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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

Nov 30

Printing JPEG

Posted by Benedikte Vanderweeën on 30/11/2008

Recently, a client asked me what type of digital camera he should buy. The most important feature he wants is the ability to print his JPEG’s in print quality. He wants to use his photo’s in printed brochures, printed newsletters, advertisements, etc… The question here is: how do you know on what dimensions you can print your digital photo?

Nov 30

Desktop Wallpaper for december 2008

Posted by Benedikte Vanderweeën on 30/11/2008

Time to change your desktop wallpaper! Smashing Magazine shows 55 free December desktop wallpapers and mine is featured too.

Nov 28

Going for the masses or for segmentation in emailmarketing

Posted by Tim Bertens on 28/11/2008

It is almost a philosophical question looking at it from a different angle: do you want to go for quality or for volume? It is certainly an aspect that is often forgotten when using a very powerful medium like the internet and especially email.  But it is so easy to mail half the globe, sir… Well you really shouldn’t, so reconsider and read on!

Nov 21

My website cannot be found in search engines - Introduction to SEO part 3

Posted by Tim Bertens on 21/11/2008

The most important answers to the question ‘What do I need to do to make my website appear in search results?’ were given in the first 2 parts of this introduction to SEO.  As important is to know what do I definitely need to avoid to make sure my website is not banned from search engines.  The third and final part of this introduction will make you aware of “The Dont’s” in SEO.

Nov 21

New Bene website featured on CSS webdesign showcases

Posted by Benedikte Vanderweeën on 21/11/2008

A few weeks ago, we launched our new Bene website. The website was made using Expression Engine as the content management system. We hope to finish the dutch version within a few months, but for now, everything is written in english. Our website has made it in a few showcase galleries. We like to share the list with you.

Nov 14

New website for Bene

Posted by Tim Bertens on 14/11/2008

We are glad to announce you the new version of our website.  It has took us quite a while to complete due to numerous other projects for our clients that of course take priority.  That said we’re are very glad it is finally there and we hope you enjoy it too!

Nov 12

Understanding email open rates

Posted by Tim Bertens on 12/11/2008

Take full advantage of the reporting capabilities of email-marketing.  Find out what an open rate is, how it is measured and calculated, and whether your open rate is normal or not.

Nov 07

CODA web development editor

Posted by Benedikte Vanderweeën on 07/11/2008

An (X)HTML/CSS editor is an important piece of software for me. As a webdesigner, I use editing software to build my websites every day. Recently I switched from Adobe Dreamweaver to Panic’s CODA for the Mac.

Sep 02

Using the Crop tool in Illustrator CS3

Posted by Benedikte Vanderweeën on 02/09/2008

After your artwork is finished in Illustrator, you often need to change the dimensions of your image. You can crop a teaser from an illustration to use for publication on a website. The crop tool in Illustrator is very helpful.

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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.