We are elated to announce that DesignRush has recognized Galaxy Weblinks Inc as one of ‘ The top software development companies in Boston ‘. A heartfelt thanks to our clients, employees, and the DesignRush team for this recognition.

Galaxy is a web and mobile app development firm that’s been in the industry for over two decades. With over 1000 projects under our belt, we have the technical expertise and know-how to help your business achieve its goals. Our clients appreciate us for our dedicated project management style and open communication channels.

In light of our accomplishments, we’ve been considered one…


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People frequently use apps to help them achieve their goals, whether it’s to save money, strengthen friendships, meditate regularly, or train for marathons. Developers and designers can use app design psychology to help users form habits and shape their behavior.

Psychology can influence every aspect of the app experience, from the screenshots used in the app’s listing in the App Stores to the navigational controls within the app itself. While numerous psychology principles can help increase downloads and usage, here are five of the ones we find most useful.

#1 Commitment and Consistency: We Make Decisions Based on Our Self-Image


Frontend web development standards and trends change faster than they can be implemented. This makes it difficult for developers to separate the wheat from the chaff; the game-changing trends from the fads.

In this blog post, we have shared our thoughts and predictions for front-end development trends in 2021. Read this blog to know more about the latest in the front-end realm. You can also understand how these trends will affect the front-end landscape, as well as your front-end development journey.

1. JavaScript Will Continue its Reign


Is your website receiving enough traffic?

Are you capable of creating charts for targets and goals, particularly those related to your website?

No, most likely. Do you want to know why?

One of the reasons that you do not have an effective website is that there is no universally agreed-upon definition of ‘what a good website is’. There are only factors that determine that it’s not that good. Among them are:

  • Poor SEO
  • Design Flaws
  • Incongruous design
  • Error 404
  • Broken hyperlinks
  • Copywriting that falls short of expectations

The list goes on and on. However, all of these paths lead to…


The COVID-19 pandemic had a significant impact on global eCommerce trends. With brick-and-mortar stores closing overnight, customers flocked to the internet to purchase their necessities. The pandemic hastened the shift to online shopping by up to five years.

mCommerce, or mobile commerce, refers to online shopping via a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet. It will continue to grow in the coming years as a majority of people now prefer to shop on their phones.


From mobile screens to TV sets, dark UI designs are seen far and wide and appreciated for the visual appeal that they offer. A dark theme depicts sophistication and elegance. However, dark UI designing comes with multiple challenges. If the implementation is poor, things can very well go south.

Digital products having dark UIs are perceived as powerful, elegant, and mysterious. They are a formidable trend across the digital spectrum. It’s said that dark mode can reduce eye strain, save battery life and increase accessibility. But, most of the time, dark themes are an aesthetic choice.

Over the past few…


Creative visuals, attractive logo design, or intricate animations! What goes into making an exceptional user interface? A good UI includes a mix of factors that make it clear, consistent, simple, and user-oriented.

Defining the requirements of a good user interface is especially critical if you are considering outsourcing your project. Your design and development partner should understand the key principles that transform a user interface into a powerful tool for attracting new customers and retaining existing ones.

Let us go over the core principles of an effective and appealing user interface.

The 10 Fundamentals of a Good User Interface

Here…


Choosing the right backend technology for your project is a decision that can have a long-term impact on your software. A favorable decision will be robust and easier to scale while a wrong one could send you down the path of rewriting the entire app, costing you time, money, and team morale in the process.

Backend technologies are directly attributed to the stability, performance, and scalability of systems, hence thorough research is needed before making the decision. This blog will help you with that research.

We’ll be comparing Node.js and Python on the following grounds:

  • Frameworks, libraries, and community
  • Use…


Designing mobile apps for large, content-rich websites comes with its own set of challenges. The alterations in viewport size now completely change the way we navigate a website. There are thousands of pages that need to be sorted and organized to make them accessible at a tap. You would also need to be sure that the users don’t suffer information overload. It’s a complicated puzzle that needs to be put together.

Here are some things you should know about mobile navigation and some best practices.

  • Menus: Utilize visual hierarchy to differentiate primary and secondary navigation.
  • Submenus: Avoid creating sectional menus…

Vue.js and React.js are two popular frontend JavaScript frameworks, with React tipping the scales for the last three years. Both tools provide developers with a productive approach to developing various Web applications, but each has its own best use cases and addresses different business needs. In this article, we’ll look at some of those use cases, as well as the benefits that distinguish Vue.js and React.

The Cream of the Crop

There are numerous reasons for Vue and React’s prominence on the developer landscape. …

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