science, practical science, and productive science (technology).

According to Luna (1994), the earliest use of the word technology in the United States was found an a Harvard University course on the “application of the Sciences to the Useful Arts” in 1816.  The 1832 Encyclopedia Americana defined technology as principles, processes, and nomenclatures. Ever since that time, there has been debate as to the definition and identity of technology.  

From a historical perspective, philosophers of technology agree that two phases of technology can be seen: the craft phase and the modern scientized phase.  However, to a philosopher of technology, modern technology, although scientized, is a unique structure of thinking, not merely applied

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Top 10 Best Internet Providers in Fort Worth, TX (in 2021)

Fort Worth, the twin city of nearby Dallas, is the fifth-largest city in Texas and is in the top twenty most populous cities in the nation. With 263 parks, the world-famous Fort Worth zoo, and two botanical gardens, Fort Worth attracts new citizens and visitors every year to experience the city’s magnitude of attractions. If one does decide to call Fort Worth home, then they’re going to need reliable internet service and happy to report, that is not a challenge.

The city’s internet options are as diverse as the neighborhoods that make up the city. White Settlement, Lake Worth, Grand Prairie, and Birdville(along with the rest of the city) all have outstanding choices to choose from for internet. Fort Worth has eight major internet services provided by Spectrum, AT&T, Frontier, Viasat, HughesNet, Rise Broadband, NextLink, and Cirra Networks. These range from fixed wireless to fiber to DSL and satellite.

The

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The 10 BEST Internet Providers in Fort Worth, TX (for 2021)

1. BelWave Communications logo BelWave CommunicationsView Plans 50 Mbps 50 Mbps Fixed Wireless Internet 100.00% 2. NextLink logo NextLinkView Plans 30 Mbps 30 Mbps Fixed Wireless Internet 98.72% 3. Cirra Networks logo Cirra NetworksView Plans 15 Mbps 5 Mbps Fixed Wireless Internet 95.30% 4. Spectrum logo SpectrumView Plans 100 Mbps 5 Mbps Fiber Internet, Cable Internet, Television and Phone 79.88% 5. Rise Broadband logo Rise BroadbandView Plans 15 Mbps 3 Mbps Fixed Wireless Internet 75.93% 6. AT&T logo AT&TView Plans 100 Mbps 1 Gbps DSL Internet and Television 75.38% 7. Cyberonic logo CyberonicView Plans 11 Mbps 11 Mbps Fiber Internet, Cable Internet, DSL Internet, Copper Internet and Fixed Wireless Internet 75.38% 8. AT&T Fiber logo AT&T FiberView Plans 1 Gbps 1 Gbps Fiber Internet and Television 34.70% 9. EarthLink logo EarthLinkView Plans 75 Mbps 3 Mbps Fiber Internet and DSL Internet 15.00% 10. HughesNet logo HughesNetView Plans 25 Mbps 3 Mbps Satellite Internet and Phone 10.27% 11. Frontier logo FrontierView Plans 30 Mbps 30 Mbps Fiber Internet, DSL Internet,
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Top 27 Internet Providers in Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth Residential Internet Coverage

Located within one of the largest metropolitan areas of Texas, Fort Worth enjoys service from many local and national internet service providers.

Centurylink Prism and Frontier FiOS both bring fiber to the city of Fort Worth. Centurylink Prism has a limited network, but it can expand in coming years. Frontier FiOS is currently available in part of the Far North neighborhood of Fort Worth.

DSL is offered through AT&T, as is fiber. The DSL coverage map is slightly larger, covering all of Fort Worth and surrounding neighborhoods.

Certain Fort Worth neighborhoods are served by Frontier Communications, including part of Far Northwest Fort Worth and part of the Far West neighborhood.

Through Windstream, customers in the Arlington Heights area have access to high-speed internet. This central neighborhood is joined by Wedgwood and Far Southwest.

Time Warner Cable serves the eastern edges of Fort Worth, including Far

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Top 21 Internet Providers in Fort Worth, TX (Sep 2021)

This Internet Buyer’s Guide is your main source for detailed information on internet providers in Fort Worth, Texas—otherwise known as “Cowtown.” Below details pricing, speeds, plans, deals, internet connection types, and fees offered by the 58 internet providers—23 residential providers and 35—available to residents and business owners in Fort Worth.

