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Feb 27

A webdesign brief document for every website

Posted by Benedikte Vanderweeën on 27/02/2009

It’s no luxury to make a document for every website that you design. A document with a design description. Before starting a webdesign project, a webdesigner collects lots of information. You get a lot of information in your mailbox (clients tend to send you everything by e-mail), you receive a logo, a brochure and text for the webdesign, that’s about it. Over the years, I collected everything nicely in a folder with the name of the client. I still work this way but I add a design brief to every project now. The client receives also a copy of this document. It’s important information, my clients use this document for marketing material that they afterwards (after the launch of their website) need to order.

Feb 24

March 2009 free calendar

Posted by Benedikte Vanderweeën on 24/02/2009

February is almost gone, the shortest month of the year. That means spring is ready to begin, no? Because it is my favorite season, I made this March calendar free to download and to use it as a Wallpaper for your screen.

Feb 23

All about Adobe LiveCyle on Adobe Business Exchange 2009

Posted by Tim Bertens on 23/02/2009

I was invited on the Adobe Business Exchange 2009 on Tuesday 10.02.09 in Bozar in Brussels. The mission of the day was 'Discover in just one day the world of Adobe LiveCycle Enterprise solutions'.

Feb 13

Free Valentine Wallpaper: love goes toward love

Posted by Benedikte Vanderweeën on 13/02/2009

Tomorrow, it’s Valentine’s day. I made a wallpaper for you to download, so go ahead and have a happy Valentine day!

Feb 07

Get insight into your website with Google Analytics

Posted by Tim Bertens on 07/02/2009

Do you really know your website and do you know what is going on? If not, this article is written for you!

Jan 16

Do you just want a website?

Posted by Tim Bertens on 16/01/2009

… or do you want a website that creates additional business for your company. 8 tips for being successful on the web

Jan 14

Making a favicon with IconBuilder

Posted by Benedikte Vanderweeën on 14/01/2009

How to make a transformation of a logo into a favicon in a browser window?
How exactly do you define the area to show in your favicon? And how do you built a quality favicon, and implement the code into your document? I’ll explain in this article. I prefer to use the Photoshop Filter IconBuilder by Iconfactory.

Jan 04

Creating reusable buttons for your website.

Posted by Benedikte Vanderweeën on 04/01/2009

Let me start by wishing you all a very happy 2009!
We have been busy building websites and creating mock-ups for new websites.
I was looking for a way to make adjustable buttons for use in a website and tried to make a few reusable buttons in Illustrator after reading some tips in Computer Arts Magazine. Let me tell you how I made them:

Dec 11

Choosing harmony colors from a logo

Posted by Benedikte Vanderweeën on 11/12/2008

Every other day around 6 pm, I receive an e-mail from Layers Magazine with 1 Illustrator or Indesign tip or trick for the day. This time after reading the article, I tested the tip in Illustrator for one of my clients who needs a new website (and for whom I am looking for some inspiring colors). I have a logo (already some years old) but looking for some harmony colors for that logo.
Suppose you have a logo with 1 or 2 colors. You need some more colors for - let’s say - a website, a brochure but you’re not sure what colors to choose exactly. Here are the steps to follow:

Dec 01

New version of BeneMailer, our mailmarketing platform

Posted by Tim Bertens on 01/12/2008

Today was a big day for BeneMailer.  Our mailmarketing tool has been upgraded and brought back to live this morning.  A short overview of new features you might find very useful

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    We write about subjects that are related to our business in web design and the other services we offer. Mostly, I write about projects we have done for our clients, some tutorials on software we use, about creative processes and side projects I am working on when not working on client projects. We appreciate your time here on our website, thanks! In case you want to reach out, please send an e-mail to benedikte at bene dot be.