Design Business Links 8 April 2014

Great con­tent found by Pariah and shared to the design and cre­ative com­mu­ni­ties on social media.

  • Working at Home and Balancing Freelancing and Family

    Balancing self-employment with home life, mak­ing it all work, and espe­cially mak­ing work­ing at home work are cru­cial top­ics for the self-employed. Even small busi­ness with employ­ees can often be decen­tral­ized, with­out an office. In this episode Pariah and guests will talk about these and oth­er sub­jects relat­ed to bal­anc­ing free­lanc­ing and home life.”

  • Twitter Widgets Pack for Adobe Muse
    “All the twit­ter wid­gets in one pack. Add your twit­ter time­line, fol­low but­ton or tweet but­ton to your muse site with this use­ful com­pre­hen­sive twit­ter wid­get pack. Just drag, drop and use.

  • Ceros Raises $6.2 Million to Take on Adobe’s Creative Cloud
    “FORTUNE Simon Berg has issues with the cur­rent land­scape of dig­i­tal mar­ket­ing tools, and he’s built a prod­uct to address them called Ceros. Now, with 60 clients, includ­ing Kohl’s (KSS), Virgin Atlantic, and Peugeot, Ceros has raised $6.4 mi…
  • Create Social Buttons with Font Awesome and CSS

    In this sim­ple tuto­r­i­al I’m going to show you how you can now replace your Social Buttons with Font Awesome Icons and a bit of CSS styling for WordPress. And the even bet­ter news? You can eas­i­ly adapt it to work with your own WordPress site. You won’t believe how sim­ple it is to do this.

  • List of Free Software for 3D Printing
    There are num­ber of free 3D soft­ware tools that you can use to cre­ate mod­el for 3D print­ing. Although, it is not com­pa­ra­ble to the expen­sive soft­ware, some open-source tools are very good and do the job pret­ty well.
  • List of Free Software for 3D Printing
    There are num­ber of free 3D soft­ware tools that you can use to cre­ate mod­el for 3D print­ing. Although, it is not com­pa­ra­ble to the expen­sive soft­ware, some open-source tools are very good and do the job pret­ty well.
  • How a Really Small Change Makes People Really Happy
    “Figuring out what dri­ves peo­ples’ deci­sions to work with you or buy from you can be a cru­cial, fas­ci­nat­ing, and some­times frus­trat­ing exer­cise. Think about your own con­sumer behav­ior. Often, you might go back to the same busi­nessor notfor …
  • Single Page Sites Vs Multi-Page Sites

    We are all famil­iar with multi-page web­sites. They are every­where. Most busi­ness­es have a lot of con­tent that they need to break up into man­age­able chunks, so it is impor­tant to divide them up into sep­a­rate pages. Other sites have less con­tent, so sin­gle page sites are ide­al, because they can dis­play all of the con­tent on one page, so the user doesn’t have to flip through dif­fer­ent pages just for a lit­tle con­tent.

  • A Plea to Book Designers: InDesign Is Not a Linotype Machine
    Kudler on the Huffington Post Blog: “This is a plea from the heart to all of the page-layout/book-design folks out there on behalf of us low­ly ebook design­ers, but it’s also, I’m afraid, a bit of a rant. Bear with me.”
  • Typography Old-School: A Time-Lapse Video of Two Street Workers Expertly Painting Text on a Road
    “London-based design­er Tom Williams man­aged to cap­ture a time-lapse video of two street work­ers expert­ly paint­ing text for a bus stop on a road in 2012. The two accom­plish the task with some chalk marks, a straight­edge, and a decent amount of y…

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