People I associate with frequently ask me where I get my ideas and inspiration from. While the list is endless, I thought this might provide some insight into some of the places I go for design inspiration and instruction. While twitter is probably still my favorite way to keep up to date with what other designers are doing (follow me @prestondlee), the following are a number of design blogs I have subscribed to and frequently read. Bittbox.com A great blog
There are millions of articles floating around on the internet about how to increase traffic on your blog. There seems to be a shortage, however, on the number of high quality, informative posts on how to increase reader retention. The success of a blog is usually measured by the amount of people who subscribe or freqently come back to the site. The following are three simple steps that you can follow to increase reader retention on your blog. 1. Make
If you work in a creative field, chances are you have a personal blog. So what makes the difference between your blog and your grandmother’s? You actually have content that you need to share with the world. Similarities?…Unfortunately no one reads either blogs. So what can you do to finally get traffic to your blog? Try some of the suggestions below: 1. Make it attractive. Get a personal URL, learn a little code, and set up a nice professional site.