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Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Carla Ballatan 
 Article Title :: Elements of a Good Design
Elements of a Good Design by: Carla Ballatan So you’re aspiring to create designs for companies advertising their crafts online? Hold on! Before chasing after your dream of being a ‘great’ and ‘well-known’ graphic designer…Let’s go over the many names and title that associates with graphic designer and resolve finally who a designer is and what are the elements of design you need to learn. According to an article, Chuck’s views on design, writing and marketing at www.ideabook.com/viewa.htm the author narrates that he’s already into his twenty something years in the graphic design business. Considering his long experience, Chuck’s been called art director, commerc  (read full article)
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Granny’s Mettle 
 Article Title :: Become a More Creative Person
Become a More Creative Person by: Granny’s Mettle Used to be when we talk about generation gap, it almost always applies to the difference in thinking between the supposedly adult generation and the younger ones. Then, it was easier to understand because our parents used to say that it's all about difficult teenagers. Period. However, the principle of generation gap has evolved in a different meaning particularly in the workplace. The trend nowadays is to have a more vibrant and creative staff working for companies. And who best exemplifies creativity and fun? The young, fine arts degree holders, who else. A person with a fine arts degree used to have trouble in getting himself emp  (read full article)
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Sam Vaknin, Ph.D. 
 Article Title :: The Internet And The Library
The Internet And The Library by: Sam Vaknin, Ph.D. "In this digital age, the custodians of published works are at the center of a global copyright controversy that casts them as villains simply for doing their job: letting people borrow books for free." (ZDNet quoted by "Publisher's Lunch on July 13, 2001) It is amazing that the traditional archivists of human knowledge - the libraries - failed so spectacularly to ride the tiger of the Internet, that epitome and apex of knowledge creation and distribution. At first, libraries, the inertial repositories of printed matter, were overwhelmed by the rapid pace of technology and by the ephemeral and anarchic content it spawned. They were  (read full article)
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Robert McCourty 
 Article Title :: Where on Earth is your Websitee?
Where on Earth is your Websitee? by: Robert McCourty You've just finished congratulating your marketing team. After six months of concentrated effort you can now actually find your own company web site within the search engines. Everyone is busy handshaking and back patting when a voice from the back of the room rises above the din. "Yeah this is great! Can't wait until we can find ourselves on wireless devices." All conversation comes to an abrupt halt. Eyes widen. Everyone turns to the fresh-faced intern standing in the corner with a can of V8 juice in one hand and a PALM device in the other. You, being the Department Manager, barely managing to control your voice not to mention yo  (read full article)
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Granny's Mettle 
 Article Title :: Web Design Illustration Tips
Web Design Illustration Tips by: Granny's Mettle Pictures are worth a thousand words. So are illustrations and images on any web page. Your illustrations will either make your visitors stay and read on, or make them decide to skip and click on another web site. For best results, you could apply the following tips for illustrations in your web pages: • Use colors from a typical web palette for your illustrations. If you use solid colors for your illustrations, try to stick to the standard 216 colors of the web palette. The colors will have the same look on any type of computers and web browsers. If you want to use color gradients or blends, try it out first on your screen set to onl  (read full article)
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Granny's Mettle 
 Article Title :: Hot Multimedia Tips
Hot Multimedia Tips by: Granny's Mettle Some of Howwired's best web developers and designers have converged to share their techniques to create effective audio, video and animation in the web. Here are excerpts from the pool's tips, tricks and wizardry to help you optimize your multimedia efforts. • Use layers as often as you want to. Using a liberal dose of layers will make it much easier later when it's time to re-edit and animate. In addition, it doesn't add much to the overall file size. • Save copies of the file as you work when using Flash. This is especially helpful when you're using a Mac. This will come in handy when you suddenly experience problems in opening a Flash fi  (read full article)
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Jelaine Macaraeg 
 Article Title :: When the Best Gets Even Better: The Release of May
When the Best Gets Even Better: The Release of Maya 6.5 by: Jelaine Macaraeg No one would have thought that it is possible – I mean, how could the best possibly get better? But I guess for those who have a vision, it is possible. And vision is exactly what the people in Alias Systems Corp. have. February 2005 marks the release of Maya 6.5. Yes, Alias’ award-winning Maya software, which prides itself for being at the forefront of technological innovation has gone a step further. Maya 6.5 is hailed by Alias to be a “performance-driven release packed with new features and feature enhancements motivated by next generation production requirements for massive dataset handling.”   (read full article)
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Lia Spithas 
 Article Title :: Cookies Aren't Just For Eating Anymore
Cookies Aren't Just For Eating Anymore by: Lia Spithas Confused about cookies? Not the chocolate chip variety; the computer-related kind. Here is some information that'll help you understand what cookies do, why they do it, and how to control them. First, a definition. Cookies are tiny text files which are placed on your computer's hard drive by a Web server, ready for future access. They have many applications, but are mainly used to personalize your Internet search engine by storing information like passwords, Web addresses, and virtual shopping carts. Cookies are important when you personalize a Web page, register for products or services, or shop, because information becomes easy   (read full article)
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Maricon Williams 
 Article Title :: Finding The Balance Between Form And Function
Finding The Balance Between Form And Function by: Maricon Williams Form is the arrangement of the general structure of an artwork while function is a relation such that one thing is dependent on another. For instance - height is a function of age or price is a function of supply and demand. A function is an abstract meaning which, by itself, has no intrinsic form. Form and function are independent dimensions along which the subject is defined. Form ever follows function. This was the idea of architect Louis Henri Sullivan. It denotes that the two are intertwined and inseparable. This idea set forth by the architect can also be applied to any type of design – industrial, print, web o  (read full article)
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Maricon Williams 
 Article Title :: Review: Real world Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop
Review: Real world Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop CS by: Maricon Williams Photoshop CS is no doubt the most momentous Photoshop progress which complements digital photographers. Real world Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop CS discusses exciting new features for general users, web designers, video editors and digital photographers. This book is authored by Bruce Fraser. Bruce Fraser is a noted author having co-authored the penultimate Photoshop resource book Real World Photoshop from Peachpit Press. He is also a contributing editor for Mac World plus a regular contributor for CreativePro where he wrote his “Out of Gamut” articles. Fraser is also a co-author of Real World Color Manag  (read full article)
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