*Special* LIVE Webinar Training: Learn 5 Step Formula How To Get Clients

Posted in 1WD Features, Web Design12 months ago • Written by 13 Comments

Get ready for the FIRST live webinar at 1stwebdesigner! Check out video inside!

Are you struggling to get your very first client? Worrying about getting more clients in your freelance career? 

I got my very first client when I understood how to look at everything through his eyes! I became a marketer, not only a web designer, and I never had to worry about not having enough work!

Using a super-simple 5-Step System, I am about to show you exactly how to become an expert freelancer and land well paying freelance gigs anytime you want! 

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Creating a CSS3 Dropdown Menu – Video Tutorial

Posted in Coding, HTML & CSS, Web Design1 year ago • Written by 7 Comments

We have talked a lot about about HTML5 and CSS3 in the past couple of months and today we continue the series of video tutorials with a new addition: creating a CSS3 dropdown menu from scratch. It is extremely easy to do, so don’t be scared.

The video is a bit longer, it runs for about 40 minutes, this is because I have gone into great detail explaining the process so that everyone will understand all of the properties. Once you are able to do it on your own, 10-15 minutes should be enough for you to go through the necessary coding and create this dropdown menu.

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An Analysis of Responsive Websites – What’s Hot and What’s Not

Posted in Tips, Web Design1 year ago • Written by 18 Comments

Let’s face it folks, everyone in the web design world is chirping away about responsive websites these days. People definitely carry strong views about it and whether you like it or not, you cannot deny the fact that responsive web design has gone mainstream and will continue to progress and expand in the future.

Every client on the web these days are looking for a website that will function just as good on mobile devices as it does on desktop browsers. And come to think of it, the need of today’s modern technological era is to have one working design that is compatible across multiple platforms and devices that includes Netbooks, Blackberry’s, iPhones, iPads, Kindle readers and other smartphones and tablets. It’s inevitable that over the next few years, new gadgets and devices will be unleashed in the market, all having their own respective screen sizes and resolutions.

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Super Guide on How to Write Web Design and Development Tutorials

Posted in Blogging, Tips, Web Design1 year ago • Written by 19 Comments

Are you ready to get started writing about Web Design?

A few months back, I wrote an article called “Secrets of Learning Web Design and Getting Paid While Doing So”, where I introduced how writing about web design can improve your knowledge and at the same time make yourself some money.

It was a real success judging by the response it got. Many of you wanted to take on the challenge. Today I am going to take the first step by revealing the secrets of writing top quality tutorials.

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Marry Your Client to Win the Game – Get Your Gold Client VIDEO Series

Posted in Freelance, Tips, Web Design1 year ago • Written by 11 Comments

How nice would it be to see your web design client return to you.

How nice would it be to hear your web design client say wonderful things about you.

It would be very nice, I can only agree with you…but I am sure you’re not doing your best to make it happen.

What do I suggest?

I suggest you to do more than what you would normally do.

What is it?

Well, as the title of this article says – Marry Your Client.
What happens then? Keep on reading!

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Real People, Real Money – 7 Web Designers Who Earn Passive Income Online

Posted in Freelance, Tips, Web Design1 year ago • Written by 18 Comments

You already know that as a web designer or a web developer you need passive income. However, making money online might seem like some unrealistic fantasy: sure, maybe those “4-hour work week” folks can chill in Thailand while the money is rolling in, but what about everybody else?

This is why I decided to show you what web designers CAN and DO to make passive income online.

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How to Write a Freelance Pitch That Gets Clients

Posted in Freelance, Tips, Web Design1 year ago • Written by 40 Comments

At some point in every freelancer’s career there comes a time when you’re going to write a freelance pitch for a client’s project. If the thought of being a salesman isn’t intimidating enough,this at least doubles after realizing how many other freelancers pitching and hoping for the project. All those different screaming freelancers saying, “Pick me!” makes it almost impossible to feel like your voice is getting through. Let’s get you that voice!

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Stay Picky to Win the Best Client – Get Your Gold Client VIDEO Series

Posted in Freelance, Tips, Web Design1 year ago • Written by 39 Comments

Being picky most of the times is considered not something to be proud of.
Well, not in this story.

The story I am about to tell you is completely different.
This is the story how by staying picky one lucky guy ended up having this story with happy ending.

So if you believe you deserve more than the average.
Which I am sure you do.

Keep on reading to unveil the rest of the story.

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HTML5 Introduction – What is HTML5 Capable of, Features, and Resources

Posted in Tips, Tools, Web Design1 year ago • Written by 35 Comments

After analyzing our new focus here at 1WD, which basically is teaching new, young, designers about web design and helping them improve their skills and to start in the business, we realized that we really need to go as deep as possible into the basics. And while we covered many of these already, two basic things are still missing from the website, and these two are in-depth introductions and discussions about HTML5 and CSS. Therefore it is one of my assignments for the next period to teach you about these two technologies and, after this, to create several tutorials for you. So in the next two to three months, I will cover aspects of front-end web design, basic coding and tutorials about them. Buckle up and get ready to become better at coding!

UpdateCreate a Responsive Website Using HTML5 and CSS3 – Video Tutorial

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Wet Your Pants To Impress Your Client – Get Your Gold Client VIDEO Series

Posted in Freelance, Tips, Web Design1 year ago • Written by 18 Comments

I still cannot believe how many freelance web designers take so much for granted.
Even something as important as first impression.

No, I’m not referring to looking good and impressing people when you go out.

First impression is when you interact with a potential client for the first time.
So many of you do not stress enough about it.

But you should.
You really should even wet your pants if that is what it takes.

Today I will give you another easily actionable step to get your gold client.

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