Category: Blog

10 TECH TOOLS FOR STARTUPS,
CREATIVES & SAVVY USERS [ISSUE #12]

Running a startup is not easy. The pandemic hasn’t been making things easier, either. Perhaps the biggest challenge of running a business in these trying times is getting excellent, free tools and apps to get a ton of things done. I know that everyone struggles with keeping things organized and just maximizing efficiency with work. I give you ten powerful apps that will: Help you set meetings in a snap. Teach you how to use AI with … Read More

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How to manage your clients better
as a freelancer [step by step]

As a web design freelancer, being a designer isn’t the only hat you wear. You are also the marketing manager, project manager, administrator, and accounts director. There’s more to each project than simply delivering a web design. Your clients need to be onboarded, invoiced, and managed to make the project a success. So let’s cover how to manage your clients better. While most web design courses fall short in teaching their students how to manage clients for … Read More

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Top 10 Templates for Sports Websites

If you plan to develop a sports website based on sports news, a fan base site, or a sports magazine, you should be clear while delivering the useful information that readers want to know or have an interest in. Your website should be designed very neatly and easy to explore by the visitor. Give proper categories to the website so they can directly reach the section they want to read. You can make different drop-down menus for … Read More

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WEB DESIGN BOOTCAMP
DAY-TO-DAY
Freelancing

The final Chapter of my Web Design Boot camp experience Diary entries: Diary 1: Bootcamp – UX Design Diary 2: Bootcamp – UI Design Diary 3: Bootcamp – Development Diary 4: Bootcamp – WordPress, Hosting and Domain name Diary 5: Bootcamp – Digital Marketing Diary 6: Bootcamp – Freelancing The last three months have been great. Learning about Web Design and Marketing was fascinating for me. With the help of great teachers and also a great class … Read More

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Do Design Teachers Need Agency Experience?

Imagine it’s your first day as a student, you’ve looked across the room to check out the competition and in walks Jony Ive or an equally legendary face in the world of design. Awesome, it turns out he’s going to be your uni design teacher. Still, you’d be pretty pumped and also full of confidence that you’re set to learn from one of the best and will of course jump out of bed to head to every … Read More

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WEB DESIGN BOOTCAMP DAY-TO-DAY
Digital Marketing

I would like to start this blog, with a story our IT teacher told us in our Content Management System class. He told us about two different approaches from web developers. Diary entries: Diary 1: Bootcamp – UX Design Diary 2: Bootcamp – UI Design Diary 3: Bootcamp – Development Diary 4: Bootcamp – WordPress, Hosting and Domain name Diary 5: Bootcamp – Digital Marketing Diary 6: Bootcamp – Freelancing A teacher with plenty of years of … Read More

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WEB DESIGN BOOTCAMP DAY-TO-DAY
WordPress, Hosting and Domain name

Learning web design from scratch can be hard in the beginning. Where should I start learning, which design Software should I use, which services should I offer, or even simpler, how I bring my website online? Diary entries: Diary 1: Bootcamp – UX Design Diary 2: Bootcamp – UI Design Diary 3: Bootcamp – Development Diary 4: Bootcamp – WordPress, Hosting and Domain name Diary 5: Bootcamp – Digital Marketing Diary 6: Bootcamp – Freelancing In our … Read More

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Category: Blog,Web Design

How to create a web design portfolio 2021

Having a portfolio is essential in order to attract new clients. After all, how will anyone know if they want to hire you if they have no idea what you can do? Learning how to create a portfolio may seem daunting, especially if you don’t have any serious work under your belt yet. It’s a bit of a catch 22 – you need work to create a portfolio, but you need the portfolio to get the work. … Read More

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8 steps to help you become
a better UX and UI designer

Improving in UX and UI is a step-by-step process and in this article, we have 8 actionable steps to raise your game. 8 steps to help you become a better UX and UI designer are: Start by getting to know the Five Stages of Design Thinking: Research and implement design psychology Stay up to date with the current design trends Practice UX and UI design for websites that copy popular ones Test your ideas Take breaks Practice … Read More

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10 Crypto and Blockchain Website Designs for your Inspiration 2021 [+full design audit]

Crypto and blockchain is huge, exciting, worrying, ever-changing, and just about every other adjective under the Sun. As a designer, you are probably here looking for some crypto website insertion and you’re in the right place. Just a quick note, I just updated this article with a few sites that are not so well designed to give you an idea of what to avoid. I put this list together to help highlight 7 key inspiration points for … Read More

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