On July 9th, I posted here about my initial attempts at getting a marketing plan for BluLob off the ground. This is an update and a general impression of my experiences so far. If you find yourself mentioned here, please understand that I found everyone – with rare exception – to be personable and having the best
The last time I was freelancing, I was a very passive marketer. For the most part, I relied on people finding me online or through referrals. I managed to win and keep a few clients this way. However, as you can imagine I didn’t really make a living this way. It was lucky I was teaching and receiving students loans at the same time.
This time, I am committed to making my design studio very
“Neuro Web Design” (2009) by Susan M. Weinschenck, Ph.D. is published by New Riders, which publishes a number of the Web design books I have read. The focus of “Neuro Web Design” is to teach you how an understanding of how we make decisions can improve the effectiveness of the Web sites we design.
Here are the coolest, most interesting links I checked out this week.
This is my second installment of “Saturday Round-Up”, where I showcase all the cool stuff I have found throughout the week that relates to Web and graphic design. Enjoy!