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A more useful take on a popular series
Fifty Shades of Grey is wildly popular, both in book and movie forms. Fifty Shades of Grey for Web Designers, though, is an infinitely more useful take on the subject. With a total of fifty shades of actual gray, complete with hex codes and percentages, professionally, at least, you’ll find this much more useful than a couple hours spent in a movie theater.
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An easy guide to design principles
Learn Design Principles is an easy-to-follow guide to a variety of design principles, all in one place. It gives a brief overview of the main principles: Axis, Symmetry, Hierarchy, and Rhythm, before diving into a more in-depth explanation of each and additional principles that relate to each.
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Learn about design principles and see how they can be applied from architecture to product design.
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A hyper speed agency site
The website for Mumbai & Delhi-based agency Glitch is one of the most awesome examples of parallax scrolling seen to date. While most parallax scrolling sites are slow and meandering, the Glitch site is presented at hyper speed, giving it a sense of dynamic energy that is often lacking from many websites. It’s absolutely remarkable.- webdesign depot
Creating your business name is easily one of the most difficult parts of starting (or rebranding) your business. Nothing inspires more self-doubt and creativity blocks than trying to name your own business.
Should you name your business after yourself, or invent a brand name? And if you’re already running your business under your own name, should you change?
Answer these questions to find out.
A guide to becoming successful in the wedding video business written by those in the trenches. Part of a series on how to make money making video.
We’ve all heard stories of brides who lose their cool when planning their weddings. Thanks to TV reality shows, they now even have a name for them: Bridezilla. But the good wedding producer takes change, drama and mishaps in stride, knowing that, as long as you stay on top of everything, stay professional and keep your cool, your end of the deal will work out fine.
As good video cameras become more common, so does the wedding videographer. But just having a good video camera doesn’t mean you’re going to be successful. Here are 10 important keys to help you become successful and profitable in the wedding video industry.
Client Centric Web Design – Live Webcast
By Paul Boag
Format: Live Webinar Registration
When: February 26, 2015
Time: 1:00 PM Eastern (1 hour)
Do you find working with clients a challenge? Do you have a hard time convincing them of your ideas and keeping them happy? Do you believe that building a website would be much easier if clients stopped interfering?
This 1-hour webcast proposes a different model for building websites, one where the web designer and client work in a collaborative relationship. Where the client is at the heart of the process. After watching this webcast you will build better sites, projects will be more satisfying and clients will be happier.
How to gain the respect of you clients and be treated as an expert.
How to improve the way you communicate with your clients.
How to save time and money by educating clients about best practice.
How to successfully collaborate with your clients.
How to gather feedback from clients that helps rather than hinders the design process.