Residential Internet Providers in Fort Worth, TX

Provider Starting Price Speed Range Type Of Internet Coverage Availability
Spectrum $49.99/mo. 200-1000 Mbps Cable 95% Cable
EarthLink $49.95/mo. 7-1000 Mbps DSL and Fiber 94% DSL and Fiber
AT&T Internet $35/mo. 5-940 Mbps IPBB and Fiber 94% IPBB and Fiber
T-Mobile Home Internet $50/mo. 100 Mbps Fixed Wireless 3% Fixed Wireless

The table above summarizes Fort Worth internet providers with
the greatest coverage locally.

Fastest Internet Providers in Fort Worth, TX

Provider Maximum Speed Price Range
Spectrum 1000 Mbps $49.99-109.99/mo.
EarthLink 1000 Mbps $49.95-99.95/mo.
AT&T Internet 940 Mbps $35-60/mo.
Viasat Internet 100 Mbps
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What Jobs Can You Do With Digital Marketing?

With more companies shifting their business online, there has never been a greater demand for digital marketers.

In this guide, I will go through some of the most popular online marketing jobs you can get with a digital marketing degree.

For each job you’ll learn:

  • The responsibilities for each job position
  • How much each role pays
  • The career path for each digital marketing job type
  • How to build the necessary skills for the job

Popular Digital Marketing Jobs

These are the digital marketing jobs that are high in demand now.

  1. SEO Specialist
  2. Digital Marketing Specialist
  3. Digital Marketing Manager
  4. Facebook Ads Expert
  5. Content Marketing Specialist
  6. Social Media Manager
  7. eCommerce Specialist
  8. SEO Copywriter
  9. Email Marketing Specialist

1. SEO Specialist

An SEO specialist is an individual with extensive SEO knowledge that works to increase a website’s search engine rankings.

An SEO specialist may also be referred to as an SEO expert, SEO professional,

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XML vs JSON Based Web Services: Which is the Best Choice?

Written
by Geoff Bender
on March 29, 2013

Many mobile applications can get by without ever having to exchange information over the web, but if you’re looking to build data-driven mobile applications, sooner or later you’re going to have to communicate with a remote server. There are many different ways of accomplishing this goal. Some approaches are succinct and lightweight, while others are woefully inefficient and data-heavy. For mobile devices, which may be bound by a monthly data cap and slow connectivity speeds, we want to be as lightweight and efficient as possible.

 

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Problems with HTML

In a perfect world, we’d have web services for every bit of data we’d ever want to consume, but sadly that’s not the case. In one particular project here at Segue, we were reduced to having to submit form posts and scraping the HTML result. Imagine the impact this has on a mobile device.

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Technology in Our Life Today and How It Has Changed – Updated for 2021

Technology Has Changed How We Live In and Outside of Our Homes

How Does the Internet of Things Work With Home Devices?

All of the technology mentioned above has been made possible because of the Internet. New websites, platforms, and applications will continue to revolutionize the way we live our lives. However, the latest Internet technology isn’t always accessible on screens, and it’s called the Internet of Things (IoT). The Internet of Things allows everyday objects to be synced up to the Internet through Wi-Fi. This synching makes their usual functions accessible remotely and automated through data available on the world wide web. It may sound complicated, but it’s the same technology we’ve been using for years, just now accessible through different objects.

The Internet of Things can help to significantly improve aging in place and at-home safety, especially for seniors living with conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, and

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Authentication for Web Services (using SOAP headers)

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Introduction

I recently put up a few web services for a client of mine, which returned some sensitive data. I needed to find a simple way to authenticate the users of these web services. This is the approach I took.

Background

I’ve started using web services fairly often in the applications that I’ve been developing, in most cases the information they pass is suitable for the public domain. However a recent project forced me to look into different authentication methods.

My requirements were that, it had to be simple for the client applications to authenticate, also that the web based administration system had to be used. This prevented me from using the Windows authentication (which is fairly easy to use for the clients of this web service.) By using SOAP headers to pass username and password information, it greatly simplifies any authentication request.

Using the code

I wanted to make

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