Your website is designed to fulfil your expectations, and your customers/clients expectations. It’s important that your website looks good to engage your visitors, allowing your website to become successful and meet the goals you are striving for.
We share with you the best WordPress Themes for Photographers that are currently available on the market for amateur and professional photographers alike. Showcase your finest photography with these great WordPress photography portfolio themes.
We look at 12 of the best WordPress theme frameworks to see how the features compare and if they are as good as premium content.
Adobe Premiere may be the king of professional video editors, but there are many free and open source alternatives available to the beginner and enthusiastic cinematographer. Here we check out 10 of the best free alternatives to Adobe Premiere.
Web design is all about innovation, but not all progress is good progress. Here are my Top 10 most annoying web design trends that need to stop in 2018.
Adobe Lightroom is one of the most popular photo management and digital workflow applications for photographers. It is also by far the most expensive, which means that the powerful features are not available to most amateur and beginner photographers.
Adobe Photoshop is the to-go choice for the professional designer, photographer and illustrator, unfortunately, the cost means that it is out of reach for many amateurs and beginners. We look at a few free alternatives to Photoshop and see how they compare.
There are many different reasons why your website may have duplicate content issues. and with the recent requirement for adding HTTPS, this is another configuration which may not be optimal for your site.