Posts Tagged ‘website update’

8. Page building

Page-layout applications rely on combinations of visual and typographic styles that can be assembled into templates. Templates provide an assortment of master pages (like templates within the template) that address the format requirements of an individual catalog project, including product listings, product features, and introductory pages. These templates save large amounts of time and effort at the same time that they reduce the prospect of inconsistent formatting. When it comes to creating read more

9. Planning for series and updates

It’s always wise to begin a project with an eye to versions, sequels, and follow-ups. Ask and answer some basic questions to help yourself plan. The answers to some of these questions affect the answers to others.

  1. How often do you add new products? Frequently? Rarely?
  2. How often do you plan to issue your catalog? Monthly? Quarterly? Annually? On an as-needed but irregular basis?
  3. How many products do you want to feature in your catalog? Everything you sell? One specific line? Only sale items and closeouts?
  4. Will your catalog appear in only one language? If not, will you incorporate multiple languages into each issue or create separate versions in individual languages? Are these languages written using alphabets, logographic or segmental scripts, or syllabaries? Are any of these languages right-to-left reading? In how many of these languages are you fluent?
  5. Will you need different catalog variations for different parts of the world, reflecting the need to avoid mentioning certain products where they clash with cultural traditions or local laws?

Products and scheduling

The number of products you want to feature, and the pace at which you update your product line, has an effect on how many pages your catalog may need and how often you issue it. Some companies issue one master catalog each year, with much-smaller updates each month or quarter to list read more

11. Proofreading your project

You’ve created a catalog design, refined its look, structure, and content, and put the finishing touches on what you hope will be the final page-layout file along your path to completion and production. Before you add “Final” to the file name, however, evaluate every aspect of your project closely so you can identify and correct any errors or problems. Once you send a project out for commercial printing or distribute it digitally to customers, the work becomes difficult (and potentially read more

Update your website or shop automatically

update your cms automatically

Prodalist is extending its features. On top of creating various types of catalogs, on top of creating apps without programming, you will be able, from your desktop, to

Create or Update all your products in your website automatically

Marketers: design your mobile app without programming

 Additionally to email catalogs and pro-printing catalogs, prodalist now generates mobile app, for Android, iOS and Windows 10 Mobile

a game changer for marketing

Download our Android™ demo app in the samples page

Download prodalist Professional demo to make your catalog + your own app

Your Company App to present company + products at best

  • Graphical user interface: YOU decide!
    • colors
    • texts
    • backgrounds
    • orientation (Portrait, Landscape, free orientation)

    customize your app at will – only with clicks – no programming

    • Icon: select you desired image for the app icon and prodalist will generate automatically all required files in all formats & sizes
    • Splash screen: an opportunity to introduce your company or your app. Select you desired image for the splash screen and prodalist will generate automatically all required files in all formats & sizes

    The app has currently 4 sections accessible with 4 top buttons. Except the “Start Page”, all sections are optional read more

We love MS Excel as product database

This may sound weird, but indeed we are enthusiastic supporter of MS Excel® or equivalent as product management database in many cases. And we have arguments

Next steps*

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