We just finished another awesome giveaway here on Admix Web! This one was made possible by the cool people over at Sticker Mule who we paired up with to give one lucky reader $100.00 of free custom stickers! Thanks so much for making this giveaway possible Sticker Mule!
The Prize: $100 coupon code for StickerMule.com2
Jun 12th 2012 by
Today we’ve partnered up again with our friends at Sticker Muleto give everyone a chance to win $100 in free custom stickers. Just tweet this blog post and leave a comment, and we’ll pick (1) ONE winner at random, to receive $100 in store credit at Sticker Mule. If you don’t know about Sticker Mule, check them out for all your stickery needs. They make top-notch vinyl stickers, and make it really easy to order. Find them on Twitter @stickermule. or at StickerMule.com
The Prize: $100 coupon code for StickerMule.com
To Enter: Leave a comment with your email below and Tweet this post!! Its that easy! (click on More to leave a comment)6
Jun 11th 2012 by
I have been designing websites for nearly 15 years. My background is in design, not programming so my focus has always been the visual interface and usability. Currently I design exclusively in WordPress because:
1. WordPress is dynamic which makes it flexible in terms of expansion and reorganization.
2. WordPress is open source which means there are tons of plugins, widgets and custom themes to meet just about any technological need.
3. WordPress is easy to clients to learn to maintain content.
4. WordPress is fully customizable.
May 15th 2012 by
Royalty-free image use in web design and logo design is a commonplace practice these days. However, royalty-free image does not mean it’s 100% free. It simply means that you pay just once for the graphic or photo then you are free to make use of it for as long as you’d like. To put it succinctly, the terminology ‘royalty’ applies to a payment that is charged but once for the use of someone else’s copyright property, in this case – an image. The fee for a royalty often rely on the number of times the original image is replicated. Royalty-free images caught my fancy as this topic is by far the most searched term on the web for use by web designers, logo designers, and more for a creation of an ebook cover design, website design templates, and other virtual products to date. From what I gathered, you must be careful where you download your image, especially those that use the word ‘Free’ or ‘Royalty-Free’ in their web promotions.6
May 1st 2012 by
The time sure does fly! I just realized our last giveaway was on 2/24 and our last post was on 1/30! It has been more than two months since we have posted anything on Admix Web, but it is because we are busy in the process of changing the design of the blog, as well as working on new projects! We have a few guest posts in queue that will be posting soon, as well as some new giveaways! And, of course we will have some original Admix Web posts in the works as well.
In addition, we are still publishing interviews of fellow web designers, web developers and graphic designers, so we can get to know the people behind the blog or behind the web work. We are continuing with the interview series and are still looking for new designers and developers to introduce to our reading community! You can still contact me at hlamarche[at]admixweb[dot]com if you would like to be interviewed, or if you know someone who would like to be interviewed. So sorry to keep everyone waiting, but please don’t desert us! We will be back soon! Thanks!6