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Merits and Importance of Using Magento Enterprise Design 0

Merits and Importance of Using Magento Enterprise Design

Posted by on May 31, 2016 in Tools and Software

In today’s world of e-commerce, everything available online. One can buy and sell, teach and learn and basically do everything online. It is a sort of matching market that brings together consumers and sellers together on one big platform. With e-commerce playing such an important role in one’s life, it becomes very important for one’s webpage to be designed perfectly so as to let the consumer know the exact specifications of the purpose of the site and also the product being offered. Thankfully, one has a lot of options to consider if one has to pick design software for one’s website. One of the most popular products in the design market is the Magento enterprise design. Magento is basically an open source platform for e-commerce and provides various ways to engage the customers, help the customer navigate with ease and also help the owner keep a track of conversion rates and website hits among a lot of other things and this is what makes it one of the most sought out design software available in the market. It offers you multiple features and comes with a lot of advantages as follows: There is almost no investment: Magento Enterprise Design is free of cost because it is open-source software. Open...

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Web Designers: How to Gain Customer Trust? 0

Web Designers: How to Gain Customer Trust?

Posted by on Sep 21, 2015 in Business Management

Selling your web design services is not as easy as it was a decade ago – getting clients are very difficult these days. With that said, it’s important for you to build trust with your existing customers. Why? Because you should aim for repeat business, not securing new clients. Want some tips? This Slideshare can give you the simple, yet effective ways to earn trust from your clients: 3 Easy Ways To Gain Customer Trust from Simon Jones Via Promotional...

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5 Things They Didn’t Tell You About Web Design 0

5 Things They Didn’t Tell You About Web Design

Posted by on Feb 6, 2014 in Design Articles

Whether you’re considering web design as a career, or have just landed your very first freelance job, you’re probably wondering what life as a web designer is like in the long run. When you’re just starting out, it’s hard to know whether the problems you’re experiencing are teething troubles or just part of the job. Successful web designers might make it look easy, but in truth, it can be challenging and frustrating — even for the experienced. 1. Coding will never be straightforward. Things will never work first time — and occasionally, they won’t work after the tenth time, either. It’s not necessarily your fault. You need to persevere. Be patient. Try not to disturb co-workers unless you have to, but don’t be too proud to ask for help, either.  Web technology is always changing, so you have to learn to adapt. In the end, it doesn’t matter if current design trends or certain browsers annoy you — you can pretty much guarantee that in ten years time, we’ll all be using something else anyway. 2. You won’t get a job without a portfolio. Unfortunately, this means working for free at first. Design websites for local bands, your neighbour’s piano tutoring, or the village cycling group. Preferably all three. There...

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Simple and Practical Techniques that Can Help You Improve Your Creative Designs 0

Simple and Practical Techniques that Can Help You Improve Your Creative Designs

Posted by on Jan 16, 2014 in Design Articles

There is no simple roadmap that can lead the way to inspiration. The road leading towards your next successful creative design is always a bumpy one and will sometimes end in frustration and other times in success. While there is no simple “recipe” that can help you improve your designs, there are simple methods that can help you get your “creative juices” going. Those include keeping track of what is going on in the contemporary design world, playing mind games and using sketchbooks and visual dream diaries. Let’s take a look at some of these simple methods that may help you tackle your next creative design project. Studying the Work of Others and Staying Involved The design world is constantly evolving and changing and so it is very important to keep track of what your contemporaries are doing. You can check out what is going in the design world by visiting sites such as design.org and interaction design and news about jewelry and metalsmithing in jewelry magazines and metalsmith.org. Studying and appreciating the innovative work of others is something that will challenge you and help you rejuvenate your creativity, as well as help you ensure that your work is up to date and has enough commercial potential. Using Simple...

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5 Free Online Graphic Design Courses That Will Brush Up Your Skills 0

5 Free Online Graphic Design Courses That Will Brush Up Your Skills

Posted by on Dec 19, 2013 in Design Articles

Looking for a new graphic design job, or hoping to advance your career? You probably already have a great deal of training behind you. However, it can never hurt to brush up on your skills, particularly if you haven’t switched roles in a while. It never hurts to challenge yourself with a little study, either. The internet gives us all the necessary tools to brush up our knowlege, and free courses can be surprisingly helpful. Here are five we have enjoyed. 1. Photolesa.com – Graphic Design for Everyone Lesa Snider is a well known author in the graphic design industry. She has written several books and is a long time member of the Photoshop World Dream Team of instructors. Lesa also offers a free online course; you can enrol for the January slot of Graphic Design for Everyone now. Lesa’s course will last for three days and teach you the four secrets to great graphic design. The course includes discussions on typography and colour theory and will be useful no matter the software you use. It’s only free for the three day session in January, after which you will be required to pay for the videos, so sign up whilst it’s on offer. 2. Alison.com – Graphic Design –...

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