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4 free tools for your startup that you can start using today

As a (failed) entrepreneur I can personally tell you that one of the biggest hardships me and my team faced was financial woes for things we needed around the office and online. Everything seemed to cost money – money that we didn’t have. Sure, there were some free programs we were able to use to help keep up with tasks and customer service, but none of them were nearly as robust as they needed to be. Granted, this was many…

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It’s Nice That launches its latest Printed Pages for AW17

It’s Nice That has just launched its latest issue of Printed Pages, a 240-page magazine that brings together the best from the creative world, providing a global survey of the most inspiring work and projects and the people who made them. On the cover is an illustration by Igor Bastidas, an up-and-coming artist who has created a story that kicks off the magazine and sets the tone for what’s to come. Inside you’ll find the work of photographers, illustrators, artists…

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13 Step by Step Dispersion Effect Tutorial in Photoshop

13 Step by Step Dispersion Effect Tutorial in Photoshop Do you want this effect on your photos? If you want to learn this technique, I’m gonna show you 13 step by step dispersion effect tutorial in Photoshop. If you follow these steps, later you will get awesome results in which you can be proud of and you can post it on your social media or wherever you want, whenever you want! If you wanna use the image and the brush…

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How to Get More Traffic from Uncontested Keywords

If you’ve been trying to rank for a highly contested search term for a while – you’ll know how hard it is. Personally, I struggled for years trying to rank for certain terms that I thought were important for my business. Even after I finally got where I wanted to – success was fleeting. Those big search terms are so competitive, there’s always someone trying to take your place. I didn’t have a big budget to spend on third-party SEO…

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How to Use Adobe XD’s Smart Guides — SitePoint

The following is a short extract from our book, Jump Start Adobe XD, written by Daniel Schwarz, a highly practical tutorial on this fantastic prototyping tool. SitePoint Premium members get access with their membership, or you can buy a copy in stores worldwide. Smart Guides were originally introduced in Sketch and later adopted in Photoshop after the feature became a hit. Adobe XD explains them in their help section: “When you move an object or artboard, use Smart Guides to…

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The best monitors for designers 2017

Choosing the best monitor for graphic design, 3D art, digital art, photo editing and more can be a bit of a minefield. To make the most of your great graphic design laptop, you need to ensure your monitor packs colour accuracy, make sure you’ve got the right number of inputs, choose the right size and much more. Just as well then that we are here with some terrific options when you’re choosing the best monitor for you. And, as you’d…

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Know all your rival’s SEO secrets with Serpstat, now an extra 20% off

The science of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is truly that — a science. The information on determining the key terms and phrases that can shoot a web page to the top of Google search results is voluminous. But rather than figuring out the keywords yourself that’ll send your web numbers surging, wouldn’t it be even better if you could get your competitors to help do the work for you? That’s the principle behind Serpstat and right now, you can land a…

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Beg, Steal and Borrow: Artists take a stand against originality

“Art is theft,” Picasso once proclaimed, and it’s often said that much of the best and most ‘original’ new art involves an act or two of unequivocal, overt theft. This snazzy new book, Beg, Steal and Borrow, by Elephant Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Robert Shore, offers a comprehensive and provocative survey of the complex subjects of art, theft and copyright, written in an easy to read, journalistic style. Interestingly, it traces an artistic lineage of appropriation, from Michelangelo to Jeff Koons, and…

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Is It Time To Go Freelance?

The freelance economy is a hot topic these days. With more studies coming out confirming the benefits of freelancing and remote work, in addition to an influx of communication tools that make it easier to work from anywhere in the world, there is a whole new workforce forming that is defining the future of work. While it may sound great on paper (wake up when you want, work when you want and go out when you want) in reality, freelancing…

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A Photoshop Cheat Sheet for Beginners

Are you trying to learn how to create your own visual content? Want to create kick ass images for your website and social media channels? Creative Market share their beginners guide to Photoshop in this infographic.   Mark is the Founder and Managing Director of Red Website Design, a low cost web design and internet marketing company based in the UK. Source link

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