Nowadays, it’s easy to create professional-looking websites even without the help of professional coders. Thanks to content management systems like WordPress, anyone can easily build sites from basically nothing. Just look at the websites of small businesses, freelancers, or even real estate listings — those fully-functional websites feature neat layouts and interactive designs. Despite WordPress’ […]
The countless hours you’ve devoted to developing your abilities as a graphic, web, or print designer have rewarded you with marketable skills. You’ve honed your chops to compete with the big dogs and have hung your shingle out for business. Mad skills are great, but investing in the business of your business is no less […]
There are times when I get inspired by people and the work that they do. Evan VanDerwerker is one of those people that inspires me by his work. In this post you will learn about workflow of a freelancer, what good “deliverables” means, and how to get a website for $100.
The online community was abuzz over the weekend in speculation that the first rolling Panda update is now live. Search Engine Roundtable founder and Search Engine Land news editor Barry Schwartz released a study showing increased Google volatility before July 4, which only declined and stabilized on July 7.
The purpose of an effective web design is to facilitate the flow of content in the website and the interaction that revolves around it in order to build up the image that you want to convey to your target audience. With that in mind, you need a balanced approach for the design, involving style, function […]
I have discovered that blogging has many side benefits that are not apparent from an outsider looking in. This is what I have found to be the bonus benefits of blogging that you may find empowering and maybe enlightening.