So you’re going to create your website. Piece of cake, right? You’ve been working in the design industry, how hard can it be to create a successful website for someone like you? Pretty hard, as it turns out. You shouldn’t panic, but you should definitely not take this lightly either.
Let’s jump-start this month with a brand new collection of 20 coolest t-shirt designs you have ever seen!
The artists from Designious.com created 20 masterpieces that will make your t-shirts and hoodies look absolutely amazing. The level of detail, the beautiful elements, and the overall design are simply stunning!
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. That may very well be true. Your blog, no matter how compelling the content you write, needs photos. They’re an excellent way to get the point across, not to mention the fact that a well-inserted photo gives the reader a pause from the writing and makes the article easier to read than a big old wall of text.
Ever been tempted to upload your image to your WordPress dashboard and just insert it in a post as is? Of course, we all have at some point. Thing is, if you use images that way, your WordPress site (any type of site for that matter) will soon get really clunky and you’ll even lose search engine rankings because of that. Let me explain how to use images properly both in terms of SEO and overall site performance.
It’s the age old dilemma of the creative person: you’re a designer, not a marketer, and you’d probably prefer to spend all of your waking hours doing what you’re actually passionate about, not beating the pavement. Alas, to pay the bills you need customers, and to get customers, you’ve got to engage in at least some marketing activities.