Today in Design - Top Articles RoundUp 4 November 2015
The day’s best and most important design- and design business-focused articles, tutorials, and resources hand-picked by Pariah Burke.
- Planning for the Copyright Registration ProcessFind out what you need to know before registering your creative works with the Copyright Office, along with some ideas for building routine registration practices.Tags: Copyright IP IPLaw Design
- 11 Top WordPress Plugins Of 2015WordPress has an overwhelming number of plugins for adding in the functionality that makes it difficult to choose the best ones. In this post, we have chosen the top 11 WordPress plugins released in 2015. We hope you will enjoy this collection.Tags: W…
- How to Write Your Brand Story – 6 Must Have Content ElementsDo you have a brand story that you share with people who come in contact with your brand? A story that serves as the connective tissue and foundation representing the who, what and why your brand exists on this planet today?Tags: Branding Marketing
- 6 easy ways to make the most of working from homeThere are pitfalls to spending the bulk of your time away from the office, however. Less facetime with colleagues, fewer opportunities to socialize and the breakdown of personal time are all issues to be considered when deciding if or how often to go …
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- Turkish magazine editors arrested over Erdogan storyTurkish authorities recently arrested two magazine editors in yet another government move to restrict media in Turkey.
- Three Things You Can Do to Grow More Brain CellsDoesn’t sound too bad, right? There some things that can decrease neurogenesis, however. Getting older causes a natural decline, but stress, sleep deprivation, and having a poor diet can make things much worse. It all comes down to keeping active and maintaining a somewhat healthy lifestyle. A healthy body means a healthy mind.
- Twitter destroys more of what made it great. | Twitter Kills Favorites, Replaces with LikesA star is not a heart. A favorite is not a like. The newest mode of engagement on Twitter is a bit less versatile, a bit less powerful, a bit more compressed. Like Moments, its big bet on casual users, Twitter’s likes are basic, in all senses of the word. I’m sure we’ll get used to them in time. I’m less sure I’ll ever really come to like them.