Today, there are a lot of companies offering online billing services who you can pass on your critical accounting matters to. BloggingJunction recommends their Top Five online billing software which can take your business to a global level.
UsNews believes that resumes have evolved over the years, and have identified some mistakes people make in today’s business environment. Chances are good that you’re making a few of these common mistakes on your resume. How many are you guilty of?
Being a designer, you are expected to be highly creative and artistic. Hence, your design resume should endorse these expectations through its layout. If your resume is able to grab the attention of the design agency, then your chance of selection skyrockets. LogoBlog presents 20 brilliant and creative ideas for logo designers to adopt while designing their own resumes in future.
Medhley presents 10 search engines for web designers. These search engines have some very useful stuff for graphic designers, just like the Search button here at The Graphic Post.
In simple terms, color calibration is the process of correcting the display color information of your devices. You may need to calibrate your printer, camera, scanner and other devices so that what you see on-screen, as well as what you scan, print or take a picture of–is as similar as possible. 1stWebDesigner has a post that explains the processes.
In this brief tutorial, Hongkiat goes over the basic steps required to create a simple WordPress plug-in. The steps are fairly simple and don’t require a large dedication to study. Rudimentary knowledge of PHP would be useful, even with a basic understanding of the WordPress file structure and Administration panel.
Making money from your blog is getting easier and easier. MyInkBlog shows 10 different ways you’re able to make money from your blog, starting today! No need to wait months upon months in order to start generating revenue, you can (and should be) monetizing your blog now.
When it comes to digital painting tutorials, text-based tutorials don’t quite cut it for most people. With that in mind, CreativeFan have collected up some digital painting video tutorials that will help you on your way to becoming a digital painting master.
These lessons at Lifehacker concentrate primarily on editing video in Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro, but that doesn’t mean they won’t be helpful for other editing software. The idea behind having the lessons with both applications is to demonstrate that when you learn one editing application it’s pretty easy to learn another.