As a freelancer, raising your rates after a certain point is essential not only to your growth as a creative business owner, but to the quality of clients you have access to. The cheaper you’re willing to work, the less interest you’ll attract from high profile clients. No top shelf client is going to want to work with someone who is cheap. Why? Because, to them, it means that you’re probably not very good.
[Windows only] If you own an iPhone and work mostly on Windows, you will find limitations and restrictions to managing your iPhone data via iTunes. You will probably need another app to manage your contacts, edit your calendar and yet another to backup your text messages. Should managing your iPhone … Continue reading »
It’s May. Happy Labour’s Day. And it’s time for another round of fresh resources for my fellow designers and developers. This month’s compilation include some fun plugins and tools, like one for constructing responsive website with GUI, one for creating disposable avatars, and one that allow you to write CSS … Continue reading »
Here’s a fun infographic designed in the style of an the old arcade game, Space Invaders, called Website Invaders. Heart Internet has put together an infographic that pits the security features we put into our PC with what we do with our data online. We revisit the importance of anti-virus … Continue reading »
Have you ever reminisced about the technology you used as a child or teenager? It’s amazing how excited we were back then with electronics like the Nintendo game console or a mobile phone the size of a toolbox. While we may make a fuss over receiving a delayed email or … Continue reading »
Sharing photos on social networks like Facebook and Instagram are becoming so easy that you would prefer to share through those channels rather than send photos via text or emails. Via text, the norm is to spend images one at a time which is not only a waste of time … Continue reading »
Over the past few decades, video games have been refined by graphical enhancements, increased processor speed of video game systems and other technological advancements. As a result, their UIs have been evolving to adapt to the increasing complexity of video games. The world had seen the emergence of technologies such … Continue reading »
So we’ve talked about what Google Glass has to offer, its features and capabilities and how it is the most anticipated wearable gadget in 2013. But why leave it there? Add a dash of wishful thinking (okay, maybe a whole lot of it) and here’s a wishlist of things we … Continue reading »
So you’re about to take the leap of faith, switching from the (once) high tech and (still) sleek-looking iPhone and cross over to Android. And why not? A great number of Android-powered devices are cheaper, has more powerful hardware and no limitations to personalize their device. However, there are certain … Continue reading »
Blogging is a useful tool. You may be a brilliant blogger with exceptional skills; but, you won’t be recognized by many unless you expose yourself to a wide range of audiences. How do you expose your blogging skills in front of a huge mass of audiences? Well, guest blogging is the way to go! Exhibit your writing skills in a unique way and impress as many readers as possible to emerge as a recognized writer.
We have a wide range of social networks that most Internet users are addicted to and from this addiction rose 12 patterns of users that you would probably find on your own social network feeds. This new breed of social media personalities is getting the spotlight today as we look … Continue reading »
We love cheatsheets as one can refer to them and make quick amendments to better our skills. Since many loved our last compilation of cheatsheet for designers, we’ve decided to compile another set of cheatsheets, this time for photographers. Amateur photographers, and even pros can easily benefit from these cheatsheets … Continue reading »