Colors in Web Design: An Exploration

January 27, 2012

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Kayla Knight does a fantastic job in this article ablout color and it’s influence in web design.
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Enough. Is. Enough.

January 27, 2012

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Crazy sales? Endless coupons? Confusing Deals? Go to our facebook page to scream NO into the NO! Meter http://jcp.is/yheW1f. Things are changing at jcp on 2….
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Photo Pin Rules! Search Creative Commons Photos – Daily ‘Net Features – Website Magazine

January 27, 2012

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Every blogger that I know has the same problem – finding images they can use without having to break the bank to use one of the often expensive stock photo sites. If that sounds familiar, have we got a site for you.
Via www.websitemagazine.com


Landing Page Design Trends for 2012 – Daily ‘Net Features – Website Magazine

January 27, 2012

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Turn Down the Volume and Hear the Cash Register Sing! Business website designs have become increasingly “quieter” over the past couple of years. Internet professionals have come to realize that when executed properly, a Web page can still…
Via www.websitemagazine.com


5 Online CRM Platforms That Go Beyond Basics

January 25, 2012

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CRM tools are evolving rapidly as the market demands a community approach to building client relationships.
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Facebook Timeline goes public: Mandatory upgrades in “next few weeks” – SlashGear

January 24, 2012

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TechCrunchFacebook Timeline goes public: Mandatory upgrades in “next few weeks”SlashGearFacebook Timeline has begun rolling out to all users of the social network, with all members expected to be upgraded to the new layout within the “next few weeks.”…
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Curation vs. Content Creation in 2012

January 24, 2012

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Content may still be king, but here’s why you need to be paying more and more attention to curation.
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