Tag Archives: web design

Giveaway – Comment and Get Any Deal from MightyDeals up to $50

Posted in Freebies1 month ago • Written by 52 Comments

If you have been into design for some time now, you probably know how crucial it is to have high quality assets at your disposal – whether they are fonts, icons, UI kits, etc. A great designer knows how to utilize whatever resources he has; he is able to put all the parts in the right place and synthesize them in order to create a holistic masterpiece. But good resources come at a good price or are hard to find, or both.

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Web Industry Job Titles: Where Do You Fit In?

Posted in Freelance, Tips, Web Design2 months ago • Written by 10 Comments

With the continuous evolution of the Web, web industry job titles are created at a very impressive rate, opening up a lot of possible career opportunities for more people each day.

Speaking of careers, what do you call yourself? I mean, are you a web designer or a web developer? Or are you the kind of person who’s somehow stuck on both boats? I believe that learning your real job title will be tantamount to learning where you’re good at. In my previous article, I have explained that you should be an expert on something. And honestly, stamping your identity through a job title could be considered as the first step.

To begin with, I would like to make it clear that there are a lot of job titles on the Web. The confusion between such jobs is understandable because they do meet ways. So, how do we know which is which and where we fit in? Let’s take a look:

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Web Designers Who Code: Should Be or Should Not Be

Posted in Blogging, Freelance, Web Design2 months ago • Written by 13 Comments

There is a great debate on whether the web designer should learn coding. Is there a need for web designers who code? If you were one, would you try it?

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A Quick History of Adobe Photoshop & Cool Facts Behind the Living Legend

Posted in Inspiration6 months ago • Written by 20 Comments

We all love Photoshop. It has done wonders for all designers, photographers and hobbyists by providing a one-program solution for all the design needs. It is very flexible, easy to use and readily available. Its tools are so perfectly fitting for all the design needs, you’ll never look for another! This is the main reason why we all love this amazing program, right?

But behind all of these quirky features, do we all know where it all began? Do you know the history of Adobe Photoshop? Aren’t we all curious where our favorite software came from? Who made it? Well, this calls for a history lesson.

The tale began in 1987 when PhD student Tom Knoll wrote a graphics application in a Macintosh Plus. The software was used to display gray scale images on a monochrome display. Knoll called it ‘Display.’ We could now consider Display as the unofficial father of our beloved Photoshop.

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Why Bad Designers are Scarier than Dating Taylor Swift

Posted in Freelance, Tips, Web Design11 months ago • Written by 83 Comments

Do you want to have a little fun and learn what mistakes some bad designers are making that you shouldn’t? This post is not for the faint of heart!

Web design has become a popular topic, there are a lot of guys changing careers or just starting out to as a web designer, and many of them are bad.

It sounds wonderful, why not? You would ask.

After all – more to choose from.

On the other hand, there is more competition.
Just like with every industry, web design industry does not develop as smoothly as we would like it to. It has its ups and downs, bumps and holes.

And one of them drives many people crazy, including me.

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WordPress Plugin Development from Scratch, Part 4/4: Settings Page

Posted in Plugins, WordPress11 months ago • Written by 15 Comments

Welcome to the final part of our tutorial series on WordPress Plugin Development for Designers. In the last three parts, we discussed the importance of plugins for you as designers and identified a basic structure for design based plugins while integrating a jQuery slider into WordPress.

Today we are going to complete the basic structure of a plugin by learning how to create a WordPress plugin settings page for our slider. Stay tuned as settings are an important part in customizing the functionality of a Plugin.

So let’s get started.

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Get More Clients as a Web Designer with these Social Psychology Tips

Posted in Freelance, Tips, Web Design12 months ago • Written by 15 Comments

Several years ago, I enrolled in a self-improvement course which taught me a concept I found pretty useful to get more clients for my freelancing career.

If you want to “hit” a goal, you need to focus on two things:

  • Trying to hit the goal as much as possible, called goal intensity.
  • Trying to increase your chances for each hit, called goal efficiency.

Let me explain with a simple example. Let’s say your goal is to get ten dates this month. How do you go about doing it? You could spend all your time at the gym, attending self-improvement courses and so on. These things won’t help you get dates directly, but when the time comes to ask a girl out, these things will indirectly help you increase the chances that she’ll say yes.

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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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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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CSS3 Introduction – New Features, What it Can Do, and Resources

Posted in Coding, HTML & CSS1 year ago • Written by 12 Comments

A short time ago I posted an introduction article about HTML5 and I promised you a CSS3 introduction and what new things it brings to the industry, although it’s been some time since it was officially released. If you didn’t read the article on HTML5 yet, I strongly advise you do so, as CSS3 works better with the latest markup language from the World Wide Web Consortium.

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