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4 Steps to Design a Search Engine Friendly Site

Designing a Search Engine friendly site is getting more important as more Internet users are using the search engines such as Google, to find the information they need. The following are the most significant points for the Webmasters to consider when they are creating a site on any content. The first and most important step is to create a crawlable site. Without a crawlable site, it is useless even to have a content rich site because search engine can not…

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New year, new skills: learn new tricks at Vertex

With the new year upon us, we can’t think of a better way to refresh your workflow with our brilliant masterclasses and workshops at Vertex, our event to bring the CG community together! We have a broad range of sessions to attract any artist and they’ve been carefully curated. From games and VFX through to VR, we’ve covered all the bases including character concepting, real-time creation and more.  You’ll be able to take away skills to upgrade your skills immediately…

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My Most Popular Posts of 2017

To finish off every year I enjoy taking a moment to look back at my content from the past 12 months to compare how all my articles, tutorials, freebies and videos performed in terms of view counts. This is my greatest hits collection for 2017, broken down into individual top 10 roundups for each category. Did you miss any of these most popular posts? Which one from the list was your favourite? Or was there a particular piece of content…

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25 Inspirational Bob Ross Quotes To Make Your Day Brighter

The ‘90s spawned a lot of pop culture heroes – but only a few managed to transcend generations quite like American painter and television host Bob Ross. The iconic creator of the show “The Joy of Painting” brought art closer to people and sparked the belief that everyone can be an artist.   Early Life and Influences Robert Norman “Bob” Ross was born in Daytona Beach, Florida on October 29, 1942, and grew up in Orlando where his family moved.…

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Web Hosting Vs Web Design What's the Difference?

Many Australian businesses that have chosen to design and build a web site, either use a web designer, or find one of their existing staff members wanting to do the job. Both options can get you the desired result and meet your required budget. Web designers work hand in hand with web hosting providers to get a website designed, hosted and available on the internet for the public to see. There are a few things to consider, both from a…

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33 Best Free and Premium BuddyPress Themes 2018

If you want to create a social network site, BuddyPress helps you build your own social-networking website on your WordPress website. BuddyPress themes assist you to make different kind of website for your business and themes also have comprehensive and advanced options and features so that it can be used you to create a beautiful online community website. BuddyPress is a free open source software package that can be plugged into WordPress to create a social networking website. The BuddyPress is designed to allow create a…

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Client Buzz: What Every Web Designer Should Hear

For any web design project I do, I ask clients to tell me exactly what they want so I can successfully meet their goals. While this is common sense, actually getting clients to describe their vision can be harder than you think. If your client is not "buzzing" with ideas, you might want to reconsider signing on. In this scenario, I volunteered to assist a non-profit foundation board I was familiar with in designing and implementing their first web site.…

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11 Web Design Tips

Before you start design on a website step back a minute – or two. Think about what a website is REALLY supposedly to do for the client as well as the visitor. In its simplest form, a website is there to facilitate a transaction of information between it and the visitor. With this in mind, here are some tips for designing useful web sites: 1. Font Free for All: Keep the number of font families you use on a page…

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Happy New Year 2018 | Articles

Wishing you all a Fantastic, Remarkable, Incredible & Amazing Happy New Year 2018. May this New Year bring new hopes, new promises and new reasons to celebrate your presence in your life. Have a Joyous New Year 2018. Hurray! Thank you, thank you thank you… all for your help, advice, support, kicks from behind to keep me spurred on, and for taking the time to read my articles and comment on them and how can we forget our Advertisers, who makes GDJ…

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Tech’s Biggest Douchebag of 2017

2017 has graced us with a plethora of unsavory individuals and businesses. In the span of 12 months, we’ve seen everything from misogyny to the US President’s Twitter handle being used to peddle goods. All said, our second annual ‘Biggest Tech Douchebag’ recipient was a bit tricky to pin down. Maybe it’s Facebook… After all, it didn’t take too long to go from “should the social media platform morally intervene” to “give us all your advertising money.” As recently as September, the…

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