Category: Blog

Save your Tears. Migrate your Website with Duplicator.

So, you’ve decided to go your separate ways. You wanted different things and it was best to just move on, but breaking up with your hosting company can still be difficult. A Julia Roberts movie and a gallon of ice cream usually help in those first days of a breakup, but are you really going to cry into a bucket of Rocky Road over switching to a new hosting company? Migrating your website doesn’t have to be painful.  The Duplicator … Read More

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Category: Blog

Today’s Menu: 10 Recently Released Free & Premium WordPress Restaurant Themes

Finding the right Restaurant Theme can be as tricky as baking an apricot soufflé with raspberry coulis. It’s tedious, time-consuming, and you’ll probably won’t be able to get it right the first couple of tries. But when you finally do, you’ll realize why your efforts were worthwhile. The Theme of your website is the first giveaway on what kind of business you’re running: it’s is a telltale sign on what kind of food you serve, what the … Read More

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Category: Blog

The Psychology of UX Design

With the abundance of consumer options we have today, it is hard to know what we really want. Burdened by an overload in choice, there is a huge demand for uniqueness and simplification. All the more reason for businesses and designers to amp up their game and make their product or service user-friendly as well as stand out from the crowd. Like Steve Jobs said: “People don’t know what they want until you show it to them” … Read More

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Category: Blog,Online Marketing

Writing content is not something you feel comfortable with? Then use a content writer!

So you decided to have your own website? You want to spread the word that you own the company everybody needs for buying a household appliance or the restaurant everybody should go if they pass through Spielplatz (where the hell is Spielplatz?). You already found a web design company or you decided to give it a try and create your site yourself. You have a couple of pictures ready to be used and you are more than … Read More

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Category: Blog,Online Marketing

Get online with your Thai market

The digital world has significantly transformed the way businesses market their product or service to their potential customers.  One of the first rules of marketing, of course, is knowing your target audience.  As such, this article endeavors to provide a picture of the growth in internet access and use of social media in Thailand and how you can leverage it in your own marketing strategy.

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Category: Blog,Photography,Photoshop,Tutorials

Get rid of your Ex using Photoshop: A Valentine’s Day Tutorial

Out of sight, out of mind Photoshop is an impressive editing tool with an unlimited number of uses. In honor of Valentine’s Day, here is a quick look at some tools and techniques to remove that unwanted special someone from your photographs. If you are in a happy relationship, or are not so petty as to feel the need to erase someone’s face- the same skills can be used to improve your photos in other ways. Want … Read More

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Category: Blog,Inspiration,Web Design,Wordpress

How to design a killer landing page

Landing page is very much like a book cover. It is the first thing that your potential customer sees when they enter your website. A good cover lures potential reader to pick up the book and eventually turns into fans; the same principle applies to your landing page. Despite the quality of your services or product, a poorly designed landing page could really drives customer away from your website in a matter of seconds. To prevent that … Read More

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Category: Blog,Teacher Blog

We Never Expected 1-2-1 to be Number 1

This is the first of many of the teacher articles we hope to submit and I’ve been asked to be first. So here it is; an article about one of the most surprising things of teaching here at Web Courses. Teacher Profile: Carl Heaton Carl is the founder of Web Courses Bangkok and has been web designing for 17 years and teaching for 14 years. He started teaching Photoshop when he was 18 in the UK and … Read More

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