Warning: Reading this article won’t make you a better freelancer or a pro in your domain. The purpose of the post is to make up an analysis about the possibilities of making a living from freelancing.
The value of the article could be much diminished if you didn’t put in a comment the situation from your country; multiple opinions from all around the world are welcomed!
Writing is an art, and as with any art, one must properly train for it. I started writing a while back and was really happy with my work, until I noticed readers poking fun at my writing and criticizing every little thing that I did. My articles were not well structured and had no headings; the paragraphs were informative (or so I believed), but nobody cared to read them. This moved me to research all about good writing practices, tools and resources.
Here is the post based on that research. I have tried to touch on all points related to writing. And after many mistakes and much criticism, I am sure what I have produced here would benefit all budding writers and serve as a checklist for professionals.
Movie posters are known for a brief introduction of what the movie all about. Every movie has a poster for its publicity and marketing purpose. Now over the past few years, we’ve continuously seen a boom of posters and DVD covers continuing to appropriate the style.
A good poster is a very easy job for an regular artist but a creative poster takes a lot amount of time and thinking for one or more group of artists which however, reaches beyond the simple advertisement work to a piece of art and the outcome is so wonderful then a regular movie poster that it made movie memorable. Still there are exceptions in which movie rating was really low but the posters are really inspirational.
In the Presentation below, we collected Creative Cinematic Poster Arts that fairly creative and dare to be different, all from 2010 films.
Choosing a logo for your business is an important step in marketing. Your logo is the first point of visual contact, and your customers and clients will think of it when they hear your business’ name. Logo design is underrated; people don’t understand the importance and value of a good logo.
The first thing to consider when developing a logo is its purpose. Remember that your logo represents your company and should project the image you want. Study your target audience before creating a logo design. If you’re targeting upper–middle-class business people, then your logo design will be vastly different from one for a company targeting teenagers who like to skateboard. Non-profit organizations also have logos, and those logos should also be designed with purpose.