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Editor's Pick in Design Principles, March 2005
It's been said again and again, when it comes to getting people to visit your site (and stay there for more than 5 seconds), the quality of your content rules supreme. But once you've bowed to interest, who else must you pay homag......
In the site, Webmonkey.wired.com Francis Preve’s article on Hot Multimedia Tips, he emphasized that, "As web designers, we don’t want to get caught flat-footed when all our favorite videographers, record producers, and best boys start setting up camp in our backyard."...
The overall quality of the website quantifies its worth. It must not only be unique, flashy or overwhelming, it should also be functional, entertaining. It is not only there for display. Its there for a purpose and it should serve that purpose...
A logo is a trademark of a company or organization. It's the identity that encapsulates what your company stand for and what it wants to achieve in its lifetime. Companies do spend thousands, if not millions of dollars just to have the right logo...
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Choosing a web design firm isn't as easy as you think it is. Sure, you could get a firm to do your requirements and specifications as long as you have the money to pay for it. However, getting an inexperienced web design firm may hurt you more and oftentimes...
<span>Editor's Pick in Design Principles, March 2005</span><br/> Letâ??s take a walk on the wild side today and keep our navigation tame. Good navigation, like a well-trained beast, should be quiet and kind.
Editor's Pick in Design Principles, March 2005
Navigational direction never hurt anyone. In fact, knowing where you are going is half the battle of getting there. So why not create a map for your site visitors?
Most people are aware of PDF files, but did you know that you can also turn a PDF file into a form that can be filled-in online? A PDF form could work the same way as any form that you may have filled-in on the web - just click, type in your info into the fields, and submit...
No matter how flashy or great your Web site looks, if you don't have good content you are in a boat without a paddle. I can not count the times that I have said that content is key to a Web site's success. Too many times to count...
I’ve read that a good web site is all about content, content, and oh yes content. Now if you’ve managed to design your site so that you can fill it with great content, what next, how do you know what good content is?...