Las mejores formas de compartir fotografías en la web | Bitelia.com


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Hoy en día, compartir fotografías es algo que es casi “natural” de internet. Todos los usuarios encuentran maneras diferentes todos los días para compartir fotografías a través de la red, y los desarrolladores inventan cada vez más formas de hacerlo. Si no, nos podemos fijar sin más en el éxito espectacular de Instagram, aplicación móvil para compartir fotografías filtradas con efectos especiales que le dan una vibra vintage. Pero las aplicaciones móviles no son la única forma que tenemos de compartir fotografías a través de internet.

 

En este post vamos a hacer un repaso de las mejores formas de compartir imágenes que podemos encontrar, a través de diferentes formas. Algunas son más populares que otras, pero el propósito es siempre el mismo.

Almacenamiento en la nube

Los múltiples servicios de almacenamiento en la nube nos permiten almacenar también fotografías, lo que puede resultar muy útil. Con las diferentes actualizaciones se fueron generando mejoras a la funcionalidad de compartir fotografías en todos estos servicios, lo que los convierte en una opción ideal a la hora de, por ejemplo, compartir álbumes de fotos de viajes o de eventos.

  • Dropbox: las funcionalidades de Dropbox en lo que se refiere al almacenamiento de imágenes han mejorado muchísimo. Por un lado, podemos setear nuestros dispositivos móviles para sincronizar todas las fotografías que hayamos sacado con nuestro Smartphone, por ejemplo, para que aparezcan automáticamente en una carpeta de Dropbox. Pero además podemos crear enlaces públicos para compartir fotografías con todos que pueden ser visualizadas o descargadas, o compartir carpetas donde guardamos los archivos en buena calidad.
  • Skydrive: de forma similar a Dropbox, pero con un límite mayor de almacenamiento gratuito, con Skydrive podemos guardar nuestras fotografías online y crear álbumes de fotos que se pueden descargar y visualizar con solamente tener un link. En este sentido, mientras que Dropbox es más conveniente a la hora de compartir entre dos usuarios, Skydrive puede tener más utilidad para crear álbumes de fotos online que puedan ser visualizados por cualquiera –con los correctos settings de privacidad, por supuesto-.
  • Adobe Photoshop Express: con este flamante servicio que inauguró hace algunos meses Adobe, tenemos acceso a nuestras fotografías y a una suite de edición –que no tiene demasiadas funcionalidades pero que es bastante útil. De forma gratuita tenemos un almacenamiento de 2GB, aunque podemos optar para tener más espacio a través de un pago. Por otro lado, tenemos la posibilidad de compartir las fotografías editadas a través de Facebook y Twitter, y también por correo electrónico. Lo que no tenemos es la opción para crear álbumes que puedan ser vistos desde la web.

Servicios específicos

Por otro lado, también encontramos servicios específicos que están dedicados al fotógrafo o al amante de la fotografía. En su momento, el rey supremo fue Flickr, aunque su falta de actualizaciones –se espera que la actual CEO de Yahoo!, Marissa Mayer, mejore el servicio en este aspecto- y sus paupérrimas aplicaciones móviles lo han dejado bastante rezagado en comparación con otros servicios. Hemos seleccionado algunos con diferentes características.

