The time has come for a new website (or website redesign), which means you need to write a website request for proposal or web RFP. A Google search produces a few examples, but they vary wildly and don’t seem to speak really to your goals for developing or redesigning a new website. You need to write a website RFP that will clearly articulate your needs and generate responses from the best website designers and developers out there. But how?
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The Office of Student Aid is seeking a full-time Web Developer to join its Student Services Team. Our ideal candidate is someone with experience of the front…From Penn State University – Fri, 24 Feb 2017 12:17:08 GMT – View all University Park jobs
Facebook’s been busy. While short-sighted people squabble over nothing, Facebook has been quietly rolling out new stuff that continues to make them an indispensable part of a marketer’s arsenal. Facebook’s custom audiences and ability to match data points with user information has been virtually untouchable. Albeit, limited. Not anymore. The true underlying power isn’t in the feature per se. But in how you’re able to leverage it to work with all of the other activities, campaigns, and promotions you’re currently running in multiple channels. Here are seven examples that they’ve introduced over the past few months that you need to start experimenting with immediately. 1. Fan Page Engagement Custom Audiences Custom audiences are undoubtedly the best targeting approach you can use on Facebook. AdWords might have intent. But Facebook’s custom audiences deliver peerless retargeting options. Trouble was, you were kinda limited. You need a large audience to get the most bang for…
Work with developers on new platforms for interactive and multimedia content. Work with developers to enhance app to serve needs specific to GSAS students….From Harvard University – Thu, 26 Jan 2017 00:34:44 GMT – View all Cambridge jobs
SVG is absolutely a vector graphics format. But it’s more than that. You can set type in it. You can place raster graphics in it. There is interactivity and animation. It’s more like a multimedia graphics format. Over on the Media Temple blog, I walk through the creation of a multimedia graphic to show off some of those possibilities. See the Pen SVG is a cross-medium format! by Chris Coyier (@chriscoyier) on CodePen. If we get SVG 2, it’ll be even more multimedia with the inclusion of audio, video, canvas, and more. If you’d like to make SVG more of a part of you day-do-day workflow, and I suggest you do, pick up a copy of Practical SVG. Direct Link to Article — Permalink An SVG That Isn’t All… SVG is a post from CSS-Tricks
Inspired Magazine Inspired Magazine – creativity & inspiration dailyHTML5 brought web development into a new era. Unfortunately, many designers haven’t really caught on to its full potential, and actually are developing HTML4 pages with a simplified doctype and header section. Looking at the source code, unless it is written by somebody who never worked in HTML4 or XHTML, you would often easily mistake it for HTML4 because those designers aren’t changing their style.This is a tremendous shame because HTML5 really does give us some fantastic improvements over HTML4. If we really push those improvements to their limit, the results would more than justify the small investment of time required to learn how to do that.In this article, we’ll go over some of the biggest improvements HTML5 has to offer (and which, in general, are being ignored by designers and developers), with some information on how you can put them to…
Is looking for an enthusiastic and experienced Multimedia Developer to join our Multimedia team. The projects created by the Multimedia Developer may be used on…From CSE Software Inc. – Thu, 10 Nov 2016 22:41:49 GMT – View all jobs
Work collaboratively with web developers, project managers, project directors, content producers, and other staff….From Exploratorium – Wed, 09 Nov 2016 02:38:13 GMT – View all San Francisco jobs
Pixeldust’s challenge was to build an elegant and scalable site giving Mattress Pro an equal presence to Sealy and other large mattress manufacturers. Pixeldust designed a brand-new identity and sleek interface that incorporated Flash and a content management system. The overall result proved to be a huge success: the website played a big role in Mattress Pro’s successful merger negotiations with Mattress Firm.
Pixeldust worked with The nFusion Group to create an animated hero piece for their client Toshiba. Pixeldust employed Flash technology and a little imagination to bring the piece to life. Pixeldust has also built numerous rich media based banner ads for Toshiba’s many interactive campaigns.
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