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5 Smart Social PR Campaigns to Learn From 5 Smart Social PR Campaigns to Learn From The Social PR Series is supported by "Social Media. So What," the free online conference from Vocus that’ll re-shape and re-shine your social media skills. Let Scott Stratten and friends wipe that frown off your Facebook and make you a sweeter Tweeter. Register now! As the web evolves from a network of sites to a network of people, public relations campaigns must also evolve, and most successful PR campaigns now include a social component.
Digital Marketing Blog - Commerce, Social & Mobile Trends, Insights & Tips for digital marketers | Digital Operative Have you ever wanted your own customized personal or portfolio website but were either not ready to pay someone to develop the site, or just too intimidated by the daunting task of learning code? This guide will give you the knowledge to be able to set up a Wordpress theme and successfully customize the theme to fit your own unique style. Once you are finished you will have an efficient, professional looking, and fully functioning website that is easy to update on the fly. Advantages to starting with a pre-built Wordpress theme: Wordpress themes are usually professionally built and are only about $40 at themeforest.net or even for free across the web. Most of these themes already look great and have advanced functionality built in. Digital Marketing Blog - Commerce, Social & Mobile Trends, Insights & Tips for digital marketers | Digital Operative
Blogs and Blogging | Internet Marketing Blog Blogs and Blogging | Internet Marketing Blog The Web Week in Review It was an interesting week. As news of the debate over the possible bailout of the United States' struggling automakers captured the headlines and largely dictated the mood in the major financial markets around the world, newspaper titan Tribune Co. filed for bankruptcy and the Pulitzer Prize Board decided to fully embrace online journalism.
Form Alert Interface in PSD and CSS Kim Petersen Nov 26th 2012 Tags: alert , form , interface This is a handy set of various interface elements — “alert” widgets for form responses, a form login panel with Login / Sign Up buttons, and various other elements. As well as the PSD, we’re providing a fully coded CSS and HTML version to save you some time! via Ad Packs Thanks for Downloading | PixelsDaily Thanks for Downloading | PixelsDaily
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Design of hand lettered identity and branding materials, illustration, video production, chalk art, website design and email marketing for Plywoo… Read More Design of hand lettered identity and branding materials, illustration, video production, chalk art, website design and email marketing for Plywood Presents 2012 - a social innovation conference in Atlanta featuring speakers such as: Stefan Sagmeister, Zach Williams and the Bellow, Neil Blumenthal, Zack Arias, Sajan George, Chido Govera, and more. Read Less Plywood Presents 2012 on Behance Plywood Presents 2012 on Behance
drawing is learning how to see Photo Sketchin’ G’s for Momma Gwen’s birthday card. Photo Working from this office for a few hours before I truck out into the cold Photo Happy Valentine’s Day! #paperheart by @amandaelsing Quote 1 Notes "I kind of get really angry at people when they try to fast track a lot of the parts of Graphic Design that a lot of people really love by templating things a little too much." Photo Chic llama, my desk mate and life coach. drawing is learning how to see
The Flawed Christian Understanding of “Being Saved” | Thought Circus ::: Extraordinary Information About Our World The Flawed Christian Understanding of “Being Saved” | Thought Circus ::: Extraordinary Information About Our World From the Christian New Testament, the book of Matthew, chapter 1, verse 21: He will save his people from their sins. Interesting, huh? It was to me, at least.
Portfolios are a popular topic of conversation with creatives because most of us need them to gain new clients. To this day, my career is heavily reliant on my portfolio. It doesn’t matter how great of a designer you are — whether you’re showing up for an interview or trying to land new clients, your portfolio holds the key to opening up new opportunities. I believe in doing a refresh a minimum of once a year. Graphic Design | Nubby Twiglet | Page 3 Graphic Design | Nubby Twiglet | Page 3
Spring Cleaning It’s spring (although still snowing here in New England)! In the spirit of the season (ie: rebirth, renewal and regrowth) it may be time to think about a little “spring cleaning” for your portfolio. Or perhaps a total overhaul is needed. Branding It Your portfolio book design should get you noticed and distinguish you right from the start. No Plastic Sleeves » It’s Spring! Time to “renew” your portfolio design. No Plastic Sleeves » It’s Spring! Time to “renew” your portfolio design.
Jan V. White Jan V. White “Where are the ePub, Kindle, iBooks or HTML versions?” — You The Internet Archive automatically produces ones, but they’re not ideal, so we haven’t linked to them here. Design books should be examples of good design, so we’d like to make the electronic versions into the best possible examples of modern, digital books. We also hope these first eight works, having been dedicated to the public domain, will live on in new web sites and in new formats, and go on to serve as the foundation for new design books, new design classes, and even uses we can’t imagine right now.
Graphic Design | Nubby Twiglet | Page 2 Over the last few months I’ve gotten many, many emails from potential design students inquiring about whether community college is the right fit for them. I’ve lightly touched on the subject before but I want to go into more detail today as to why community college was the best choice for me to continue my education. I’m pretty passionate about community college because not only was my experience amazing but it got me to exactly where I needed to be in my career without compromising my budget, timeline or goals.
As a graphic designer a portfolio is essential. While it's great to have an online one, it's also a good idea to have a physical one too to take along to meetings and interviews. Putting together and showing this kind of portfolio of your graphic design work is quite a skill, and the best way to do it gets debated constantly by designers around the world. There is no right way of doing it – there will always be differences in what employers or clients expect, or would like to see. Preparing and Talking About Your Graphic Design Portfolio
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No Plastic Sleeves » Eye Catching Brand Identity for Photographer Jennifer Whitney Photographer Jennifer Whitney‘s brand is eye-catching, distinct and memorable. A simplified shape, joined letterforms and of course a great color (love the purple!) is all you need. Choose some paper with a little texture and you’ve done yourself proud.
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