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6 Set/10

40 Useful iPad Apps for Web Designers

40 Useful iPad Apps for Web Designers

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The amount and diversity of technology available today is unbelievable. Apple per se have made remarkable achievements over the years and today we are featuring iPad. To a certain extent, an iPad changes the tide of web designer’s routine. iPad enables the potential for designers to accomplish their task and project on time because it is a portable workstation that allows designers to work on the dot. With a touch of a...

6 Ago/10

Freelancing and Co-Working: Best of Both Worlds

Freelancing and Co-Working: Best of Both Worlds

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The core reason to be a freelancer is that one does not have to commit to full working hours that will destroy the joy of working and possibly putting personal life at stake. As a freelancer you can decide your own working hours and show up to work in your pajamas. You don’t have to endure the colleague who yells into the phone or to be paranoid that your boss will catch you reading gossip blogs. Image credit However...

28 Feb/10

Blogging Software To Store Ideas For Future Blog Articles

Blogging Software To Store Ideas For Future Blog Articles

As a blogger you sometimes come upon an idea or website that you find interesting but do not want to write about right at that moment. Maybe you have already posted your daily quota on your blog or you want to wait until the time is right for that blog post. That leads to a slight problem for the blogger as the information somehow need to be recorded so that the website, product or idea does not get lost. Remembering might work for a few ideas or someone with a photographic memory but...




27 Ago/09

Push Your Ideas Through with Superfluous Brackets [Mind Hacks]

Push Your Ideas Through with Superfluous Brackets [Mind Hacks]

Business author, blogger, and speaker Seth Godin suggests a simple, sneaky little trick to push your (slightly audacious) ideas past your boss. His suggestion: Add some {brackets}. Photo by Office Now. In doing so, Godin hopes your subsequent conversations with your boss will go something like this: “Hey, what are these weird brackets doing here,” she might say. “Oh, I like them. I think they add drama to the headline.” “Take them out!” Giving in early...