27 Stunning Bokeh Photographies

By nikolshapoval on April 19th, 2012 Category: Articles, Inspiration No Comments

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Nowadays, in photography, the term of blur has become to be known as Bokeh. Bokeh in terms of photography referring the area in the photo which are out of focus light to increase beautiful and dramatic image. For good Bokeh, ideally points and lines would blur smoothly as they fell out of focus, in the […]

Getting things done with free task tracking by Comindware

By ramon on April 4th, 2012 Category: Articles No Comments

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You surely can manage your tasks in a notepad but it’s way better to access your task list from the Internet. In search of a simple task tracking solution for our website team, I wanted to find software to help us publishing articles and developing our blog. We have editor, writer, guest writer, designer and […]

Essential tips for building an online community

By Liam McCabe on November 2nd, 2010 Category: Articles 3 Comments

Essential tips for building a online community

Websites today tend to strive for returning visitors and to build a pleasant community of users. People who are happy revisiting the website once a week, once or day or even more than once a day. It’s all well saying that good content and a nice design will attract people but will it entice them […]

How to Deal With Nightmare Clients, Projects Gone Wrong and Public Business Disputes

By Matthew on October 27th, 2010 Category: Articles 1 Comment

How to Deal With Nightmare Clients, Projects Gone Wrong and Public Business Disputes

Regardless of how smoothly your business may operate, no one is completely immune to criticism and controversy. With BP’s disastrous oil spill continuing to dominate the headlines almost three months after it took place, it’s becoming alarmingly clear that even the world’s most powerful and formerly respected brands can take a hit online. But what […]

Writing Great Titles and Headlines for Your Website

By Stephanie on October 19th, 2010 Category: Articles 7 Comments

Writing Great Titles and Headlines for Your Website

Whether you’re writing informative content for a business blog or the latest update for your personal website, writing eye-catching headlines that make sense is an important skill you shouldn’t take for granted if you want your website to get noticed.  Just as the subject line is the email’s first impression, the title or headline also […]

How to Find Offline Clients and Local Design Contracts

By Matthew on October 5th, 2010 Category: Articles 3 Comments

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There’s been a distinct focus on large companies in the design world. While freelancers and small design firms often work extensively with small companies and local businesses, the large majority of designers seem to aspire to work with major corporations and international companies. It makes sense from an income perspective – after all, the money […]