  • Flickr: no podemos dejar de compartir este sitio. Con el correr de los años Flickr se ha transformado en una comunidad donde fotógrafos pueden mostrar su trabajo, pero además conectar con otras personas. Las fotografías que subimos a Flickr son públicas, se puede habilitar o deshabilitar su descarga, se les puede incluir una licencia Creative Commons para su uso en blogs y publicaciones, y se puede recibir comentarios sobre nuestro trabajo. También se pueden usar etiquetas para identificar un estilo o una temática, por ejemplo. Es un servicio muy completo que permite subir fotografías de alta calidad, y tambiéncrear “sets” o colecciones para compartir con los demás.
  • Picasa: este servicio podría ser considerado como la “respuesta” de Google a Flickr. Picasa es su propio servicio de almacenamiento de fotografías y lo que tiene de bueno es la sincronización entre diferentes servicios como Blogger para poder tener todas nuestras fotografías sincronizadas en un único lugar. También nos brinda la opción de crear álbumes de fotos y compartirlos con los demás, además de compartir fotos individuales.
  • 500px: este –relativamente- nuevo sitio es más de nicho; está dedicado a los fotógrafos, que obtienen la posibilidad de crear un perfil para poder dar a conocer su trabajo. La diferencia en este caso es que algunas de las fotografías de los miembros de 500px se pueden comprar o vender, porque como dijimos está pensado para un tipo de usuario en particular. Podemos destacar su diseño, su interfaz intuitiva, y la calidad de las imágenes que se puede subir.
  • Photobucket: este servicio es un viejo conocido de internet y tiene un funcionamiento muy simple. Seleccionamos la fotografía que queremos subir, y el servicio genera un link que podemos compartir o embeber. Para almacenar las fotografías, podemos crear un nombre de usuario o sincronizar Photobucket con Twitter o Facebook. Desde sus comienzos el funcionamiento del sitio ha sido optimizado para que subir una fotografía a internet no sea un proceso completamente engorroso.
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¡Hey, Sexy Lady! Nuestras 10 versiones favoritas del Gangnam Style

¿A quién no le gusta el Gangnam Style? El vídeo viral más exitoso de la historia está en todas partes, arrasando allá por donde pasa y generando miles de copias y versiones. Y todas ellas, impulsadas desde la propia creación del original, acogida a ‘Creative Commons’ para que todo el mundo pudiera reinterpretar tanto el tema como el propio videoclip.

Y eso es lo que han hecho miles de personas: bailar, imitar, mezclar, deconstruir y reconstruir el famoso temazo y su vídeo. De entre tantísimas opciones, nosotros os traemos nuestras 10 versiones favoritas. Por algún motivo u otro, son las que más nos han llamado la atención. Y claro… hay alguna española.

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The Wikipedia website  now includes tools to help you create formatted ebooks using content from one or more Wikipedia pages – here’s a sample ebook in the EPUB format.

Wikipedia eBook

Wikipedia has offered the PDF export functionality on their website for some time but with the recent change, you can export a selection of Wikipedia pages as EPUBs which is a much better format for reading articles offline on mobile phones, ebook readers and tablets. PDF is still a more suitable format for creating print-ready ebooks.

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The Ten Commandments Of Twitter | business2community.com


 

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The proliferation of trolls and fanatics in our beloved chirping microblog has made it urgent to issue some shared guidelines we can all adhere to that can regulate private and public behavior on Twitter. This is my proposal, which I submit to your consideration.

1. Thou shalt not patronize others. If you hold any views as to how others should write their profile and/or manage their public image and their account, write a post or tell them privately but don’t patronize them by lecturing them publicly: it’s arrogant, condescending and shows rather poor taste.

2. Thou shalt not debate sectarians. Twitterland is sadly rife with sectarians of the Left and the Right, defenders of the only true faith and fundamentalists of all political, religious and even sporting persuasions with whom engaging in debate is a futile and at times counterproductive exercise. Don’t be tempted and if they become a nuisance, just block them.

3. Thou shalt respect freedom of speech. Everyone is entitled to disagreeing with others’ political and religious views, musical, cultural and TV preferences. That does not mean they are ignorant or incongruent, but simply that their views and preferences are not yours. Learn to live with and respect that.

4. Thou shalt not applaud sexist, racist, homophobic and other discriminatory statements. Even if they are done in jest, I hasten to add. The last thing we need is for Twitter to become fertile ground for bigots. Expose them and don’t laugh at their jokes.

5. Thou shalt not demand answers to your queries. Private tweeters are under no obligation to reply to your queries let alone solve your doubts and problems. Don’t be demanding when you don’t have a right to be so. Leer más “The Ten Commandments Of Twitter | business2community.com”

Designing For Android: Tips And Techniques


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Android is an attractive platform for developers, but not all designers share our enthusiasm. Making an app look and feel great across hundreds of devices with different combinations of screen size, pixel density and aspect ratio is no mean feat. Android’s diversity provides plenty of challenges, but creating apps that run on an entire ecosystem of devices is rewarding too.

Android devices in various sizes.
There are hundreds of Android devices with different screen sizes and resolutions. (Image credit: Android Design. Used under Creative Commons license.)

