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10.01.2017
Lunar Exploration Updated

ESA's Interactive Guide to the Moon. Credit: ESA

Updated Lunar Exploration Website

The European Space Agency (ESA) has released an update of their Interactive Guide to the Moon following work by Design & Data.

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04.01.2012
Newsletter

Newsletter

Writing for the Web – Part 5: Newsletters

Newsletters have become an integral part of digital media. They are a personalisable method of promoting your company and an important means for customer retention. Nevertheless, the flood of newsletters irritates many email recipients and so they frequently acknowledge their digital post by clicking “Delete”. Part Five in the series “Writing for the Web” will provide you with suggestions as to how you can persuade recipients to read your mail.

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14.06.2011
Writing for the Web

Writing for the Web

Writing for the Web - Part 2: Text Structure

The layout for the website is finished, the pictures have all been taken and the programming is progressing well. All you need now is the text – the right words. You try your hardest to find some inspiration. If only the page didn’t seem so empty. You wonder where on earth you should begin. Part two in the series “Writing for the Web” focuses on how to structure your text successfully, and how this can be achieved without getting too frustrated.

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01.07.2011
Writing for the Web

Writing for the Web

Writing for the Web – Part 3: the right style

Good style is not just a question of taste. This is true for home furnishings just as much as for writing texts for the web. Part Three in the series “Writing for the Web” describes how to become more focused and choose the correct words.

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12.08.2011
Writing for the Web

Writing for the Web

Writing for the Web – Part 4: Search engines

If you haven’t heard of Google, you haven’t lived. That may sound a bit exaggerated, but it is actually not very far from reality: website operators often consider a good result in the most popular search engines to be the most important criterion for the success of a website because many visitors access websites via the search results. But how can we make a search engine understand that our content is relevant to the user’s search enquiry? Part Four in the series “Writing for the Web” will provide you with the answers.

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26.05.2011
Writing for the Web

Writing for the Web

Writing for the Web

Texts on the Internet have to fulfil many different requirements. But what does that actually mean? Good internet texts sell products, enhance your image, increase visitor figures and are a source of delight for both users and search engines. That’s a lot of responsibility for a simple text. Or rather for its author. To enable you to write good website texts more easily in future, we are launching our blog series entitled “Writing for the Web”.

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