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I was browsing cricinfo.com and came across some pretty interesting quotes.
When it comes to small businesses and freelancing, there’s no shortage of business books on the market. They cover all the traditional, important stuff about business plans and tried-and-true marketing campaigns. That’s not what this article is about. Instead, this is a collection of key ideas about street-smart marketing and good ways to make money. And even though these ideas were intended for designers and photographers, they should work for all kinds of small businesses.
As the Executive Director of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), I talk to lots of freelance photographers and designers who are just getting started or who are having tough times. Many of them ask for advice. This article is based on some of the things I share with these folks, and I know these things work because I’ve been there and I’ve tried them.
On the surface, you may have heard of some, if not all, of the following ideas, but make sure you read beyond the titles because there are secrets hidden in each of the ten that people often miss.
As you may probably know mobile design is getting more and more popular, particularly the iPhone design. Almost every popular website or web app offers a mobile version now. In this post, I’ve collected a list of 38 nicely designed sites (ranging from personal, blog, portoflio, editoral, web app, etc.) that are optimized for iPhone. I hope this list will come in handy when you need to design a mobile site for yourself or clients. Now have you iPhone ready and enjoy the list.