At Novoda, we build Android software for brands, start-ups and device manufacturers. We often work with visual designers who are new to Android. The new Android Design site is the first resource we recommend. You should definitely check it out. However, there is plenty more to pick up! The goal is to create apps that people love to use. Thoughtful UX and aesthetically pleasing visual designs help us get there.

This article provides a set of practical tips and design considerations for creating Android apps. I’ve tried to include something useful whether you’re crafting pixel-perfect graphic assets, finding an optimal user flow or getting your hands dirty developing XML layouts.

Pixels

Visual design is hugely important in the perceived quality of an app. It might even improve usability. Most developers have some exposure to UI patterns, but developers with visual design skills are rare. They really need you. Delivering high-fidelity mock-ups, drawable resources (i.e. graphic assets) and guidance to developers is the best way to deliver an aesthetically pleasing experience to the end user.

SCALE NICELY

Android is a platform of many screen densities. There is no set of resolutions to target, rather a density independent measurement scheme for graphics, widgets and layouts. This is covered in depth in a previous Smashing article and the official documentation, so I’ll just add a mention of this neat web tool for calculating density pixels.

Screen densities.
Optimize graphics for different screen densities. (Image credit: Android Design. Used under Creative Commons license.)

It’s not always practical to hand optimize graphic assets for each density. The platform can scale resources down reasonably well. However, it’s always worth testing designs on low-end devicesand optimizing resources that scale badly.

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Experience EasySearch in kikin Browser for iPad today!


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Como un artista sabe más de mkt online que publicistas y empresarios. [ Prgtl. a Blockbuster, out of title…]

En un entorno donde los conceptos publicitarios clásicos se están quedando cada vez más obsoletos y donde, quien no controle los medios digitales están más cerca de estar fuera, de lo que podemos entender por comunicación y promoción, resulta cuanto menos curioso el pequeño caso de estudio que hoy presento.

El caso en cuestión es el del músico norteamericano Trent Reznor (no voy a entrar en detalles de quien es, os pongo un enlace a la Wikipedia), aunque ahora lo escuchareis por haber realizado la BSO de la película “The Social Network”
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En un entorno donde los conceptos publicitarios clásicos se están quedando cada vez más obsoletos y donde, quien no controle los medios digitales están más cerca de estar fuera, de lo que podemos entender por comunicación y promoción, resulta cuanto menos curioso el pequeño caso de estudio que hoy presento.

El caso en cuestión es el del músico norteamericano Trent Reznor (no voy a entrar en detalles de quien es, os pongo un enlace a la Wikipedia), aunque ahora lo escuchareis por haber realizado la BSO de la película “The Social Network
http://www.thesocialnetwork-movie.com

Para ello me baso en conversaciones mantenidas con empresarios de la publicidad y como cada vez es más frecuente que estén “fuera de juego” de lo que está ocurriendo en Internet, como entorno, donde la nueva publicidad se está llevando a cabo (y la consiguiente pérdida de negocio). Me encantó este artículo donde define genialmente bien lo que quiero plasmar con este párrafo  . En muchos de los enlaces que os adjunto podréis ver ventas para ver la rentabilidad de sus proyectos.

Antes de nada, el detonante de todo esto fué el abusivo precio que la gente de marketing de su compañía les puso a su LP Year Zero argumentando mucha popularidad del artista.

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5 Biggest Copyright Pitfalls for Web Designers

3. Platform Licensing

The days of static websites went out nearly a decade ago. Most sites today are built on top of a platform of some variety or another, be it WordPress, Joomla, Presta Shop or some other software. However, many of these tools have strict and/or unusual licensing requirements and it is easy for designers to run afoul of their terms when setting up a new site.

The most common mistake is installing a purchased application on too many sites; for example, by buying a one-domain license on ThemeForest for an application, but using it with multiple clients.

However, even open source applications carry risks as many designers, in an attempt to keep the site clean, remove attribution lines in the code and files on the server that are required as part of the license.

