Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Web and Graphical Designing – Symbiotic entities

Web and graphical designing are symbiotic entities, two different procedures with different approach that are indispensable elements of a modern company’s structure, no substance how many are employed within its organization. A “corporate look,” including logos, stationery, booklets and other selling materials, and a website, are some of the first things people see that stand for your company. Consistency, artistic know-how, and careful planning are the keys to creating a “brand” that works a positive seed in your prospective clients’ minds, impelling them to sponsor your business.

In-house personnel who have got no designing preparation are forced to work within a system that dampens creativeness and curtails them to the limited abilities of the software system to make that corporate look. In addition, the end merchandises of this in-house design, especially website design, can be extremely confusing to those who utilize them.

Companies that think doing web and graphic design in-house will cost them less will actually spend more time and money by creating end products that aren’t satisfactory and have to get them redesigned.

Other costs to consider include the time and effort it takes to:

• Find affordable server space if you don’t have your own Internet-accessible in-house server,
• update your website as needed,
• upload your files securely to the server, and
• train your personnel to create and maintain it all.

By outsourcing the critical corporate selling elements of web and graphical designing for your website and corporate look, your company will salvage money on staffing efforts, training, benefits, and full-time payroll costs and acquire merchandises that best stand for your company.

Monday, October 09, 2006

Mozilla Firefox 2 Release Candidate 1 Available for Testing

Mozilla Firefox 2 Release Candidate 1 is now available for download. This preview of the next version of Firefox browser is aimed at Web Application Developers, testers and early adopters.

For more information, refer to the Release Notes.