Not only do business cards bear important information about a company or individual, but they are also essential for leaving a lasting impression to those that receive them.
Freelancing is a full-time job. When you’re not working for your clients, you’re probably looking to land new ones.
WordPress (WP) is one of the most popular publishing platforms in the world. One of the things that make WordPress so ubiquitous is the platform’s ability to be customized and improved through plugins.
If you’re one of the many creative freelancers working from their home, you know how difficult it can sometimes be to get any work done.
Testing to see how your design renders in mobile phones, tablets, laptops, desktops, and other types of Internet-capable devices is essential because nowadays there’s an innumerable number of ways people look at our designs.
Webydo — an online web design software for creating stunning websites in your browser — has teamed up with us to give our readers three 1-year subscriptions to their “One Site” plan. Read on to see how you can win our giveaway!
Keeping costs low and clients happy with the work you deliver can be a very difficult balance to strike, especially for freelance designers. Fortunately, there are great free design resources online to help you out.
User interface design is very important; everything we use — from laptops and desktops to your mobile device and favorite websites — has some sort of UI.
The logos of organizations often carry a lot of meaning. Logos can convey a company’s identity, values, and their brand. However, sometimes, company logos also contain more subtle elements that play with the viewer’s imagination.
Last month, we were lucky enough to be able to team up with the awesome people over at Webby Monks in a giveaway of their HTML/CSS coding services. In this post, I’d like to let everyone know who won the giveaway!
Think of the last unfinished project you decided to throw into the back burner. Chances are that you gave up working on it because it cost you two very crucial things: Time and money.