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Win Some Awesome Cards from MOO

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MOO.com has offered to give away a great set of prizes to five of our readers. If you’re not familiar with MOO, they print custom business cards and postcards with Printfinity technology, which allows you to put different images on each card. Their cards are perfect for creative designers because they print in high quality and because of the Printfinity technology, which allows you to showcase work from your portfolio on your cards.

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Win PSD to HTML Services from Snobby Slice – Comment to Win

For all web designers out there, Snobby Slice is offering their services for free to a lucky reader. If you’re not familiar with Snobby Slice, they offer PSD to HTML services for designers. In addition to static HTML/CSS pages, they also offer coding of WordPress themes and MySpace page layouts. All work is non-disclosed to protect the privacy of clients.

This should be a very valuable prize to the freelance designers out there. Save yourself some time to work on other things while Snobby Slice creates the markup for you!

Snobby Slice

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Win 1,000 Business Cards

AllBusinessCards.com has offered to give away 1,000 cards each to two readers of DesignM.ag. The cards will be printed on thick 16pt card stock, and free shipping is even included for those in the U.S. If you’re not familiar with AllBusinessCards.com, please take a moment to check out their site.

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Win a Free Membership to Elegant Themes!

Elegant Themes has generously offered to giveaway three one-year memberships to readers of DesignM.ag. If you’re not familiar with Elegant Themes, they provide a collection of premium WordPress themes for an unbeatable rate of  $19.95 per year. The membership gives you access to all of the themes that they offer. At the moment there are […]

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DesignM.ag Version Two

DesignM.ag has been re-designed! This site was launched in July of 2008, and since that time I’ve been wanting to make some changes to the design in order to upgrade both the appearance and the usability of the site. At first I didn’t plan to completely re-design, but that’s what wound up happening.

I’d like to take a moment to point out a few changes that may impact visitors to the site (hopefully in a positive way). If you’re reading this post through RSS I encourage you to click through to see the new design in action. First, here is a screen shot of the old design in case you’re not familiar with the site.

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