Is devoting more time to WordPress worth it as a print designer?

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As a print designer, you know that often your clients are going to need web design. But is it worth it to go through the hassle of learning WordPress (and the basics of web design)? Or should you simply partner with a web designer and share clients? Make the best decision for your business with the following info. What is WordPress anyway? (Don’t feel stupid…there are no stupid questions here at GDB.) WordPress is a very popular and free content management

The things you wanted to know about WordPress as a designer-entrepreneur, but didn’t know who to ask

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Okay, the headline does look a little BuzzFeed-ish, I give you that, so let’s just get the record straight before we get going. This post won’t be about things like: “You need to build a Twitter following or your business will fail!” nor “Make sure to use H1 tags on your site to get it discovered through SEO.” No. We all know stuff like that, so there’s no point talking about it any longer. I’m pretty sure that thousands of other posts on

Win $579 worth of web goodies from MOJO Themes and GDB

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It’s not very often that GDB runs any sort of giveaway or product promotion. But for Cyber Monday and the holiday season, we wanted to take a minute to offer something really special to all our readers. Today, we’re giving away $579 worth of web goodies from MOJO Themes, a premium web theme and template marketplace. I have personally taken the time to assure that this bundle of web templates and other goodies is high-quality and worth your time. MOJO

Make your design business mobile: WordPress Development on the go

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It goes without saying, one of the quickest ways to develop a web site these days is through the use of WordPress. If you have ever worked with WordPress then you already know how rapidly you can develop your site using the pre-made themes. What you may or may not know, is you can develop your own from the comfort of your own desktop without the need for Internet access. Having the ability to design and debug your site before