I recently had a client ask me if we should switch to a different WordPress SEO plugin. They had come across a comment on social media where someone through the recommendation of Perry Belcher had switched from using the Yoast plugin to SEOProcessor. For those of you who don’t know, Perry Belcher is actually kind […]
Beyonce had it wrong. Girls don’t run the world, colour gradients do! As someone who dabbled in using gradients in my design work back in university, I’m glad to see there is a resurgence and I have an excuse to use them in my career today. In order to inspire others I’ve put a gallery together of my most favourite gradients.
When you spend as much time online as I do, and when you’ve been surfing the net as long as I have, you start to notice some things.
Here is an in-depth overview of the major web design trends I’ve noticed in the past year.
What do you do when one’s talents are becoming commoditized in an ever-growing competitive and creative job market? When there are so many software tools making creative skills more easily accessible to acquire and when companies are shopping for the lowest cost design services, it creates an economy where we’re all racing to the bottom.
If you’re into creating websites or interested in having one, you surely must have come across the term SEO (search engine optimization). By definition SEO is optimizing your website content so that it achieves better search results in various search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo. I’m going to share with you some basic seo tips you can start using today to improve the search ranking of your website.
It’s been a little over a year and a half since I quit my 9-5 job and started to take on the world alone. Looking back on that very first year self-employed I learned a lot about business and finance. But one thing I wasn’t expecting, which ended up being my first big business breakthrough was that you can keep more money being self-employed when compared to being an employee. I’ve now realized that being an employee is the worst long-term career choice you can make for yourself. Dollar for dollar, you keep more money when you’re self-employed.