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Alsacréations. Agence web, création de site et formations web

Alsacréations. Agence web, création de site et formations web
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all in one Optimizing Emotional Engagement In Web Design Through Metrics - Smashing Magazine Advertisement Think about what keeps you coming back to your favorite store, your favorite person or even your favorite website. It’s not just a mindless buy-go, hug-go or click-go relationship. It is a complicated, emotional connection. It is what makes relationships with people and brands intoxicating. You can create strong storytelling strategies based on user personalities and segmentation. Emotional-Behavioral Response Relationship Let’s start with the basics: an emotion is a psychophysiological response in your body to a stimulus. For example: But you don’t have to be face to face in order to read a person’s behavioral clues. By The Numbers: Behavioral Response Behavioral psychologists have classified emotions in numerous different theories. Plutchik’s emotion wheel. Awareness User experience doesn’t start when they hit your landing page or start your app, but prior to it. Attraction Attraction-level engagement keeps users interested in your platform. Investment Adoption Summary Resources

Create Cool Watercolor Effects in Photoshop Some time ago I wrote an article on my blog listing some fashion-style illustrations from really amazing designers such as Bruno Fujii, Margot Mace, Raphaël of My Dead Pony, Stina Person, and others. The coolest thing in their design work is their use of watercolor effects. So in this tutorial I will show a quick way to simulate that effect using only Photoshop and some brushes. Final Image Preview Before we get started, let's take a look at the image we'll be creating. Step 1 Create a new document and a new layer. Step 2 Place an image in your document. Step 3 Select the layer of the girl and go to Image>Adjustments>Levels. Step 4 Now go to Filter>Artistic>Watercolor. Step 5 With the girl's layer selected, go to Layer>Layer Mask>Reveal All. Step 6 We need the Bittbox Watercolor Brushes 2 that you can download at this link. Next we create a new layer. Step 7 Now go to Layer>Layer Style>Blending Options. Step 8 Create a new layer. Step 9 Go to Layer>Layer Style>Blending Options. Step 10 Step 11

Top Web Design Trends For 2015 | Verda Design Web design is an ever changing art form. User behaviour has continued to evolve. They have become more comfortable with scrolling down web pages and making purchases on mobile to just name a few. The following are some web design trends that are going to become more and more popular throughout 2015. Using Video To Tell Your Story Companies and organisations are always looking for easy ways to convey their message and tell their stories. Scrolling on Websites The rule used to be that all your content had to appear above the fold on awebsite for fear users wouldn’t scroll any lower. Responsive Web Design Although responsive web design has been around for several years now and is still increasing in popularity, some website owners have not yet adapted to the new technology. Bold Colours & Custom Graphics When scrolling through a website the use of custom graphics associated with your services helps users recognize what they are looking at much quicker than reading.

Inspirationfeed - get inspired! Initializr - Start your HTML5 project in 15 seconds! Super Cool Watercolor Effect in 10 steps in Photoshop Last year I wrote a Photoshop tutorial for PSDTUTS showing how to create a very nice design using watercolor brushes. It was inspired by the work of guys such as Bruno Fujii, Margot Mace, Raphaël of My Dead Pony and Stina Person. This time I will create another effect but it will be using Masks and Watercolor brushesl; it's inspired by another great digital artist, the master Scott Hansen the mind behind ISO 50 and also some images from the Daily Inspiration. So in this tutorial we will use Photoshop, some brushes from Brusheezy and some stock photos. Step 1 Open Photoshop and create a new document, I'm using 1920x1200 pixels. Step 2 Add a new layer, fill it with white then make sure you have black and white for the foreground and background colors. Step 3 Let's add a nice texture. Place the image in the document on top of the other layers. Step 4 Now let's place an image in our document. Step 5 The image is hiding because of the mask. Step 6 Pick another Brush and paint again. Step 7 Step 8

How to Create HTML5 Banner Animation in Adobe Edge Many people are having high expectations of the new HTML5 and its significant changes from the previous versions. Moreover, someeven say that the new trend in HTML can compete with the great rich media tools, such as Flash. While Flash capabilities are more powerful and more extendable than the current version of HTML5, I do not see how it could compete with Flash. I believe both will have their own niche in the market, which I will try to cover in a further article in the following posts. Edge is one of the new promising Adobe tools that make it possibleto create HTML5 animation through a timeline and an interface similar to other Adobe applications, such as After Effect. In this tutorial, I will try to show you how to create aHTML5 banner animation in Adobe Edge using the timeline animation. You can check the final preview of the HTML5 animated banner by clicking the link below: Preview HTML5 banner animation Step1 Step2 Step3 Step4 Step5 Step6 Step7 Step8

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