July 26th, 2013Uncategorized
Working as a freelancer, regardless of the specific business you are in, can be a great experience for those who are self motivated and like to work as their own bosses. However, one of the biggest challenges that inherently comes along with being a freelancer is that of finding work. Often times, a freelancer’s work schedule can vary greatly from week to week, which results in an unstable income that can be stressful for those who have financial obligations to meet. Fortunately, there are some steps that all freelancers can take to ensure Read the rest of this entry »
May 26th, 2013Uncategorized
If you enjoy designing graphics and find yourself to be pretty good at it, you probably have no question in your mind of what you would like to do as a career. However, one question that you might be asking yourself is whether or not you should work on your own as a freelancer or if you should look for a salaried position.
There are both benefits and disadvantages to both types of work. If you work as a freelancer, you can pursue your own clients and can probably work on Read the rest of this entry »
March 26th, 2013Uncategorized
Creating a more striking and eye-catching visual image may require a little bit more skill than you might have expected. Compensations that are too centered may be flat and unexciting as a result, and those that have been created without any sort of organization may serve to do little more than confuse the eye. The rule of thirds will ensure that you are able to create more balanced, attractive and interesting visual images that will be better appreciated by viewers.Never heard of this before? Read the rest of this entry »
October 13th, 2012Uncategorized
For those who are not familiar with the term typography it basically refers to the type of letters used in print. When this is applied to computer programs and Internet websites it becomes the type of fonts used to create text. When comparing legible with readable, there is often a fine line with some font styles. A font style can change with its size. For example some script styles designed to resemble actual handwriting can be readable at sizes over Read the rest of this entry »
October 10th, 2012Uncategorized
When you have a website for any reason, whether personal or for a business, it is important to consider the design of your site in order to help with promoting its content and catching the attention of first-time visitors or passersby. Catching the attention of visitors on your site with good web design will help you to draw in new followers and even potentially make a sale depending on the message or brand your website represents.
Before you launch a new design for your website, research various color Read the rest of this entry »
October 9th, 2012Uncategorized
The first thing to know is that websites are created using HTML code. Even people who use programs to write the code for them are still working in HTML language even if they do not see it. Creating buttons and menus is usually easier to do when using a program designed to build websites. The method used for creating rollover changes will depend on which program is being used. Basically, the code needs to be entered into Read the rest of this entry »
October 8th, 2012Uncategorized
If you are developing a website, it is incredibly important for you to create engaging content that will ensure quality traffic. You want people to stay on the site as long as possible and to increase clicks throughout many different pages. Not only will this increase your product awareness, it will increase your ad traffic costs, inevitably making you money through two different options. Hotpots on your website are places that people will click, read and maintain time. The best ways to create hotspots include call to actions, strong color schemes and Read the rest of this entry »
October 7th, 2012Uncategorized
Knowing the Difference between Vector and Bitmap Graphics
It may be hard for someone who has little experience in graphical design, to know the difference between a vector graphic and a bitmap image. There is though, a big difference between the two, and each one has its purpose in graphical design.
Understanding Vector Graphics and Their Use
Vector graphics use geometry to create a graphic from a formula. They have an advantage over other graphic methods, because as their size is increased they will not lose clarity.The Read the rest of this entry »