There are many WordPress themes, page building tools, design element sources, and related services on the market today. With eachContinue Reading
Last year we published a few posts that focused on digital paintings, and we figured it was time to do a follow up with more items for your inspiration. In this post you'll find 25 digital paintings done by various artists from around the world. To see the source, click on the images. For more on digital painting please see:
- 40 Incredible Digital Painting Portraits
- 40 Amazing Digital Painting Portraits - Part II
- 25 Digital Painting Tutorials
- 25 Speed Painting Videos
It seems like almost every week I come across a new seller of premium WordPress themes. There's obviously a strong demand for quality themes, and this can be a good option for getting the design and functionality that you want without paying for a custom design. In this post we'll feature 33 websites that sell premium themes. Some sell themes individually, some offer memberships or clubs with unlimited access, and some serve as a marketplace where designers/developers can sell their own themes. WooThemes
When starting a freelance design business the natural primary concern is how to find clients and to start getting paying work. While this is necessary in order to achieve success as a freelancer, there are a lot of other details that need to be considered as well. How quickly you're able to get those first paying clients will actually have less impact on your long-term success than the amount of time and attention you dedicate to setting up your business on a proper foundation. In this post we'll look at the early stages of a freelance design business and what aspects can have a significant long-term impact. Focusing on these important issues from the start will help you to save time and headaches down the road, and your business will be more solid because of it.