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33 simple but effective email newsletter designs. With your inbox bulging with email newsletters - from small businesses you've never heard of to major retailers such as Amazon - it soon becomes clear how needlessly complex some newsletters can be, and how quickly they disappear into your trash folder.

33 simple but effective email newsletter designs

These simple but visually stunning newsletter designs are a selection of the few that have caught our eye... 01. Freshbooks Accountancy is not the most glamorous of topics, nor is it an industry particularly renowned for clean, simple digital marketing. But Freshbooks, the online accounting service based in Edinburgh, has nailed it with this clean looking template. It makes good use of an eye-catching block of their corporate blue colour to draw your eye to a new feature in their system as well as providing a selection of recent news topics below to provide an update at a glance to customers. 02. 03. 04.

Email newsletters are often a call to action for a list’s subscribers to take advantage of an offer, purchase a product or book an event. Adobe propose un outil de conversion de Flash en HTML 5. Bonnes feuilles : Ergonomie Web illustrée. Web Design Trends in 2011. There is a thin line between design and development, and as we move into a new decade, this line is becoming extremely blurry.

Web Design Trends in 2011

Is it enough to draw beautiful mock ups in Photoshop? Maybe 5 years ago. These days, the average internet user requires more. All beauty, with no substance, gets boring after a while. If your only goal is to impress a community of fellow designers with your flashy designs, you’ll find yourself quickly beneath the tide. 2011 is not about beauty, it’s about function. How will you stay relevant as a designer in 2011? Take a gander at the top 11 trends for 2011. 1. What a gratifying sigh of relief! Now that’s shown, please understand that Flash and HTML5 are not equal opponents. Perhaps even more exciting is the fact that CSS3 is available to us in a real way this year. 9 Websites to Learn the Basics About html 5. Recently, I’ve been getting into html5 a lot more.

9 Websites to Learn the Basics About html 5

I maybe a little late, but I don’t think there’s something new out right now, so I will keep learning more about it until something else comes out. In this post, I have 9 Website to Learn the Basics About html 5. Web pages will now be more semantic with the use of structured specific tags. Now, you can add rounded corners , drag and drop, and drop shadows. HTML5 is not fully supported in major browsers, but designers and developers will always push forward to break out of the standards. (Source) Dive Into HTML5 seeks to elaborate on a hand-picked Selection of features from the HTML5 specification and other fine Standards. (Source) HTML5 improves interoperability and reduces development costs by making precise rules on how to handle all HTML elements, and how to recover from errors. (Source) This site, the HTML5 Playground, Studio, and Presentation slides are all open source projects. Comment rendre son site plus rapide : toutes les solutions. Par Olivier Duffez, Jeudi 4 novembre 2010 La rapidité d'un site est devenue un critère pris en compte dans le référencement Google en 2010... Comment améliorer le temps de chargement des pages de votre site ? Cet article de WebRankInfo fait un point complet sur la question. Le temps de chargement d'une page, facteur pris en compte pour le positionnement dans Google Google a annoncé officiellement qu'il tenait compte dans son algorithme de la rapidité des sites.

Il y a de nombreuses façons de mesurer la rapidité : est-ce le temps de téléchargement du code HTML comme le font les robots ? 10 conseils d’ergonomie basés sur des études de recherche « Kryzalid blogue. Internet abonde de conseils utiles sur l’ergonomie de sites Internet.

10 conseils d’ergonomie basés sur des études de recherche « Kryzalid blogue

Nous prenons au sérieux ceux qui apparaissent être les plus logiques. Mais il est parfois réconfortant de voir certaines théories qui circulent validées par des recherches sérieuses. Cet article traite des résultats de plusieurs recherches sur l’ergonomie, dont, entre autre, la captation du mouvement des yeux sur une page Web, les analyses et rapports sur l’utilisabilité et la convivialité, et enfin, des idées pour améliorer le design.

Beaucoup de ces conseils, tel que mentionné précédemment, semblent de mise, mais ils sont enfin soutenus par des statistiques. D’autres, par contre, vous surprendront peut-être et changeront votre opinion sur certaines coutumes actuelles. 1. L’idée que les utilisateurs seront frustrés s’ils doivent cliquer plus de trois fois pour trouver le contenu qu’ils cherchent sur votre site Web circule depuis bien longtemps déjà. Mais pourquoi une limite arbitraire de trois clics ?