Having a website that features your portfolio is crucial if you want to attract more clients. A WordPress portfolio site is also necessary when you’re trying to land a job in a creative agency or another business looking to hire a designer, illustrator, architect or anyone else who needs to display their past works.
Running a small business is a unique adventure. To be successful, you have to be both strong and agile. And you have to work incredibly hard to get your name out there. Because you don’t necessarily have the reach of larger companies, your website plays a huge role in defining who you are to the outside world. Even if you have a brick-and-mortar location, the web may still be the only way many people will interact with you.
Just as art can take many forms, an artist’s website can serve many purposes. First and foremost, if you’re an artist, your online home should provide a showcase of your work. But there are other key functions that can enhance the user experience, while ensuring that your talents are also financially (and otherwise) rewarding.
Performance is one of the most important aspects of any website, but it’s something people rarely seem to take into account when buying WordPress themes. In this roundup we’ll take the ten best selling themes on ThemeKeeper, in order of appearance, run them through some basic performance tests, and rank them top to bottom.
In this updated roundup we’ll take a look at some important things to consider when building an online photography portfolio with WordPress. We’ll go over eight tips and ideas, simultaneously looking at some top selling themes from ThemeKeeper Market to help demonstrate each point.
When it comes to magazine and news websites, WordPress is top of the bill.
The evolution of music consumption has gone from physical (think CD’s, cassettes, minidiscs? and vinyl) to digital. And, while a good website has long been an important part of a musician’s repertoire, in this day and age it’s downright vital.
Minimalist design is popular right now, mainly because of the success of Google’s Material design and flat design trends that have all but eliminated gradients, bevels, and drop shadows.
Whether you’re a photographer, a painter, or a web designer, one thing remains a constant: You need a portfolio. After all, portfolios are the time-tested, best way to give potential clients a look into your work history and methodology.
Throughout history, we have seen just how much of an impact the written word can have. Whether used to declare freedom, spread important news or create a world of their own, words matter to us all.
Selling your products online has never been easier thanks to WordPress and numerous eCommerce themes. But what if you don’t have products to sell and want to make some additional income?