Shutterstock is a royalty free stock photography website that let you subscribe for one month, three months, six months or one year, and download up to 25 images per day. There are no hidden or additional fees after you become a subscriber. They've kindly written this guest post to give our readers some handy tips on using stock photography.
We are delighted to have been provided with 2 full licencses for the complete crosoft Expression Studio 3 suite courtesy of We Are Social.
I've been using Outlook to manage my e-mails for as long as I can remember but recently I started to want something simpler and more streamlined. The obvious choice was Gmail so I decided to try it out as my primary e-mail client for 30 days to see how I got on with it.
We are delighted to welcome our first guest author to The Web Design Blog. Darren Pinder is a Web Designer working out of Glossop, Derbyshire and in his first article he shares five very handy PHP tips.
We are delighted to have two Heart Internet Reseller Professional annual accounts worth £300 each to giveaway (plus a free .co.uk or .com domain name)
Working out what to charge for your web design services can be very difficult. Most designers don't publish their rates so it can be impossible to compare your prices to others in the industry. I thought it would be helpful to find out and share what others are charging!
BaseKit is a website builder, integrated website CMS for web designers that takes your Photoshop design and produces a clean coded web page in minutes. You can also add dynamic content to web pages quickly and precisely without touching the code.
CodeSublime take your designs and convert them to standards compliant website code that is ready to be put online. The code they provide is tested in multiple web browsers and they've kindly offered to give away a one page PSD to XHTML conversion to two of our readers!
It is more than likely that every freelance web designer has, at some stage in their career, not been paid for their work. Frustrating isn't it? This article is designed to help ensure you get paid for the work you've done every single time with lots of tips, advice and resources.
It's the end of The Web Design Blog's first month and I'd just like to say thank you to everyone for reading our articles and contributing comments and suggestions about the website. Here is a roundup of September and a preview of what you can expect in October...