The First Business Lessons I’d Teach My Kid If He Wanted to Be a Web Designer

Troy Dean wants to spare you the hardships that he experienced at the beginning of his career. Here are his 3 crucial key business lessons for anyone attempting to make a living as a web designer.​ The post The First Business Lessons I’d Teach My Kid If He Wanted to Be a Web Designer appeared …

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Avoiding Burnout: The Working After Hours Rulebook

We’ve all been there. Those situations where there is too much to do and not enough time to get it done. It’s a common problem in just about all fields, but it seems especially so for freelancers. Because, when you’re working solo, everything rests on your shoulders. Therefore, the temptation to work after normal business …

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10 Beautifully Designed Examples of Split Screen Layouts in Web Design

Split screen layouts break the oldest and most critical UI design rule of all by giving equal importance to two primary areas of a site. It’s common practice to give each element of a site a priority level in relation to the structure of the design, yet split screen layouts completely ignore those rules. And …

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