Category: Design

Keeping Clients Happy

The right software along with the right practices can be just what you need to achieve success in both design and customer service. Every designer knows that clients can be hard to deal with, but few are willing to admit...

/ February 3, 2012

10 Time Tested Ways to Increase Website Conversion

Doing a business on internet is a serious business! You have a lot of competition, and your visitor is just out of time. Increasing the conversion of the website is the primary concern of online businesses. Here in this post,...

/ February 2, 2012

Make Hilarious T-Shirts Using Your Own Printer

Printed T-shirts on a night out or holiday are great. There’s nothing funnier (to you and your friends) than having a hilarious, yet bold, t-shirt that is bound to turn heads. Remember that printer you bought in first year of uni? Time...

/ January 13, 2012

7 Mistakes Web Designers Should Avoid For Improving Call-To-Action Pages

Call-to-action pages lie at the heart of website designing; they serve the real purpose in achieving the desired goals of a website, leading visitors a step closer to what the site owner wants. They might include opt-ins, sales consents, or...

/ January 11, 2012

Most Essential Drawing Tools Professional Artists Use

Professional artists can put most of their skill down to that ‘creative spark’, They rely on inspiration and a talented hand to produce paintings, drawings and sketches that evoke emotion, tell a story or make a political point. We all...

/ January 5, 2012

I Got 99 Problems, But Creativity Ain’t One

As designers, we have moments where it seems impossible to come up with one more creative idea. How do we stay creative after years of designing, completing project after project, being creative day in and day out? There are many...

/ January 3, 2012

Web/Graphic Design Trends in 2012

Design trends for this year are bold and aim to grab audience attention. The focus is still on aesthetics but functionality is also crucial. Web style is the procedure of preparing and developing a website. Textual content, pictures, electronic marketing...

/ January 2, 2012

How to Get Your Work Exhibited (if You’re a Non-Professional Artist)

If you are an artist just starting out, or one who pursues art as a hobby and you wish to get your work exhibited, as a non-professional artist it can be rather difficult to know where to start! You’ve worked...

/ December 30, 2011