So you’ve been given a level entry DSLR camera, like the Nikon D3300, D5300 or the Canon EOS range. Most come with a kit lens and you’d love to take professional-level photos at events? Although I’ve upgraded to professional bodies, let me share some event photography tips and tricks to help you on your way using the type of camera I started off with…Continue reading
More and more of us are freelancing. The freedom is great but with it comes some risks. I’ve been freelancing for 19 years and these are my top tips for starting a new project… Continue reading
Being a ‘web designer’ has changed SO much over the years. There used to be a clear cut distinction between graphic designer, front-end developer and back-end developer. These days those lines are blurred and have crossed over more than at any other time. So how do you become great when you’re starting out? Continue reading
This handy little infographic gives you 12 tips to stockpile ideas and boost your productivity on Facebook. Continue reading
My first web design job meant travelling across Europe and giving presentations about the websites I had created. I had to stand up in front of many leading scientists and if they could see my hands they would have seen them shaking like crazy. I was young then and very nervous.
We all have our own ways. I am guilty of staying up late, working through to 3 or 4am, because it is a quiet time to work. Being a morning person does have its own benefits. Continue reading