When using any software to build a site, take a moment to read thorough the license and understand what it means. Follow those terms closely. Developers are constantly becoming more savvy about tracking down those who violate their licenses and even authors that license under the GPL are becoming more aggressive about enforcing their terms.
4. Open Source Blunders

A related mistake comes when web designers use and publish works based on open source code, particularly GPLed code (which includes many WordPress themes) and forget to either retain the license information and/or fail to donate their modified code back to the GPL.

If you create a derivative work of a GPL-licensed one, such as making a GPL WordPress theme a different color, the new theme has to be licensed under the GPL.

If you are unsure of whether your new work meets the requirement for GPL “inheritance”, this 2001 article by Lawrence Rosen (http://www.sitepoint.com/article/public-license-explained/) explains it quite nicely.


5 Biggest Copyright Pitfalls for Web Designers

When it comes to design, copyright is often a very muddled gray area. Just as the lines between plagiarism and homage are often confusing, so too is the line between infringing and non-infringing use of copyrighted material. Since it is natural and even expected of Web designers to incorporate elements from other sites and other creations, it is important to understand the risks and hazards when it comes to copyright in Web design. As such, here are five of the most common copyright pitfalls Web designers face and how to best avoid them. Leer más “5 Biggest Copyright Pitfalls for Web Designers”

Publicitarios sin fronteras

Tampoco es una cuestión de “industria” o de si la publicidad sirve o no sirve para algo. Para eso también están otros dispuestos a dejar claro a todo el mundo que la tele es gratis gracias a los anuncios, que la información es poder y que sólo por eso nos merecemos que no hagáis ni zapping ni googling. El debate es lo suficientemente difuso y me temo que no tengo ninguna solución, y mucho menos objetiva.

Por suerte, y mientras tanto, hay otros que, animados por una preocupación similar, han encontrado una forma útil de afrontar tanta duda sin necesidad de abandonar la profesión.

¿Cómo? Destinando el talento creativo y la capacidad de desarrollar estrategias y acciones de comunicación a causas sociales necesitadas de buenas ideas, de un modo desinteresado y en países en desarrollo. No se trata de ir a construir una escuela –algo que puede ser un problema si nunca has usado un martillo- sino encontrar formas relevantes de movilizar a comunidades locales para construir la misma escuela, algo que puede resultar igual de necesario y que probablemente saca más partido a las capacidades de los que trabajamos en esto.


de Juan Manuel Ramirez

fronteras

Es muy probable que cualquiera que lleve unos años trabajando en publicidad se haya planteado alguna vez si lo que hace, a lo que se supone que se dedica en su profesión, es algo que realmente merece la pena o no. Si no ha sido así, al menos habrá escuchado alguna de esas conversaciones de pasillo o cafetería en las que el publicitario de turno comenta que no es que hubiese querido ser profesor o médico, pero que quizá debería estar dedicándose a otra oficio cuyo contribución social, por decirlo de algún modo, fuese más directa, más visible, menos discutible.

Yo mismo tengo pensamientos recurrentes al respecto y nunca termino de estar satisfecho con alguna de mis propias incosistencias vitales: voy a todas partes en bicicleta porque es el medio que me resulta más cómodo. Lo digo siempre que tengo ocasión en un tono de orgullo reivindicativo que refleja lo que para mí es una forma de entender la sostenibilidad urbana. Y en paralelo dedico gran parte de mi tiempo a fomentar la compra de vehículos que, no nos engañemos, en el fondo me parecen un estorbo para mis paseos en bicicleta. Hasta qué punto eso debería quitarme el sueño o me convierte en mala persona es una cuestión difícil de dilucidar. Leer más “Publicitarios sin fronteras”

10 Tips for Designing Presentations That Don’t Suck: Pt.1

Powerpoint has produced more bad design in its day that perhaps any other digital tool in history with the possible exception of Microsoft paint.

In this post we’re going to address the epidemic of bad presentation design with ten super practical tips for designer better looking and more professional presentations. Along the way we’ll see a number of awesome slide designs from Note & Point along with some custom examples built by yours truly. Let’s get started!


Written by Joshua Johnson

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Powerpoint has produced more bad design in its day that perhaps any other digital tool in history with the possible exception of Microsoft paint.

