Creating beautiful demo is a challenge. You have to combine a great template or theme with imagery that complements your overall design scheme. Unfortunately, images are expensive, especially if you want to use them on a live site.
This is a guest blog post written by Christian Rennella, an engineer from the Universidad Católica de Córdoba (Argentina), currently Senior Marketing Manager for OMT Online for Brazil. Passionate about developing new technologies in the field of Artificial Intelligence.
Working with a team on a website build, multiuser blog, or any other group project can be difficult when you’re each working remotely. Having the right tools in your toolbox can make a big difference in your team’s efficiency.
For many bloggers, especially full-time ones, travel is a necessary part of life. What sounds on the surface to be a perfect profession for homebodies can be anything but. A professional blogger will likely find themselves leaving the comfort of their home office quite often, especially if they work in a field where events and meetups take place at frequency.
Many Web developers work as freelance contractors, giving them control over the projects they take on, and the hours they work. This also means taking on the responsibility of invoicing clients, and making sure they have the ability to pay in a way that is fast and convenient for them.
If you think of code as the painter’s masterpiece, then the tools with which it is written are the brushes and canvas. Choosing the right system by which you can comfortably and reliably produce great websites is important.