The Importance of Your Reputation as a Freelance Creative

By on February 9, 2017

If you don't already know, you are constantly being evaluated by everyone you meet. I'm not just talking about the quality of the things you design or the projects that you code, either, although that's certainly important.

Unconventional (but Effective) Ways of Getting Your Design Work Noticed

By on February 9, 2017

Getting your work noticed is not easy. There are thousands, if not millions of designers doing the same work as you, and if you're really honest with yourself, they might even be doing it better! But that doesn't mean you...

The Five Icon Design Trends to Look out for This Year

By on February 8, 2017

Icon designers are constantly coming up with new and creative ways of styling graphical representations.

We’ve Launched NegativeSpace – The Most Beautiful Free Stock Images Available

By on February 6, 2017

We're excited to announce the launch of NegativeSpace, a huge library of the most beautiful free stock images currently available on the web.

Best Practices for Managing Multiple WordPress Sites

By on February 5, 2017

For designers who maintain multiple websites, managing a constant flow of WordPress updates can be tricky. If you're not careful, sites can become outdated in a relatively short amount of time. Or, multiple sites could face problems if you're rushing...

Five Steps to Writing a Bullet-Proof Web Design Proposal

By on February 3, 2017

Building a website takes a lot of time and effort. The client doesn't always realize just how much work goes into it. If you don't properly set expectations and price things accordingly up front, inevitably there will be scope creep.

Tips for Getting Through the Initial Web Design Client Meeting

By on February 2, 2017

In the field of web design, there are far too many prices, skill sets, levels of professionalism, and differences in deliverables for any client to really understand them all, or even comprehend where to start.

40 Essential Cheatsheets for Web Designers and Developers

By on February 1, 2017

You will find a compilation of the 40 most essential cheatsheets for frontend developers and designers. The collection covers CSS, HTML, JS, PHP, WordPress, Bootstrap, many of the popular code editors, and so much more.