In this post we’re going to address the epidemic of bad presentation design with ten super practical tips for designer better looking and more professional presentations. Along the way we’ll see a number of awesome slide designs from Note & Point along with some custom examples built by yours truly. Let’s get started! Leer más “10 Tips for Designing Presentations That Don’t Suck: Pt.1”

Print Tutorial: Creating A Magazine Cover

Designing magazine covers can be one of the most fun and challenging print design projects out there. Covers are so visible; it’s something everyone who sees the magazine will definitely see. The same goes for designing covers for brochures, catalogs, or other print pieces.

The tutorial here will show you the basics of creating a cover for a fictitious free travel magazine. It’s meant to be a technical tutorial more than a design tutorial, but the finished product is serviceable and of professional quality. Take what you learn here about print layout and Adobe InDesign and apply it to your own projects. The basic techniques can even be applied to something like a full-page display ad.

Here’s the final cover we’ll be creating:

Finalcroppedcover in Print Tutorial: Creating A Magazine Cover
Before You Begin

Like website design, there are certain things you need to know before designing any kind of print layout. While not complicated, there are many things that we rarely take into consideration when designing a website that are vital to the success of a print project. Key among these is image quality and margins (including bleeds).

When choosing images for a print layout (or when provided with images), you have to make sure they’re both sharp enough and have a high enough resolution. What looks great onscreen may be blurry or pixelated when printed on an offset printer (or even an inkjet). Any images used in a print layout need to be at least 300 dpi in order to look good. Any lower than that and they run the risk of being blurry or pixelated.

When resizing images for print layouts, remember to turn off resampling in your Photoshop settings (or whatever program you’re using to resize them). With very high quality images, you can sometimes get away with using images that are slightly lower resolution (as low as 250dpi at times), but check with your printer to see what they recommend based on your paper and other choices.


By Cameron Chapman

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Designing magazine covers can be one of the most fun and challenging print design projects out there. Covers are so visible; it’s something everyone who sees the magazine will definitely see. The same goes for designing covers for brochures, catalogs, or other print pieces.

The tutorial here will show you the basics of creating a cover for a fictitious free travel magazine. It’s meant to be a technical tutorial more than a design tutorial, but the finished product is serviceable and of professional quality. Take what you learn here about print layout and Adobe InDesign and apply it to your own projects. The basic techniques can even be applied to something like a full-page display ad.

Here’s the final cover we’ll be creating:Finalcroppedcover in Print Tutorial: Creating A Magazine Cover

Before You Begin

Like website design, there are certain things you need to know before designing any kind of print layout. While not complicated, there are many things that we rarely take into consideration when designing a website that are vital to the success of a print project. Key among these is image quality and margins (including bleeds).

When choosing images for a print layout (or when provided with images), you have to make sure they’re both sharp enough and have a high enough resolution. What looks great onscreen may be blurry or pixelated when printed on an offset printer (or even an inkjet). Any images used in a print layout need to be at least 300 dpi in order to look good. Any lower than that and they run the risk of being blurry or pixelated.

When resizing images for print layouts, remember to turn off resampling in your Photoshop settings (or whatever program you’re using to resize them). With very high quality images, you can sometimes get away with using images that are slightly lower resolution (as low as 250dpi at times), but check with your printer to see what they recommend based on your paper and other choices. Leer más “Print Tutorial: Creating A Magazine Cover”

Mark Zuckerberg Drawn Using Facebook Icons

Charis Tsevis, whom we know for his Apple related posters, has now created a beautiful portrait of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg using nothing but those tiny 16×16 icons that are used in the design of the Facebook website.

This photo-mosaic style portrait was originally created to go with a Wired Magazine story and is now available for download on Charis’ public Flickr stream under the Creative Commons License.

Like all the other illustrations, Charis mainly used Synthetik Studio Artist, Adobe Creative Suite and Apple QuickTime Pro with some custom script for designing Zuck’s portrait.


Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg

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Strategizing Beyond Twitter and Facebook

By Neil Vidyarthi

thecontentgridlogo Leslie Bradshaw is the President and co-founder of JESS3, a creative interactive agency specializing in social media and data visualization. Her content creation platforms of choice are SlideShare and TwitPic.

