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So far Solvers has created 28 blog entries.

HOW TO PREPARE FOR A PRESENTATION

If you’ve ever found, after hard work and many sleepless nights, just the right project that you consider to be the big thing, well, you didn’t actually do much.

Presentation is not just the powerpoint slideshow. Presentation is part of your strategy to place your product in to public. Depending of the quality and the content, […]

By |October 2nd, 2015|Design, Organization, Uncategorized|0 Comments

ORGANIZING TO SUCCESS

Organizing to success

Organization is the root of all business actions done in specific order at specific time in manner of achieving goals.

If you ever tried to do some of your own business, doesn’t matter if it is a blog or a pottery shop, you’ve find yourself in situation where you lie to yourself that you […]

By |July 21st, 2015|Organization|0 Comments

SELF TAUGHT GRAPHIC DESIGN – HEAVEN OR HELL

Being in industry for almost 10 years, I've stumbled upon many challenges of being a self educated graphic designer.Started as a playing around in Photoshop, now I am full time graphic designer at online company and also owner of small business called IamLoudness, personal poster shop and blog. So before we jump into discussion we can point one thing for sure - You can be self taught graphic designer. All you need is internet connection. And good will. And patience. And Frustration management. And motivation & inspiration. And path to follow. Nothing much.
By |July 9th, 2015|Design|0 Comments

GRAPHIC DESIGNER CV

So you are graphic designer or you finally started to call yourself one? You've built up your portfolio with some fancy business card from local plumber and hairdressing salons? Congrats! That doesn't make you a graphic designer, but it is definitely a start and if you want to do your job seriously, maybe you should consider writing a cover letter/cv and send it to graphic design job proposals. Here is a list of things not to do!
By |July 3rd, 2015|Design|1 Comment

LEARN TO CODE… CHANGE YOUR CAREER TO BETTER

This post is not an ad, this post is just my experience that I’ll share with you.
By |June 19th, 2015|Development|0 Comments

OUR FIRST INFOGRAPHIC – WEB DESIGN PROCESS

We made this infographic for the Internet community, web designers, developers, marketers, our clients and for all other people who want to know more about web design and online presence.
By |June 19th, 2015|Infographics|0 Comments

MAKING OF OUR FIRST INFOGRAPHIC

I will try to share with you our experience of creating our first Solvers infographic and of course, numerous problems we encountered along the way. I will do my best to present you both the designer and content creators perspective. Since this is our first infographic, we still aren’t completely sure where are we going with it, but I suppose we'll find out soon enough (we are developing it for almost six months now).
By |June 18th, 2015|Infographics|0 Comments

INTRODUCTION TO WEB TYPOGRAPHY

If we strip modern web design to its basic elements, we are left with media (video, audio, photo), call to action and typography. Most of the relevant information is still consumed via text (think newspapers, blogs and online magazines) and because of that typography takes great place in whole process of making web functional and alive.
By |June 18th, 2015|Design|0 Comments

SEARCH WITH GOOGLE

Using Google search is pretty straightforward but there are many “hidden” tips and tricks for making your search results faster and more efficient. I will share with you here some of the tricks I use daily.
By |June 16th, 2015|SEO|0 Comments

YOU WONT BELIEVE THIS!

Sharing content on social media is not a new thing, and it is a proven way of getting more views and interaction with users. You've already witnessed a lots of posts starting with attractive and engaging captions like with you "won't believe this" or "this video will change the way you look at life", or something that "will melt your heart" and break your keyboard with the tears falling from your eyes. Content of these posts are basically nature, animals or human behavior themed, and as you've clicked and it didn't change your life, you may be wondering what a hell is going on and why do they do that.
By |June 14th, 2015|SEO|0 Comments

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