Here’s a very common scenario – you start to write a new status on Facebook and paste a link to your website but suddenly realise something’s wrong with how the link preview looks (the image isn’t the right size or the text is incorrect etc). So you go to your website, fix the error and then return to your status on Facebook, paste the link again…but it’s still showing the same incorrect content as before in the link preview!
If this has happened to you then do not worry, there is a quick and easy fix for this issue!
This is one of the most common questions we come across in graphic design – how do I convert a Photoshop PSD document to an Illustrator AI document? Well the answer is much simpler than you might expect and we’re just going to explain the 3 simple steps you need to take in order for your Photoshop document to be converted to Illustrator.
There usually comes a time whether you’re a web designer adding a location to a website, or simply trying to send someone a specific address and need the exact longitude and latitude of a location on google maps, but for all their incredible feats, Google haven’t made this aspect of Google Maps very self-explanatory and so we thought we’d write a quick blog just explaining how to get the longitude and latitude of a location of Google maps.
If you run a WordPress website (professionally or as a hobby) then you’ll likely have checked Google Analytics and suddenly noticed a high number of site visits, all at the same time, from a foreign country which you have no relevance to and all being referred from some spam-entitled URL. If this is the case then in this article we’re going to show you the simple steps on how to stop referrer spam in WordPress.
If you’re a website designer then you’ve probably had that annoying issue of a new year coming and you then having to go into your website’s ‘copyright footer’ section and update the year. Well no longer my friend!
What’s in a (domain) name? Well if you’re about to buy your domain name you may be wondering what all these ‘dot-options’ are at the end – is there a difference and does it matter? In all fairness, your website will work with whatever domain extension you choose, however over the years each of the extensions have come with slight ‘expectations’ attached to them as to what your site visitor would assume from your website name.
Many people spend a lot of time, money and effort getting professional videos made for their company or themselves. These videos may be amazing but if you don’t promote them properly then all that time, money and effort could be for nothing!
So as soon as your final video is given to you there are some very simple tricks you need to do straight away in order to gain the full benefits of your video, and the best part of all this is…it’s free! Everything I’m about to tell you is absolutely free for every person on the internet – so without further adieu, let’s begin.
Having a subject in sharp focus and the background blurred out in a picture or video gives any image that added professionalism and nicer look. Because of this, the question of how to achieve this look is something I get asked a lot so I thought I’d write a quick blog about it. The reality is that it’s one of the easiest things to do with a camera whether it’s for photography or video.
This blog is really written with the first-time graphic designer in mind or for someone who is just trying to make a design they’re creating look a little more professional or funky.
When looking at different styles of graphics and designs, you’ll of course notice that font styles are SO important when trying to capture the right ‘feel’ for your design. So when people see some of the work we create, many of them ask “where did you get that font? That’s definitely not a preset option on my computer’s list of fonts?”
As our Creative Director I have filmed quite a lot of interviews over the years and have been on the other end quite a few times in front of the camera as well! So whenever I’m filming I always feel sorry when I have to film someone who has never been on camera before and is a little nervous about the whole thing – so I thought, why not write a blog from my experiences to give fellow interviewee newbie’s some advice!