A career as a web designer can be extremely lucrative. The average web designer in the US makes around $50-55,000 per year, equating to an hourly rate of around $25. Of course, not every designer will automatically get a full-time, high-paying job as soon as they earn their web design credentials. Sometimes, you might need… Continue reading Side Hustles for Web Design Professionals: How to Make Some Extra Cash
Stop procrastinating and get unstuck with these tips to enhance your branding and attract clients. You’re a busy freelance designer. You’re always hustling hard to make sure that your clients are taken care of — a bit too hard, in fact. You consistently deliver amazing design work for your clients, but you’ve been procrastinating on investing… Continue reading 5 Easy Hacks for Designers to Boost Their Personal Brand
2 Shares Social media are one of the marvels introduced to us by the internet. It allows us to communicate and share anything we want from anywhere. And that provides countless opportunities for those who want to earn money by doing art. But where do I start as a beginner designer? What platforms are the… Continue reading 5 Platforms to Showcase Your Work as a Beginner Designer
If you’ve had something designed, you’ve probably encountered a mood board. So what is a mood board, exactly? Mood boards are an important tool for creatives. It is a visual tool that not only helps designers create an “outline” for their designs, but it also helps them communicate their ideas to their clients. Sometimes, communicating… Continue reading What Is a Mood Board and How Do You Make One?
Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers. The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News site, however,… Continue reading Popular Design News of the Week: March 2, 2020 – March 8, 2020
Thankfully, you no longer have to rely on a resume to try to communicate how talented you are to others. Your skills as a freelancer should be shared with others through visual media. It makes a lot more sense than writing up a one page summary that says, “I graduated from so-and-so university in 2010… Continue reading What’s the Best Way to Share Your Work Online?
One of the most crucial steps in web and app development is designing the user interface. No matter how rich and awesome your application is, if the interface is not user-friendly, the users won’t take too long to remove the application or stop using it. In general, the UI/UX designing is one of the leading… Continue reading 10 Important UX Design Tips for UX Designer
Today we are featuring French knife-painter “Françoise Nielly“. She is famous for painting vibrant and colorful Graffiti portraits. She paint popular people portraits such as Barack Obama, Gaby, Betty, Nicole Kidman and more famous portaits. She was born in Marseille, France and move in Paris. Her painting is expressive, exhibiting a brute force, a fascinating vital energy. Oil and… Continue reading Amazing Graffiti Portrait Painting by Francoise Nielly
Getting started as a creative professional is never easy. Although the market for freelance and independent digital designers is booming at the moment, most newbies still find it hard to get their foot in the door. Here are some of the ways you can get started and find work in the industry: 1. Join an… Continue reading How to get work as a freelance digital designer
Posted · Category: Best Collections Attention web designers and developers. Black Friday is upon us, and it’s your turn to participate in the fun and excitement. We’ve put together nine attractive deals just for you. In fact, there is one or more you’re certain to want to take advantage of while they’re available. You’ll have to… Continue reading You want these special Black Friday deals for designers?
#1 Do Your Research Being a UX Designer, I use research to understand the problem at hand, know my audience, and gather enough context information to make an informed decision for further steps. Research is an integral part of my design process and I apply the same to interviews. In most cases, especially UX Interviews, the… Continue reading The Ignored Obvious of UX Design Interviews (and interviews in general)
Star Wars Day is just around the corner and I’m excited to share with you some of the best Star Wars illustrations and posters I was able to find on the Web. Enjoy and don’t forget to have a great Star Wars day this May 4th. Star Wars Trilogy Posters Created by: Marko Manev / Las… Continue reading Best Star Wars Posters and Illustrations
January 26, 2017 by Veronika Feel the love in the air with these Valentine’s day poster ideas. Each poster sends out a message by using a wide variety of visual tools. Let’s see what we can learn from these ten examples. #1: Play Around With Typography Created by: Ryan MacDonald Found on: Behance The Valentine’s day poster… Continue reading 10 Love-Infused Valentine Day Posters
January 20, 2017 by Veronika Last year, we’ve reviewed some of the best places to sell your digital design online, including marketplaces, font shops, stock graphic sites, and shopping card solutions. Yet, if you’re planning to do some charity and wish to give away your designs for free, these websites won’t be of much help.… Continue reading 4 Ways To Share Free Design Resources With The World
In the world of internet, you will find so many tools that are available for creating a wonderful websites or portfolios. But in this collection, we are showcasing some outstanding, useful and superb tools for building websites or portfolios. When you see this collection, you will find all these tools fresh, simple to use, you… Continue reading 8 Essential Tools To Build Your Online Portfolio Fast & Easy
It never ceases to astonish me personally associated with level of design you are able to achieve with minimalism. Having less matter to utilize, forces one to maximize everything you got. Minimal poly design, in 3D, represents what I refer to. Wanting to produce a model because of the amount that is lowest of polygons… Continue reading Jona Dinges Low Poly Designs