How To Make The Right Keyword Analysis For Your Website

Everyone looking to build a website might have heard about SEO- the mysterious Search Engine Optimization. This is a never-ending process that consists of multiple steps and there are always enhancements that can be done to improve website visibility in the search engines. If you have ever heard about the SEO you might have also … Continue Reading

Expert Tips on How to Build a Multicultural Website

For anyone undertaking any kind of creative endeavour in cyberspace, the proclamation that the ‘web is global’ should be an unspoken mantra that underpins any design consideration. Here I run you through some of the basics of multicultural web design.

Client Handling:Finding your Client’s Pain Points

In my years of dealing with a variety of different clients, I have noticed one curious trend. It is amazing how many other Web designers have left a bad taste in people’s mouths from previous experiences they’ve had. I think this boils down to two things: lack of experience and lack of awareness. I want … Continue Reading

Client Tactics: Freelance Contract Basics Part 1

In the discussion for one of my other articles here on 1WD, someone asked about contracts and I thought this would be a good time to discuss them. So What’s the easiest way to get burned by a client? Not having a contract. Contracts are one of the most vital and misunderstood tools of the … Continue Reading

22 Handy HTML5 & CSS3 Tools, Resources And Guides

HTML5 and CSS3 are bringing new features to us and in this article you’ll be able to find some great tools, cheat sheets and much more you could need to master these new features. Maybe those new features aren’t yet supported fully, but it’s a very good thinking to learn new technologies now so you would … Continue Reading

Client Tactics: How to Spot a Deadbeat Client

Imagine if  freelancers have x-ray vision or suppose Apple approves a gadget that makes x-ray vision possible, (iVision). If this is possible then freelancers will not have any problem in discerning a potentially great client from a deadbeat one. Sadly freelancers don’t have x-ray vision but, learning how to identify a deadbeat client the old-fashioned … Continue Reading

Client Tactics: Making an Impression on a Client

As designers we have our skills honed; a gorgeous portfolio, well designed business cards, and a vicious social media presence. So what’s missing? Here we will be discussing the preparation for impressing a client. Impressing a client is crucial not only for initial business, but also for repeat business. Impressed clients will brag about their … Continue Reading