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Is there a tool that allows me to write content in a hierarchy for a new website?

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Question by MR007: Is there a tool that grants me to write content in a hierarchy for a new website?
I’ve got to write content for a new website. I know the structure of the menus etc. Is there a tool that grants me to write the content in to a structure that will keep the hierarchy and simple to pass on to the development team? If no tools, do you have any tips how ideal to do this?

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Answer by Faith
Visual hierarchy is one of the most important principles behind effective web design. This article will analyze why developing a visual hierarchy is crucial on the web, the theory behind it, and how you can use some very basic exercises in your own designs to place these principles into practice.

Design = Communication
At it’s core, design is all about visual communication.

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Principles of Web Design: The Web Technologies Series

Principles of Web Design: The Web Technologies Series

Principles of Web Design: The Web Technologies Series

Joel Sklar has written the definitive text for Web site design, PRINCIPLES OF WEB DESIGN, Fifth Edition guiding your students through the entire Web site creation process, while developing and enhancing your HTML, CSS, and visual design skills along the way. Now updated to include the latest Web design technologies and trends, this Fifth Edition features all-new sections on HTML5, CSS3, CSS page layouts, and enhanced navigation as well as technical updates and new screen shots throughout. Beginn

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Cool Toys Photo of the Day – Hack Design
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Hack Design:
www.hackdesign.org

In their words:
“We know tons of hackers. They’re the modern-day Renaissance men and
women who love to learn, explore, build, and take things apart. A
hacker can make software do anything. We know design can seem nuanced,
subjective, and inaccessible sometimes, but we’re working on this
project to help change that.

We’ve asked some of the world’s ideal designers to help us curate the
best and most useful blogs, books, games, videos, and tutorials that
helped them learn critical elements of design. We’re organizing them
all into a digestable and iterative lesson plan so you can apply this
knowledge to your own project”

I don’t know about you, but I sure don’t have time to get all I could
from my formal education. In this case, it means I don’t get a chance
to take all of those User Experience courses that I would love to
integrate into my curriculum, because my schedule is already jam
packed. That’s where Hack Design comes to the rescue. These are bite
size chunks of programming and design wisdom to help those of us that
want to have a deeper understanding of web content and design
principles. While I greatly appreciate the nuts and bolts discussions
of my current web programming class, the teacher freely admits that
she has terrible taste in colors and design and encouraged us to look
for external resources to fill that gap.

This site does a great job of pooling the collective wisdom of a
variety of astonishing web designers from small and massive companies as
well as thought leaders in individual experience. Currently there are six
months of lessons that are broken down into 4 week chunks and each
week is a new lesson (see screenshot). Each lesson gives a profile of
the designer who curated it, a brief synopsis of what to anticipate and
why it is important for design, and link(s) to materials that more
fully develop the theme for that week and contribute to the overall
theme for the month.

You have the option of viewing all of the lessons from the website, or
you can subscribe to the newsletter. Subscribing means a new lesson
is e-mailed to you apiece week for the duration of the program (see
screenshot). This is great if you happen to be a mortal that signs up
for a lot of services and then… maybe… occasionally completely
forgets that you’ve signed up and therefore forgets to check the site.
Yeah, I don’t know anybody like that!

While I’m only on week two, so far the lessons are simple and enjoyable
to follow. I’m hoping that they will continue to iterate and help me
apply design principles to more than just coding. In fact, I wish
there were more professional development opportunities that work this
way. I find that I learn superior when I get small chunks over a period
of time rather than trying to cram it all in at once. You can also go
back and review previous lessons so if you get to the next week and
realize you don’t remember anything from the previous week, you can
always go back and review it again.

This is a guest post by Chris Bulin (@Arduanne), a graduate student
assistant at the Taubman Health Sciences Library.

Irrational Studios: looking for a Junior Designer
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Irrational Studios is a specialised individual experience, information design and branding studio.

Our primary client, Travelstart, is expanding to 15 countries in 2007 and we need some extra help handling the design roll-out.

We found this quote from Terry Irwin about hiring designers. It rings very true for Irrational Studios too:

"It was always a useful litmus test for interviewing prospective designers to place a 1040 Income Tax Form on the desk and ask them how they would like to redesign it. If their eyes glazed over or they broke out in a cold sweat, I knew it wasn’t likely to be a good fit."

So to paraphrase: if you’re not passionate about making complex information understandable and meaningful to human beings, please don’t apply!

You’ll be responsible for:
– Design of promotional material for both print and web within brand guidelines (business cards, competition updates, email signatures, wine labels, signage, newsletters, web banners etc)
– Maintenance work on the 15 international Travelstart websites (everything from preparing images to rolling out templates)
– Assisting with regular studio tasks

We know it’s not glamourous, but the position offers the opportunity to learn in an environment where ideal practices in UX and Info Design are being implemented for a successful international online business.

