Tag: How-To

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

How to Construct a Personal Logo (Practices and Examples)

The job market today is incredibly fierce. With the economy in a slump and unemployment rates high, it can take months, or even a full year, to find a job. One of the best things you can do to enhance...

/ December 20, 2011

How to Write a Brilliant Cover Letter

Job seeker’s often put a huge amount of focus into writing a world beating resume. Indeed a whole industry has been built around the importance of this vital document, with professional CV writers flourishing in these trying times, as those...

/ December 19, 2011

Freelance like a King or Queen

Often times we hear about how great it is working for ourselves, how much happier we'll be, how much more time we'll have to spend with friends and family or just how awesome it is not having to wake up...

/ November 28, 2011

How to Improve Your Twitter Profile Page Rank

Did you know that Goolge ranks Twitter profiles within their search engine? If not, surprise! Understanding what their algorithm might be looking for, has made me do some in-depth research. After analyzing what my top SEO resources had to say regarding this...

/ November 25, 2011

Rules and Objectives of an Advertising Campaign

Today's post is about to find out the objectives and rules of an advertising campaign. Let's view the advertising's phases with a theoretic eye, in order to give us a scheme and some tips to follow when we will face...

/ November 7, 2011

How to Network Successfully

To be a successful at networking as a graphic designer doesn´t just mean handing out your business card at industry events or having a profile on LinkedIn. To network successfully in the graphic design field means to make connections but also...

/ October 20, 2011

45 Impressive Examples of Infrared Photography

So what is infrared photography? Infrared photography consists of capturing invisible light, which you can access later via Photoshop. The infrared wavelengths usually range from 750-900nm. Your naked eyes see things as they naturally are, but just like radio waves, ultraviolet rays, gamma...

/ October 3, 2011