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Status Bar The name for the toolbar itself is the "status bar". Status Bar - a strip along the bottom of a software or Internet application that indicates what is happening with a task or information like date, time, cursor or scroll position, page number, open applications, etc. http://www.dictionary.com/browse/status-bar On a Web ...
Just to add to this thread, I have often seen people in Germany use email@example.com. Depending on your addressed user it might come of as too distant / weird though.
I would personally recommend the equivalent of firstname.lastname@example.org, which is the format I use. I agree with your assessment — to me, emails like email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org seem a bit too playful or informal. I like to use one email address across all the services I use, so something that is completely neutral is key. Hard to get more neutral than ...
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org I feel like "info" is sufficiently informal that it doesn't sounds stuffy, but at the same time it's pretty standard. "Questions" is less standard, but easy to remember. Although people might not remember to pluralize it, so I'd have "question" (without the 's') forward to you too. Whatever you use, make sure the ...
The best one I've seen a lot, particularly for small businesses and agencies is: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org It is friendly, non-specific and not pretentious.
You don't say what kinds of projects - that may have a big impact. Web projects? Development? UX? Design? SEO? Who do you want to attract? For the most part, we don't remember someone's email address letter for letter, we either have a card, put it in the phone, or email a quick note on the spot. So the email address is really more for impact than mnemonic ...
Yes, contact@ or John@johndoe.com Or a gmail. Many people are giving out their Twitter names instead of email nowadays when they present or on their sites, but always good to have different contact options.
email@example.com - for admin stuff firstname.lastname@example.org - for support stuff email@example.com - for hr stuff firstname.lastname@example.org - for communication over mail Such email ids are fairly standard nowadays. Am I better off using a known provider such as @gmail.com or @yahoo.com? If you own your own email domain name then why go for other email providers. ...
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