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18 Mar/12

Getting More Design Projects: 6 Important Tips

Getting More Design Projects: 6 Important Tips

Graphic designers and web designers were among the most hit with the receding economy. With clients opting to outsource their graphic design works to freelance marketplaces, where desperate workers from all over the world bid pennies for projects, how do you ensure you survive in this tough economic situation? (Image Source: Fotolia) Even with your exemplary design skills, getting income online through freelancing is still a great challenge. However, we jump in this industry because we...

8 Giu/09

Know the Answers to These Questions Before Your Job Interview [Job Search]

Know the Answers to These Questions Before Your Job Interview [Job Search]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you’ve gone on more than one job interview, you know you can count on hearing many of the same questions at each. Make sure you’ve got these 10 answers down pat before you head out the door to your next interview. Photo by Aidan Jones. Weblog Dumb Little Man rounds up the 10 interview questions you should be ready for, including: Tell me about yourself. Chances are the employer doesn’t want to know...

4 Mar/09

The Notebook Desktop [Featured Desktop]

The Notebook Desktop [Featured Desktop]

Reader Sawyer Hood’s theme takes the popular Enigma customization and combines it with a personalized handwriting font—making the desktop look like it’s constructed with pen & paper. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The desktop itself is a combination of: The icons are the Sketchy icons by mathilde. The background was made with PhotoShop. I used Enigma 2.0 with Rainmeter to make the feeds and widgets, and then I used the recently...


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18 Feb/09

ManicTime Tracks Your Work Day [Downloads]

ManicTime Tracks Your Work Day [Downloads]

Windows only: ManicTime is a detailed time-tracking application for keeping tabs on where your workday goes. Get a handle on how you spend your time with tags, graphs, and reports. If you were intrigued by previously reviewed RescueTime but were turned off by the idea of uploading all your data to the RescueTime servers, ManicTime offers a very similar set of tools but stores your data locally. ManicTime runs as a background process and consumes very few resources. When open, ManicTime...