One of the most commonly used elements in UI design is icons. As a UX or UI designer, you can never have too many icon sets in your collection. If you’re looking for a cool new custom icon set to make your designs stand out from the crowd, we’ve got you covered. In this post,…Details
CSS is a language that is used by nearly every developer at some point. While it’s a language that we sometimes take for granted, it is powerful and has many nuances that can help (or hurt) our designs. Here are thirty of the best CSS practices that will keep you writing solid CSS and avoiding some costly…Details
My boss has asked me to create a website similar to https://www.rawstory.com/. I have a social media background and very limited web dev skills. I made my own site on Wordpress but it’s very simple and I haven’t customized it in any way.
Do you know how I would go about finding a template like this? He likes the homepage in particular.
I am very new to web development and my website is hosted on SiteGround. I want to use Understrap : https://github.com/understrap/understrap
I want to use NPM & Node JS to develop my website / theme. SG doesn’t support NodeJS but does that mean my theme won’t work if I work on the theme in a local environment and then upload to Wordpress / my SG instance?
It feels like a trend (and a smart one) for tech platforms to invest in really high-quality learning material for their platform. Let’s have a gander. Webflow University Surely Webflow is thinking: if people invest in learning Webflow, they’ll be able to build what they need for themselves and their clients in Weblow, and they’ll…Details
If you’re looking for a way to future-proof your designs, there’s no better way to start than finding a modern, futuristic font for your projects. And this collection of the best modern and futuristic fonts is a great place to start! We’ve picked out some of the best futuristic fonts you can use with your…Details
Looking for the best stencil fonts for your next design project? We’ve collected our favorite stencil letter fonts to give you dozens to choose from, all beautifully crafted to give you a stylish stencil effect. When it comes to designing movie posters, video game covers, and military and industrial-themed designs, you can’t go wrong with…Details
We’ve all been there: a client really, really wants to make a change to your design that, as a designer, you can immediately tell will result in disaster. It happens to every designer, and, as far as I can tell, there’s no real way to avoid it. However, there is a method you can use…Details
I’m a web developer with a few different open-source packages, SaaS apps, and video course side projects, a few are pretty popular and bring in varying amounts of income each month. Everything is wrapped up under my name (GitHub username, bank accounts, etc).
One of my goals I had this year was to start working toward creating a development agency and take on some freelance and consulting clients. My thought process is that if I wrapped my side projects under this business name, it could help two-fold:
Drive traffic and increase exposure to the agency through those open-source projects, blog articles, footer links, etc.
Consolidate and separate my income streams from my personal life and bank account.
Examples would be something like spatie.be, beyondco.de, and serversforhackers.com
The biggest problem with this though, is that I’m worried my projects will suffer if I move them off of my personal name to the agency name. I could just reserve the agency name for future open-source projects and apps, keeping the ones that are already popular under my name, but then again that kind of defeats the purpose of what I laid out above. I’m leaning toward moving everything I have over to the agency name and dealing with the traffic or reputation suffering, hoping it doesn’t take too bad of a hit.
Any suggestions or recommendations, especially if you’ve faced a similar problem before, would be super appreciated