Hey, Y'all! Today I wanted to share with you ways to improve your web or blog design to attract more readers and to keep them coming back for more and...possibly make more MONEY, HONEY! I have learned through trial and error and through a couple of "design experts" on how to enhance my design layout to gain more readers and how to keep them on my site. So, here are 9 tips to get you started...
Like many people on the Internet, I’m a self-taught graphic designer. I’ve never taken a graphic design course in my life, and in my opinion, it’s a strength. Design is something you can definitely learn yourself, and there’s a wealth of information available on the Internet to do it. This collection of graphic design tips especially for a beginner designer will shortcut a lot of learnings that I’ve picked up over the years through trial and error!
When observing the successful freelance designer (or, let’s be honest here, small business owner) there quickly emerges a solid anthropological pattern of behavior that all professional artists act out in their natural habitat. Upon spending several years living with and communicating with these marvelous beings, we’ve discovered some tried and true things that all super successful designers partake in. All of the below can be done swiftly and stylishly online and implemented into existing daily habits of living the successful designera for life
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As content creators, simplifying our content strategy can feel like the last thing that we should be doing if we want to make an impact online. With new articles appearing every day informing us about the next big thing that we have to be doing, it can be all too easy to fall into the trap of trying to juggle one hundred plates at once.