Building email newsletters is a bit of a black art. Use these four suggestions when designing your next email newsletter to make sure it looks good.
Richard Munter and Jessica Westermann lead the unique partnership of Munter Westermann Arts & Media. A cross-functional team, Munter Westermann has developed communication materials for leading environmental, arts, and service organizations. We have expertise and extensive experience across multiple disciplines allowing us to design for and deliver optimally across different media.
Richard works on all stages of production including concept development, execution, and delivery on web, video, design, and performance projects. Learn more about Richard.
Jessica’s background lies in performing arts and administration. She has a particular focus on instruction, design, and planning. Learn more about Jessica.
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Some thoughts on a few topics. Does your website really need HTTPS? How can you use Artificial Intelligence in your small business? And do you really need those annoying Captchas on your site?
When I was studying at Ryerson University, we had a Digital Graphics course in our first year of the Media program. I created an animation from Muybridge’s classic motion studies which helped increase my interest in combining images and code.
The police officer rolled up in her car beside me on the sidewalk. Someone had complained about the suspicious man loitering on the street with a strange contraption pointed at a hospital.
Here’s how I protect my computer when browsing and reading email. Use my sixteen tips to be safer online.
Aim for simplicity in the design and development of your website for maximum impact and most efficient maintenance.
If you use passwords like ‘password’, ‘robert1980’, ‘1234567890abcdefghijklmnop’, ‘qwertyuiop’, or ‘J0hnSm1th’, then you need to read this post.
At bedtime, my children love when I tell a ‘Jacob and Anna’ story – an adventure, made-up on the spot, that stars them. They have ridden dragons, been shrunk to the size of an ant, met elves, and orbited the moon.
My life turned upside down twice in the summer of 2005. In June 2005, I worked as Creative Director at a small design agency. It was a sleepy day at the office, when my boss called the staff into a meeting and told us all a surprising piece of news.
I like to think of a website as a digital signpost. Even if it’s only a single page – it’s a way for people to find you and connect with you. Obviously, it can be much more than that but when getting started, all your website needs to be is a single page. Your classic under construction page (not my favorite thing), can start as a contact page and then be replaced by the full site.