I’ve recently listened to Show #7 of The Design View Show, a podcast by Andy Rutledge. Show #7 was released in December 2, 2007 but the information in there is still relevant and useful today that I felt the need to share it with you.
In the podcast, Andy Rutledge says that there are four things you must do well in order to get more clients, better clients, and better projects:
Tumblr is currently one of the most popular microblogging services. I’ve had an account for over 2 years now, but I only started using Tumblr this year and I’ve been enjoying the experience so far. What I like about Tumblr is its simplicity, community features, and customization. If you are on Tumblr, you can find me at http://arturkim.tumblr.com and you can find the themes that I’ve released at http://tumblr.com/themes/by/arturkim.
If you are looking for inspiration, take a look at the list that I’ve compiled of awesome Tumblr designs that I’ve came across. Enjoy! (:
Mozilla Firefox is my web browser of choice and I’ve been using it since its early days, before it even had this name. One of the reasons that I like Firefox is the amount of high quality add-ons that are available. They make my life so much easier and they also increase my productivity. However, there are so many add-ons out there that it might be difficult to pick out which ones are good. So, I’ve compiled a list of add-ons that I use and recommend for web design. If you are a web designer, you should already be familiar with these, but I still wanted to share this list for those who are interested in or have just started getting into web design.