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 movie or television show is nothing without the right music. This is even more the case when it comes to the genre of science fiction. What would Doctor Who be like without its iconic theme song? What about Star Wars and its score?
There’s much that’s universal about design across disciplines and applications. Web designers, industrial designers, UX designers, and others operate from some of the same principles.
In this updated roundup we’ll take a look at some important things to consider when building an online photography portfolio with WordPress. We’ll go over eight tips and ideas, simultaneously looking at some top selling themes from ThemeKeeper Market to help demonstrate each point.
Whether you’re a photographer, a painter, or a web designer, one thing remains a constant: You need a portfolio. After all, portfolios are the time-tested, best way to give potential clients a look into your work history and methodology.