How many times a week do you see brands use Twitter and Facebook in their marketing efforts? These days it seems as though it’s almost a harder exercise to name companies not linking to either or both in their promotions. However, I’d like to argue that the sole dependency on Twitter and Facebook alone is, at best, creating a chance to build relationships and a “2.0″ CRM, and, at worst, allowing organizations to successfully build TV stations with audiences without producing any programming. In a lot of cases, content and related strategy – what is going to be created, by whom, when and distributed where – is missing.


thecontentgridlogo Leslie Bradshaw is the President and co-founder of JESS3, a creative interactive agency specializing in social media and data visualization.  Her content creation platforms of choice are SlideShare and TwitPic.

How many times a week do you see brands use Twitter and Facebook in their marketing efforts?  These days it seems as though it’s almost a harder exercise to name companies not linking to either or both in their promotions.  However, I’d like to argue that the sole dependency on Twitter and Facebook alone is, at best, creating a chance to build relationships and a “2.0″ CRM, and, at worst, allowing organizations to successfully build TV stations with audiences without producing any programming. In a lot of cases, content and related strategy – what is going to be created, by whom, when and distributed where – is missing.

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Sure, brands like CNN and the New York Times have obvious content strategies – they are in the business of content.  Videos, photos, blogs, articles, essays.  That’s what they do.  They even have deep benches of mini-content creators in their reporters and producers (CNN’s Twitter lists and the New York Times’ Muckrack.com prove it in a big way).

But somehow, most brands still fall short of truly maximizing and optimizing two of the greatest promises of social media:

1. Democratizing and distributing the role of communications across the entire company. I cringe when I hear that there are still companies, in mid-2010, that are making social media the job of one person in PR / marketing at best, the intern, at worst.

2. Tapping into the power to create and publish. While most companies have the social networking / relationship building and the sharing on lock down, their content creation strategy is still pretty fuzzy.

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FAQ Pages: Best Practices and Examples

By Cameron Chapman

FAQ pages are a vital part of many websites. While not every site needs one, if you’re selling something, providing a service, or giving information about a complex subject, an FAQ can make life much easier for your visitors.

The format of an FAQ varies consdirably from site to site, so there’s not really one “right” design method. But there are some key things to remember, and to keep it simple, just remember F.A.Q.: Focus on information, Assist visitors through interaction, and Question the status quo. Read on for an explanation of each and ideas for how to implement them. We’ve also covered three examples of FAQ pages for reference.
Focus on Information

We all know content is king. But when it comes to FAQ pages, the information you’re presenting really is the absolute most important thing. You have to make sure the content you’re presenting is done so in the most efficient and effective way possible.
Information Comes First

The entire point of an FAQ page is to provide information to your visitors. When you’re designing these pages, make sure you put the information first. In other words, don’t let your design decisions overshadow the content.


By Cameron Chapman

FAQ pages are a vital part of many websites. While not every site needs one, if you’re selling something, providing a service, or giving information about a complex subject, an FAQ can make life much easier for your visitors.

The format of an FAQ varies consdirably from site to site, so there’s not really one “right” design method. But there are some key things to remember, and to keep it simple, just remember F.A.Q.: Focus on information, Assist visitors through interaction, and Question the status quo. Read on for an explanation of each and ideas for how to implement them. We’ve also covered three examples of FAQ pages for reference.

Focus on Information

We all know content is king. But when it comes to FAQ pages, the information you’re presenting really is the absolute most important thing. You have to make sure the content you’re presenting is done so in the most efficient and effective way possible.

Information Comes First

The entire point of an FAQ page is to provide information to your visitors. When you’re designing these pages, make sure you put the information first. In other words, don’t let your design decisions overshadow the content.

Lulufaq1 in FAQ Pages: Best Practices and Examples

The Lulu website offers a straight-forward, content-focused design for their FAQ pages.

Avoid flashy designs, gimmicky layouts, and other design elements that detract from your page’s content. Stick with an easy-to-read typeface, appropriate contrast, and a fairly simple layout.

Amazonnewsellerfaq1 in FAQ Pages: Best Practices and Examples

While Amazon’s dual sidebars make the page feel a little cluttered, they still focus on the content within the center column. Leer más “FAQ Pages: Best Practices and Examples”