Tag: website

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Vulgar website blocker stops procrastination

Do you often procrastinate when you’re at work? You know you need to get the job done, but you’d rather surf the web looking at cat videos. If you need a shocking, expletive reminder to stop your idle web browsing during work hours, then you might want to download the following website blocker Chrome extension.Continue Reading..

23
Mar

How to write an About Me page to get hired

If you’re like me, trying to write about yourself is hard, and knowing that it’s for potential employers is even worse. You don’t want to sound cocky or like a snob. This one page on your website will summarize who you are, what you do, and how you’re different in a clear, concise, and confident way.

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23
Sep

Personal branding tips for beginners

If you’re a freelancer or have been working for a while, then you understand the importance of building your brand. If you’re still in university and haven’t started just yet, don’t worry because it’s best to take your time and do it right so you’ll able to get the best jobs, the best clients, and the biggest payouts.Continue Reading..

02
Sep

How to make your portfolio site stand out

It the past decade, it’s become crucial for designers and artists to establish their online presence; both though a website and social media. A portfolio website is the quickest and easiest way to showcase what you can do. And it can attract the attention of potential clients and collaborators who will search you out online.Continue Reading..

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A website that helps you match typefaces

There are several guidelines that can be helpful when learning to pair typefaces effectively. Designers often wonder how many fonts can be used on one page–there is no hard limit, but my recommendation is no more than 3. Be aware that the more fonts that are introduced, the more difficult it is to create a unified, harmonious overall design. Only using 2 typefaces for a project is ideal–a sans serif and a serif. Continue Reading..

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