Both bloggers and web designers use a browser while working, so loading up that browser with useful extensions can be the perfect way to optimize the creative process. As most of you know, Google Chrome is the most commonly used browser in the world, and to say its collection of browser extensions is vast would be an understatement, so here is the selection of the best extensions you could use!
Graphs are an easy way for you to make data comprehendible to anyone from a statistics geek to your average Joe. Contrary to the belief some people have, creating graphs is extremely simple and with the help of tools readily available to us, can be done on just a few steps. Here are some useful tools and the steps you need to take to create one.
Despite putting a lot of work into having amazing photos and the perfect site, many photographers struggle to have any meaningful amount of traffic reaching their site. The reasons why this happens vary from site to site, but there’s one thing that all those sites have in common, and that is the opportunity to employ certain strategies that might give their traffic rates a boost. Here is what you could do.
In today’s digital world, we are blessed to have a plethora of gadgets that can aid us in our creative endeavors, cut the time we spend working, and boost our productivity. Some of the gadgets can directly contribute to the creative process, while others will simply speed it up, allowing you to create more in less time. Here are some of the best gadgets for creatives!
Although most smartphone cameras nowadays can come head to head with DSLRs, no matter how crisp and clear your image is, if it’s not edited, it can feel somewhat plain, as if it is lacking that little something. When editing a photo, you can apply just the edits that will enhance the image’s best features, or you can let your imagination run free and completely change the image. Here are the best tools to help you edit them.
Using coming soon pages you can mark a spot on the internet for your future site and have a place that your audience/customers can visit in order to get information on the official launch date, subscribe to your newsletter, get familiar with your business if they aren’t already, get a sneak peek of what is to come when the site does go live, and so much more. Here’s why you should be using images.