I outsourced an infographic for a small-budget personal project. Here’s how I got what I paid for…or, really – paid for what I got!
For Entrepreneurial Creators
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Many a successful business began life in a founder’s home. After all, it’s wise to be careful with start-up dollars, and you might as well squeeze a little more mileage out of that mortgage payment, right? Sooner or later, if you’re doing things right, you’ll need to move the business out of the nest so that […]
The only thing worse for a website than a small budget is making choices that scream LOW BUDGET. Here’s my top tips for looking good for less $$$.
There was a whole lotta buzz about Station Loft Works at this morning’s Douglasville B2B meeting. When I arrived at the ribbon cutting just before lunch, the place was hopping. Can you tell I am super happy/thankful/excited that owners Gwen Vega and Barry Oliver have graced downtown D’ville with this wonderful co-working space? I’m publishing this […]
The wine, cheese, charcuterie, dessert & coffee (OMG could it get any better?) shop is open, the website is live, we just wrapped a Google Hangout for the first half of training, and Highlands, NC’s High Cotton Wine & Cheese Co. is looking good. Paige, daughter of owner Sherry and designer of the great-looking High Cotton […]
Gmail will soon, by default, display images included in e-mails. Users will still have the option to disable this behavior, but since it’ll be the norm we can expect that eventually HTML e-mails will display pretty much as designed as soon as they’re opened. The change does not, however, eliminate consequences for poor design. For […]