A new year – a new website. Not really brand new, but completely revised. New design and new foundation. And of course taken to the state of the art level of technology and knowhow. The standards for a new website for a software development company by a software development company are quite high, if you know what we mean. Not the easiest task.
We have introduced an english version of our thus far primarily german online presence. For our, uhm, international clients, of course. We are focussed on the german market though, this is why this blog is and probably will be way behind the german one in terms of posts. Unpardonable excuse, I know.
But there is something else I wanted to squeeze into this post.
This website heavily uses vector graphics (SVG) instead of the conventional bitmap formats (like JPG or PNG). After years of patience we are now at a point where all major web browsers support this format. And this has certainly a couple of advantages:
Of course there are some drawbacks as well:
Résumé: For logos, illustrations, icons and (stylized) layout elements, SVG graphics are absolutely nice.