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Be a Better Designer by Doing More Non-Design Things

Want to be a better designer? To come up with more creative and innovative designs? And make sure that you don’t deviate from the design career path that you’re most passionate and excited about? Well, you can be a better …

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Everything I Know About Freelancing I Learned from WHAM!

There’s something about skinny white men prancing about that just screams “business acumen.” And if there was any band more white or more prancy than WHAM!,

90 Tips To Make Your Blog Rock

Blogging whether it is for your personal passion or for the corporate blog is quite often a journey that has its highs and lows. Sometimes we need to

5 Easy Ways To Prepare Your Web Designs For Coding

Congratulations! You’ve designed your site and you feel like it’s ready to be sent off to a coding team. You might have a developer in mind, or

13 Of The Best YouTube Channels on Freelancing

A few weeks ago, I shared with you a list of excellent podcasts for freelancers. This time, I’ve been scouring YouTube for

How To Make An Eye-Catching Logo

Anybody can mock-up a logo but only good designers can make it stand out and make it a good branding tool. Here are a few tips on

Website Reconstruction: When it’s Time to Rebuild the Drowning Ship

The world is changing every day presenting us new and fresh ideas, approaches and tools to use. There are a lot of great features that found

7 Steps To A More Effective And Productive Webdesign Process

Designing for the web is fun and we as web-designers are constantly learning new techniques and improving our skills. But to be honest, kicking-ass at Photoshop

How To Get Yourself Out From Huge Information Overload

Freelancers, to be successful, should always be updated about what is happening in the world. This leads to hours of reading news and blogs with the occasional checking of e-mail

Six Keys to Being Excellent at Anything

I've been playing tennis for nearly five decades. I love the game and I hit the ball well, but I'm far from the player I wish I were. I've

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