If you’re a part of the tech community in Australia, you’ve probably read about them in the newspaper, heard them speak about coding on the radio, or seen their face pass you by on the artwork of a tram.
A Book Apart publishes ‘brief books for people who make websites’. A Book Apart is a publisher of design-related books, co-founded by designer and entrepreneur Jeffrey Zeldman (the creator of A List Apart). A Book Apart is recognized for their focus on quality, clarity, and brevity. Even if you haven’t read a book from the A Book Apart collection before, you’d probably recognize the design: simple fonts, solid-colored covers, clean designs.
Sure, being a freelancer has loads of perks but it is quite a daunting journey and not exactly for the frailest of hearts. It takes loads of courage, discipline & determination. Kind of makes you feel you are going to battle.
Posters can provide us with some of the best-looking graphic design work in the business. ThemeKeeper Elements is full of poster design ideas and templates for whatever you need. Whether you’re on the look out for a retro feel, a modern vibe, a new band poster, or even something a little Sex in the City, it has it all.
Mailchimp is one of the most widely-used and email platforms, with over 15 million users around the world.
WordPress is often billed as being an easy-to-use content management system (CMS). And when it comes to maintaining your website’s content, that’s true. But, as with any CMS, there are certain responsibilities that come along with using it.
So you’ve taken the first steps to creating a crowdfunding campaign. You’ve read the resources, planned out a budget, put your draft together and now it’s time to film your pitch video.
Wondering what still reigns as the most effective online marketing channel? It is email marketing. In the inbox, first impressions count more than anywhere.
What is a niche? Is it pronounced “neesh” or “nit-she”? Which reminds me, “JIF” or “GIF”, did we ever decide?
In the digital age, business cards are still important. You could be forgiven for thinking the changing face of business has relegated the humble business card to the great big recycling bin in the sky.
Your company’s logo needs to speak to your values and your style—and it needs to be easily recognizable and unique. Not only is it one of the first things your customer will see during their initial interaction, it’s also what they’ll picture when they think of you. As a visual signature, it’s both your front door and your calling card.