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  • Who Posted? - Internet Business Forums
    Who Posted Total Posts 8 User Name Posts WebBizIdeas com 2 swotin 1 DJB 1 Red Eye Media 1 bumfluff 1 Brian Turner 1 MrKap 1 Show Thread Close Window

    Original URL path: http://forums.internetbusiness.co.uk/misc.php?do=whoposted&t=17457 (2016-02-18)
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  • Template for 7720 pages ? - Internet Business Forums
    way of doing this without the huge costs of almost 8000 pages Can a template be used Hope someone can help with some advice How you SHOULD Be Making Your Logos 3 of more than 3 SEO development in startup necessary Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Switch to Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Threaded Mode Posting Rules You may not post new threads You

    Original URL path: http://forums.internetbusiness.co.uk/design-development-63/template-7720-pages-18816/ (2016-02-18)
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  • How you SHOULD Be Making Your Logos (3 of.. more than 3) - Internet Business Forums
    Obviously you re not going to get everyone agreeing on everything here but the idea is to be able to get an idea of what will appeal to the broadest segment of the targetted market If you re not sure ask knock up a questionnaire and get people to answer your questions How you show these things in a logo or any design is a huge subject We won t be able to do much more than scratch the surface here but you should be able to get some ideas and pointers of how to go about it here Concepts First off in any good design you ll need a concept Definitions of what a concept is in design can vary but broadly speaking it s the approach you ve decided to take in order to make the viewer associate certain qualities with the product or service Let s say I m launching a new range of high end speakers aimed at audio enthusiasts The concept might be to use the symbolism of a hallmark like you get stamped on gold silver bars to portray quality It doesn t actually have to look exactly like a hallmark but there should be elements that will bring hallmark and all it s associations of quality etc to the viewers mind consciously or unconsciously Or to use a more far fetched example you might use a chastity belt image to symbolise faithful reproduction of sounds Yeah there s a lot of reasons that one probably wouldn t work in real life but it hopefully shows some of the different approaches you could use One important thing to remember is that whatever your concept is you don t have to portray it exactly Let s say you decided that a fast animal was a suitable concept for a car logo you don t have to use a picture of a whole animal like jaguar have done Another approach that jaguar could have taken is to just use the flowing lines of a leaping jaguar in their lettering without any picture of the animal itself the viewer doesn t have to immediately think of a jagur they just need to make a mental connection where the lines make them think of a jaguar leaping The examples given so far are fairly simple but concepts can be as complex as you like so long as the viewer makes the right associations One last example A project I worked on a while ago was for a range of products under the brand name of Infinity The concept for that was pretty in depth amongst other htings it involved mathematical sequences that go on forever eg Pi the infinity loop symbol ammonites elephants perspective horizons the kitchen sink ok not really It s good to visit the library or hop on the search engines while you do the brainstorming for the concept I know I said to step away from the computer but it s allowed as long

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  • Affect of the credit crunch - Internet Business Forums
    be a uphill challenge over the next year or so Anyone experiencing similar issues Internet Marketing Belfast Web Design Belfast Does dark purple do it for you Good Website Design Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Switch to Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Threaded Mode Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may

    Original URL path: http://forums.internetbusiness.co.uk/design-development-63/affect-credit-crunch-17553/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Who Posted? - Internet Business Forums
    14 User Name Posts ChrisS 3 bumfluff 2 Tinterweb 1 Kasumi 1 k carrigan123 1 albert 1 Eagle 1 Vito Sullivan 1 fireball 1 mischstar 1 Ryan T Mobile 1

    Original URL path: http://forums.internetbusiness.co.uk/misc.php?do=whoposted&t=17394 (2016-02-18)
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  • Internet Business Forums
    this page and try again You may not have sufficient privileges to access this page Are you trying to edit someone else s post access administrative features or some other privileged system If you are trying to post the administrator may have disabled your account or it may be awaiting activation Log in User Name Password Forgotten Your Password Remember Me The administrator may have required you to register before

    Original URL path: http://forums.internetbusiness.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18515 (2016-02-18)
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  • Time to Dump IE6 Compatibility? - Internet Business Forums
    start on a new site and I am seriously thinking about not making it compatible for IE6 I heard a while back that Youtube have dropped support for the browser and MS don t even do it but most web developers are seemingly still supporting it I checked out my Analytics and found that only 4 of my visitors are using it However I think that will go up a bit as I get more commercial visitors in numbers if not as What are the thoughts of those here Drop or keep I am of the impression that IE6 users are more likely to be tech noobs and thus will need more hand holding as well David Gif image ghosting Does dark purple do it for you Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Switch to Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Threaded Mode Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Smilies are On IMG code is On HTML code is Off Trackbacks are On Pingbacks are On Refbacks are Off Forum Rules All times are

    Original URL path: http://forums.internetbusiness.co.uk/design-development-63/time-dump-ie6-compatibility-17914/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Who Posted? - Internet Business Forums
    Who Posted Total Posts 11 User Name Posts underpressure 2 Brian Turner 2 david64 2 monaghan 1 brooke2 1 MarkD 1 leadbuyuk 1 bsfweb 1 Show Thread Close Window

    Original URL path: http://forums.internetbusiness.co.uk/misc.php?do=whoposted&t=17914 (2016-02-18)
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