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Summary: The following article by Kevin Keeker of MSN Usability & Marketing, was originally published on 19 May 1997 and is being republished in its entirety based on customer requests. (12 printed pages)
Kevin Keeker, Microsoft Corporation
Published: May 2007
Republished: September 2008
Applies to: Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007, Microsoft Expression Web
- Content Quality
- Ease of Use
- Promoting Content
- Made-for-the-Medium Content
- Emotional Response
Just came by a neat dynamic view tool and found out that it was using Scene7 On-Demand developped by Adobe –Take a look at some examples and you will find out how powerful this tool can be.
Definitely a future reference while developing for the online catalogs.
Finally I decided dive into newsletter design. It is all fine when designing the layout. But soon the problems start so shown while I am coding this newsletter –
- I used inline style + DIV technique because I am very familiar with those two technique. But it just lost the style and width that I defined — But it looked just fine in the preview pan in the HTML editor and also in different browsers…
- So I change to plan B, using all tables — such a pain with …