Halloween Linkswitch: Graphic Design And Small Business Treats
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As everyone is preparing for Halloween this evening, we thought we’d share some interesting reading for those freelancer’s with their porch lights off trying to avoid the trick-or-treaters. On a dark and scary night, who wouldn’t want to read about design and small business tips. Consider it virtual candy!
Jacob from Six Revision gives us 20 websites for learning Adobe Illustrator. I’m sure you’ll like this resources-filled one!
Proportion is a very important part of designing for the web! Lauren explains it all in “Enhance Your Designs With The Principle Of Proportion“.
Have you ever wondered how you can get some free advertisement on Google? Try Google Maps! Jacob walks us through the process on Just Creative Design.
Does it happen you wish you would’ve charged more for a certain project? Our very own Dave Navarro wrote a post on Freelance Folder titled “When a Client Can’t Afford You: Why It’s Still Better to Bid High“.
The pet peeve of every freelancer: deadlines! Taiyab shares with us some good techniques on meeting (or beating) deadlines.
Does your business have the support it needs? Good question! Sonia wrote a killer post on the topic at Remarkable Communication.
Humm, should we stop looking for inspiration? James Chartrand of Men With Pens wrote a very interesting post on Copyblogger about that!
Yellow, green, red, blue… have you ever wondered what impact colors can have in direct marketing?
For those of you looking for some inspiration, SpyreMag has a list of 25 great blog designs from which to draw inspiration.
Ever wondered if your website looks the same in all browsers? Look no further! Steven has a list of 10 tools to help you with that on DesignM.ag!
Happy Halloween everyone!