Setting goals is an important step in facing your website fears. When you know where you’re going, getting there doesn’t seem to be as scary.
Wordpress is an extremely powerful CMS, but can have a steep learning curve for those unfamiliar with the platform. Let’s start with some basics.
If you’re a solopreneur and you don’t yet have a website or aren’t happy with the one you have, you’re probably overwhelmed at the thought of putting one together. I want you to know that it’s not as scary as you think it is.
Don’t have an image editor and need to crop or rotate your image? No worries! You can do it right in Wordpress.
Picking stock photos for marketing materials or your website can be a daunting task. Take the guess work out of it by following these tips for picking the best images.
Loading images from stock image sites onto your website is a lot easier than you thought.
If you have the budget to hire a quality designer, developer, or creative agency, a creative brief is something they would be putting together for their team. But if you’re in the birthing phase of your business and are hiring out design work to freelance marketplace sites like Fivrr or Upwork, you take on the role of project manager. This means you’ll be the one driving the design progress. If you want your project to go smoothly and stay on time and on budget, putting together a creative brief for your freelancer will be absolutely necessary.
Want to take payments on your website but not sure what you need or what to do to get started? No need to go into this blindly! We’ve outlined the basic requirements so you have a checklist and a little direction for moving forward.
If your in the birthing stages of your business, or haven’t had the time to create a branding package yet, having one will definitely help keep you moving forward in the right direction as you make creative decisions. Whether it’s something as simple as creating a social media post, or as complex as creating a website, having your “look and feel” figured out will help keep everything tidy along the way. Here’s what you’ll need.
The design process can be long and tedious, and design-speak can oftentimes be a foreign language. Miscommunications are bound to happen – especially when deadlines approach and stress levels are high. Here are some tips on how to effectively communicate with your designer so you get a final product that you’re happy with.