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  • Our favorite tweets of the week June 25 – July 1, 2012
    News July 2012 152 June 2012 47 News Our favorite tweets of the week June 25 July 1 2012 01 07 2012 09 27 58 From Web Design Depot Every week we tweet a lot of interesting stuff highlighting great content that we find on the web that can be of interest to web designers The best way to keep track of our tweets is simply to follow us on

    Original URL path: http://www.guppydesign.co.uk/news-article5346 (2016-04-24)
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  • 10 Steps to Becoming a Better Freelancer
    your portfolio To include any standard work would just be a waste of time Branch out To be a freelancer you have to be assertive even pushy if you want to survive You won t magically get a new assignment every day as you would in a typical office environment you have to work for it On the web that means gaining visibility among potential clients through various social networks In my experience Twitter and Pinterest have been a great resource for freelancers looking to expand their clientele and share their work with the public Sell your skills pinit It s not enough to follow people on Twitter or pin screenshots of your work on someone s pin board You have to really sell your skills if you want potential clients to take notice I find that it s best to target companies and services that are looking for outside work rather than sending messages to any business that fits your niche Personalize your pitches to these potential clients and make them feel that their business will be better off with your work Have confidence in yourself Give yourself a refresher course Occasionally you ll have clients that ask for seemingly archaic services outdated programming late 90 s website interface the use of MS clipart or they might ask you for work that puts you out of your depth To prevent either scenario I recommend taking a refresher course in the basics of your craft in order to stay sharp It could be as easy as reviewing a style guide or as in depth as taking some free online classes on design All that matters is that you stay fresh and ready to face obstacles Make each project stand out pinit Sometimes you re working on so many similar projects that it s hard to remember what distinguishes one from the other When you re swamped with work it s tempting to write every article in the same style or design every page with the same color scheme But adopting a middle of the road aesthetic won t do you any favors you d be much better off treating each project as if it were the last one you ll ever work on After all each fantastic project you complete is just another chance to get more business Cut ties with toxic clients Some people just don t have the right professional chemistry to have a healthy work relationship If you have a client that constantly harasses you with questioning emails or one that constantly doubts your billing methods for example you might want to reconsider whether or not it s worth working for them Work is work but there s a limit to the nonsense that a professional freelancer should tolerate from their clients If a client is keeping you up at night with their aggressive behavior you might be better off without them Consider all new work requests In this economy you can t be picky about who

    Original URL path: http://www.guppydesign.co.uk/news-article5261 (2016-04-24)
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  • Basic Usability Ideas for Intuitive Design
    June 2012 47 News Basic Usability Ideas for Intuitive Design 06 07 2012 06 27 48 From Speckyboy Design I have always loved playing with different interfaces and determining what feels natural vs what feels awkward or difficult Web designers do not always sit down to consider just how important the user experience can be You want to provide the simplest path for new users to achieve one goal to

    Original URL path: http://www.guppydesign.co.uk/news-article5223 (2016-04-24)
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  • Community News: Latest PEAR Releases for 07.09.2012
    Search Optimisation Contact Us Blog Legal Google Facebook Twitter Latest News July 2012 152 June 2012 47 News Community News Latest PEAR Releases for 07 09 2012 09 07 2012 07 00 42 From PHP Developer org Latest PEAR Releases

    Original URL path: http://www.guppydesign.co.uk/news-article5115 (2016-04-24)
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  • 7php.com: PHP Interview with Jacques Woodcock - Engage in Conve..
    to members of the PHP community and finding out all about them In this new interview they talk to Jacques Woodcock a member of the Nashville PHP User Group In this edition I talked with Jacques Woodcock jacques thekit who is a leader in the Nashville PHP User Group NashvillePHP Jacques is also the Founder and President of theKit Portal which is a fully hosted CMS platform built around affordability

    Original URL path: http://www.guppydesign.co.uk/news-article5114 (2016-04-24)
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  • Matthew Weier O'Phinney's Blog: ZF2 Forms in Beta5
    concerns they have a display aspect the actual HTML form they have a validation aspect and the two mix as you need to display validation error messages On top of that the submitted data is often directly related to your domain models causing more issues Add to this that the validation logic may be re usable outside of a forms context and you ve got a rather complex problem He

    Original URL path: http://www.guppydesign.co.uk/news-article5113 (2016-04-24)
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  • Michael Nitschinger's Blog: Announcing the Vienna PHP User Group
    beginners and experts alike to share their experiences opinions and knowledge I have always met great people when I worked with the open source community and I think lots of people around here would benefit from it too So what next The first thing we need to do is identify a bunch of developers including you that is willing to help me bootstrap the user group I think the best

    Original URL path: http://www.guppydesign.co.uk/news-article5112 (2016-04-24)
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  • Anthony Ferrara's Blog: The True Problem With PHP
    about the true problem with PHP less about the language more about the community The core of the PHP community is filled with a lot of really talented and smart developers doing some really amazing things But on the fringes there are a lot of people who are writing articles tutorials and posts designed to help beginners learn the language and usually how to program The problem with this is

    Original URL path: http://www.guppydesign.co.uk/news-article5051 (2016-04-24)
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