In the same way that society and civilization is constantly changing and evolving, so too are the thousands of professions available in the world. If you were to look at a list of professions from a century ago, it wouldn’t be difficult to pick out any number that no longer exist. But just as some professions become obsolete with the advance of technology, other professions are created. Graphic design is just one of many professions that didn’t exist a half century ago. And within the profession of graphic design, particular specialties have developed as well. Typography is just one of those specialties.
The web design industry keeps on getting evolved with each year, and without a second thought we start implementing all the latest trends in our website. But you can go blind-fold and believe in everything that you read on the Internet. A lot of words and saying about the web design trends might not be useful to you. I’m not saying that all the web trends available online are incorrect, what am trying to say is that we usually believe in anything that we read online (image via shutterstock).
On June 2nd, Apple held their annual developer event called WWDC which stands for World Wide Developer Conference. There was no new hardware presented. There were no consumer-facing software releases. Yet the developer-focused announcements were a promise of exciting changes in Apple’s consumer product line. Many of those changes were centered around design, something that Apple typically does quite well. Another thing at which Apple tends to excel is security. It is no accident that when Apple makes a big leap in one, it is generally accompanied by the other.
As society becomes more visual, the need for illustrations, photos and artwork is a growing field especially on the web. Commerce, news, blogs and many other sites need stock illustrations to fill out what would otherwise be a sea of text. Also companies with business websites are in need of expert illustrators and artists to help present their ideas and products online to meet their goals and branding needs. But being a freelance illustrator or artist is not as easy as just putting some samples on the web and hoping prospective clients see your work. It takes planning and effort, but the work can be worth it when your art is featured online.
Owning an online clothing business is a growing trend that makes sense in today’s shopping world. As a business owner, you can have many high-quality clothing options. You can also have the very best quality photographs of those items displayed on your eCommerce website. However, if your pricing is not competitive, you’ll lose more customers than you gain. Fortunately, there are six simple steps to follow in order to set competitive prices.