The product landing pages have been streamlined over the years to be simple yet providing a compelling experience to the potential buyer. The examples exhibited here showcase the product in one single page where buyers can find information about the product, testimonials, social proof and of course, a big fat button to buy the product!
Google appears to be entering the world of publishing with a book they’ve sending to major advertisers and partners in UK: Think Quarterly. They claim they have no plans to start massively selling copies but the electronic version can be accessed in the site although it requires… Flash? wtf??
jkr, a London-based creative agency, published an anthology book of their Design Gazette blog encompassing design, marketing and how they intertwine with today’s culture. The book’s name is “the blue lady’s new look and other curiosities” and they have kindly gifted me a copy so I wanted to share my thoughts on this good book which is not only very interesting if you’re in the field, it is, as most good things are, entertaining and even fun to read.
Patipat Asavasena is an artist from Thailand showcasing his incredible artwork on DeviantArt. He recently published his first artbook, Everyday Fantasy.
The Octonauts is a cute little group of animals diving the deepness of seven seas and trying to help all the sea animals they found. They have this cute ship that resembles an octopus (hence the name), and the group is integrated by Captain Barnacles, Dr. Shellington, Professor Inkling, Tunip the Vegimal, Sauci Dog, Peso Penguin, Lt. Kwazii Kitten and Tweak Bunny.
Antonio Luppetti, who blogs about CSS, HTML, AJAX, jQuery and other topics about web development, released a while ago this book titledThe Woork Handbook. It’s a collection of tutorials published at Woork that despite the fact that they have one year old they will be very interesting for the web developer newbie and even an intermediate developer, as it introduces some practical ways to get things done.
This geometric-book by Kapitza sisters is a visual delight. Not only the book has those beautiful colors and geometric patterns but tutorials as well. There’s a companion cd with 100 geometric pattern fonts, an amazing resource and inspiration as well for every designer. Kapitza, an East London based agency design is run by sisters Nicole & Petra Kapitza.
Dutch Type by Jan Middendorp, a book about contemporary dutch type design. Complete view on Google Books.