An intranet is the first cousin to the internet and it yields a degree of credit to your business. I was fortunate to be working for a design agency in Edinburgh some years ago. The agency was being reviewed for a prestigious Scottish award and the MD wanted to win the award desperately. I was assigned the mission of designing and content managing the intranet.
After years of using Adobe CS, I attempted to learn Macromedia Flash, but was put off by the user-unfriendly interface and the long tutorials which didn't seem to make sense. So after a bit of research on the internet, I found out how to make a Flash movie in ImageReady. These techniques can also be used to export a Flash movie from Illustrator.
NiftyBlythe.Com is the online catelogue website for N:ifty@Work, a Singapore base push cart selling Blythe Dolls' accessories like clothes, eye chips, socks, shoes, anything that a Blythe owner would want to beauty up their Blythe friends.
Adding customised design to web menu bars can really improve the appearance of your website and the clients love it. Even a simple line drawing in a pastel coloured menu can add effectiveness and individuality to the viewers first impression of your website.
After Hurricane Katrina, I quickly organized a benefit concert to raise money for the Red Cross. Due to the short notice, using online advertising was the best way to quickly promote the concert and get interest. I decided to go with a banner advertisement. The primary things to keep in mind for banners is a graphic of small size, but eye catching enough to gain the attention of web surfers.