Newsletters are fast becoming the most used method of digital marketing. Email newsletter templates are used to create and distribute such campaigns via email. The popularity of newsletters has increased in recent years mainly because of their effectiveness.
Articles from the Web Design category.
Flat as a pancake is apparently all the rage these days. The removal of any trace of drop-shadows, bevels, embossing or edgy gradients has the digital landscape looking like as smooth as an ice rink as opposed to the bumpy surface ruled by chunky buttons and skeuomorphic designs.
Most of the developers avoid getting third-party feedback on their work, as they think it is frustrating and time consuming. However in actuality, feed-back is one of the most important part of a project and is the first step in improving your overall service and knowledge. This article includes some great feedback tools for web designers.
One of the main elements web designers work with on a daily basis is color. Color choices and the way different hues interact with each other on a website can greatly influence the message the site portrays and the psychological and emotional effects it has on its viewers. Before choosing colors and palettes for websites, it’s important to gain a solid understanding color (see this great article), like the feelings or impressions certain colors are associated with, and how different combinations can create color harmony – as opposed to a chaotic or boring aesthetic.
Managing multiple websites can be quite frustrating and difficult if you haven’t come up early with a solid and consistent method of organizing your workflow. This becomes even more apparent as your website portfolio and its diversity grow. You have to manage the static websites through an ftp client, maybe directly from Dreamweaver or your editor of choice site manager. And you probably have to keep a solid bookmark structure for your dynamic websites, having to log in each of those separately and keep an archive with the respective usernames and passwords. The more websites you manage and the more often you have to update them the more tedious and frustrating it becomes.
We live in crazy times. It is possible for us to get anything we want using the Internet, but the web is like a huge marketplace full of strangers. There are thousands of companies out there selling a vast variety of items. For any general user, there is no easy way to determine who is trustworthy and who is not.