Category: Blog

Step-by-Step Process on How to Become a Freelance Web Designer

Most of the world’s population has gone through the stress and boredom of working in a job for someone else. Sitting behind a desk day after day, with no change or real purpose. Some of those people have decided to throw off their chains and work for themselves. Becoming a freelance web designer is a great way to earn an income and be your own boss. When you have made the decision to start your new career … Read More

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By Simon

Category: Blog,Web Design

Web Design Bootcamp – Week 5 – Simon’s Diary

Day 16 – Structural HTML – Learning Portfolio I got to the school nice and early again set up my computer, water and a cup of tea and continued trying to finish my Happy Café mobile version. Then everyone arrived and we got started Cylis was asking us about some of the stuff that we did on Thursday and how to do it. So, we started by having a quick review session to remember the things we … Read More

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Facebook vs Google – do you need a website if you have a social media presence?

Social Media, where digital marketing is at right now, and probably will be for the foreseeable future. If you are on top of your social media marketing game, you don’t need a website, right? Wrong! Very wrong! We all know that websites are your own piece of the net. Your “home base” in other words. You have a website, but maybe feel that it isn’t quite doing all of the things that it could be. Is it … Read More

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Is BitCoin the future of Online Payments?

However there is one source of monetary services that should be introduced as a legal tender. In fact, I believe that we should increase its usage because the various uses of Bitcoin offer a social alternative to monetary system due to its virtual nature.

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By Simon

Category: Blog,Web Design

Web Design Bootcamp – Week 4 – Simon’s Diary

Day 12 – Adobe XD Editing I had done the homework but not to the best of my ability. The homework was making a Home page for a picture that Dimitri had selected for the Hero. Had to choose colours / fonts/ sizes etc. The reason my homework wasn’t the best was due to the fact that my XD didn’t work as well as I had hoped it would and there are issues with the version that … Read More

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By Simon

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Web Design Bootcamp – Week 3 – Simon’s Diary

Day 8 – Today’s Web Trends & Intro to Adobe XD I was feeling good because I had spent a lot of time and effort into making the homework look good and to be correct. It was fun making the Hi-Fi Wireframe as it does look like the Happy Café web page. Now that the new MRT stations near my condo had opened I decided to try coming to WCB by MRT. It took me around an … Read More

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By Simon

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Web Design Bootcamp – Week 2 – Simon’s Diary

Day 5 – Hi-Fi with Figma Well I arrived nice and early again and got my cup of tea well needed today as the long weekend took up a lot of energy. (running) So, we got started at 10am as normal and reviewed one of the student’s projects which looked ideal as it was out of date and needed an overhaul. Then we reviewed the homework which was a Lo-Fi Wireframe of the Happy Café web page. … Read More

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By Simon

Category: Blog

Web Design Bootcamp – Week 1 – Simon’s Diary

Day 1 – First Day of the Web Design Bootcamp Well I have just completed my first day at Web Courses Bangkok. Well it couldn’t have started off much worse I went to the wrong MRT station and got there 15 mins late. Everyone was cool about it but I felt I had let them and myself down. However, it was really great to find out the class was a nice size and to meet all the … Read More

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Category: Blog,Graphic Design

Typography: The Simple (But Complete) Guide

We encounter typography everywhere on a daily basis. It is on your street, at home, on your mobile phones, laptops, books, etc. and in these forms of texts.  What fascinates the majority of people about typography is the aesthetics of different typefaces and how designers use different texts to convey messages to their audiences.  Typography speaks louder than words. Different typefaces dictate the mood and tone of the design and sometimes typography itself changes the aspects of … Read More

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How to become a WordPress developer

There are a few ways you might have come to the decision to become a WordPress developer. – You may be a WordPress enthusiast: an administrator or owner of WordPress sites, looking to take your skills to the next level. – You could be a programmer, looking for a platform to dedicate your talents to. – You may have just been going through an alphabetical list of potential careers and decided that letters X, Y and Z … Read More

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