Requirements
– Photoshop
– ImageReady
– Illustrator
– Basic understanding of the principles of HTML + CSS
Advantageous
– Flash MX
– Affinity for grid systems
– Undying love for Edward Tufte 🙂

Personal Skills/Attributes
– Willingness to learn
– Capability to think systematically
– Disciplined
– Obsession with detail & clarity of communication

Details
Remuneration: Negotiable
Province: Western Cape
Education level: Diploma
City: Cape Town
Type: Permanent
Job level: Junior
Benefits: Negotiable

Contact
Anne-Sophie Leens
Irrational Studios
+27 21 462 6062
anne-sophie@irrational-studios.com

Advice from someone in the publishing industry?

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Question by ♥☮:): Advice from someone in the publishing industry?
Hi-
I am a freshman communications major in college,and am starting to plan my classes for the next couple years. I am planning to get into the publishing industry and am unsure of which classes would benefit me most in that pursuit. Below are the list of classes I might select from as a communications major:
Public Relations

Copywriting/Storyboarding in Broadcast Advertising

Copyediting, Layout and Design

Website Design and Publishing

Principles of Marketing

Principles of Advertising

Sports-Related Marketing

Advertising Campaigns

Event Planning and Management

Advanced Public Relations

Survey of Broadcasting and New Media

TV Production I

Beginning Cinema Production

Radio Industry

Politics in Cinema

Advanced Cinema Production

Broadcast Sports Production

Freedom of Communication

Legal Issues & the New Media

Broadcast News Production

Argumentation & Advocacy

Persuasive Communication Campaigns

Business and Professional Communication

Small Group Communication

Screenwriting

Working on the Echo

iCLU

Film Theory (capstone, Film and TV Production Concentration)

Can someone in the publishing industry advise me on which classes would be ideal to take for the field? thanks !

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Answer by Andrew J.
If you plan to oppose a career in the publishing industry, its ideal to stick to the basics. Begin with writing, once that’s cleared you can branch out to other forms of media like video and film. Public relations is also necessary since publishing needs strong networks. Its like what they always say, “its about the people you know”.

Here are a few classes I selected from your board:

Copywriting/Storyboarding in Broadcast Advertising

Screenwriting

Film Theory (capstone, Film and TV Production Concentration)

Broadcast News Production

Persuasive Communication Campaigns

Advertising Campaigns

Principles of Marketing

Public Relations

Freedom of Communication

Legal Issues & the New Media

Business and Professional Communication

I hope this helps!

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In 2014, The Mobile Web Will Die—And Other Mobile Predictions

In 2014, The Mobile Web Will Die—And Other Mobile Predictions
Responsive design (what we do at ReadWrite to make the site look pretty everywhere) will continue to grow in 2014 as people realize that their old websites are losing them a lot of traffic from mobile devices. That's the prediction, at least. Now it's …
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Sales & Marketing Executive
Thorough understanding of branding principles and tactics through multimedia including the Web. 7. Proven capability to design, develop and implement both strategic programs and supporting tactics. 8. Better written and verbal communications skills, …
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Wild Root Market announces West metropolis site for future co-op store
Bids are also being solicited from design/build contractors for store design and renovations. The co-op, which has about 625 member-owners, will next work to … A cooperative business operates according to principles that are rooted in service first …
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Principles of Website Design
You might have read a web design rule defining a maximum number of clicks people will make. You might think users should reach any page on your site within a set number of clicks. The true limiting bourgeois is not number of clicks, but “how hard apiece …
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Fulton schools receive clean audit
•Web Design for grades 9-12. The semester-long course deals with web programming languages, graphics applications and tools to design, edit, launch and maintain web sites and pages. •There's an App for That for grades 9-12. The semester-long course …
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Web Bonus: More information on Longview WOW conceptual designs
Longview WOW's Youth Advisory Council is helping develop projects and related instructions for this area, in which kids will be healthy to build and test projects that illustrate various scientific principles, or design and create one-of-a-kind inventions …
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CommonKindness Celebrates Americas Cooperatives with Money-Saving Coupons


San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 19, 2013

During the month of November, 2013, CommonKindness is paying special tribute to over 29,200 cooperatives that wage essential products and services to American consumers. To celebrate, the printable grocery coupon leader is giving shoppers free coupons for products prefabricated by cooperatives, highlighting the work of these cooperative on the CommonKindness website and social media pages, and featuring their products in the weekly electronic newsletter.

Cooperatives, owned and operated by their members, promote the well-being of their members and local communities by producing the highest calibre goods and services. Like CommonKindness, cooperatives value and promote teamwork and operate on the principles of kindness.

Cooperatives are everywhere and used by almost everyone. One out of each four Americans is a member of some type of cooperative. More than 91 million Americans are served by credit unions, and 42 million are connected to more than 900 electric co-ops in 47 states.

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What programs do professional designers use to produce a design and do most of them major in graphic design?

Question by Robert R: What programs do professional designers use to produce a design and do most of them major in graphic design?
I mean street wear companies like Supreme, The hundreds, Alife, and Johnny Cupcakes. Do you think these people took graphic design courses in college? I really want to know the steps in which I must do to design my line of t-shirts and someday open a clothing boutique in NYC.

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Answer by mac_fixit
Many of the current younger ones would have – YES.

As to the apps they use – Illustrator, Photoshop for designs and Dreamweaver and Flash for the web sites and Quicktime and Final Cut for the videos.

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