Archive for November, 2009
It is more than likely that every freelance web designer has, at some stage in their career, not been paid for their work. Frustrating isn’t it? This article is designed to help ensure you get paid for the work you’ve done every single time with lots of tips, advice and resources.
The Cardboard Forest is a blog started by Michaela Lynch. It’s full of creative and inspirational images and ideas. Enjoy!
Michaela Lynch is a daydreamer, artist, animator, inventor, hula hooper extraordinaire, cupcake enthusiast, and a student at the Cleveland Institute of Art.
This is a really beautiful statement of Rembrandt’s life through his self-portraits:
Music: Breath of Light, by String Theory
Frida Kahlo Self Portraits -- Morphed
If you’re a fan of Flight of the Conchords
you’ll love this online music box!
Felt and Wire is a beautiful site dedicated to paper in its many-splendored forms: from postage stamps to posters, from memorable mail to beautiful books, from invitations to artistic innovations. The site was conceived (our editor would say kuhnceived) at Mohawk Fine Papers, by people who love the feel of paper, the look of paper, the marvel of ink on paper, and the magic of what people do with paper.
Visit their online shop for holiday gifts: www.feltandwireshop.com
Lynda.com is an online training website started by Lynda Weinman and Bruce Heavin over a decade ago.
Their mission: Helping you learn, master, and apply digital tools and techniques.
As solo designers we are always struggling to keep up with the technology, and without Lynda.com I honestly don’t know how we would do it. We have subscribe to their training website year after year, and whenever we have a question about how to do something Lynda.com is the first place we go. Thanks Lynda!!!