Architecture school is a long haul and we all know it. Whether you get a 5-year professional degree or choose to take on a few years of graduate school (or both), it’s a grueling process. However, most would hopefully agree, it’s worth it for the knowledge you gain throughout those years (not to mention the friendships you form in the close quarters of the studio).
When people first signed up for Content Snare , they are asked one simple question: What is the single biggest challenge you face in your web design business? The most common response is getting content out of clients. Given they had just signed up for a tool helps them do this, it isn’t that surprising.
As I was reading about the weird ways to find new gigs as a WordPress developer the other day, I noticed a comment from kalico that I thought was worth exploring: Adding insult to injury is something every WordPress freelancer should be wary of whenever approaching a new client (or an old one whose website is desperately in need of a refresher).
It’s easy to fall into the trap of always following the latest trends when it comes to web design. However, just as with any other art form, there are some myths that you should question before considering if they’re viable for your designs. The web design myths we’ve chosen for this…