Gal Shachar digs into all the things you can do to advance your design career, from marketing yourself, building a brand, experimenting, and launching a side business, to putting your name and work out there for people to find.
There were 5 Jacksons and 5 gold rings but Clark Wimberly has 5 golden principles that guide his product design. Read them. Recite them. Remember them well.
There’s a host of apps on the market that are designed to make web design easier. The ultimate goal behind these apps: to make the designer more productive.
Alec McGuffey looks at four types of design education, and helps you figure out which one is the best fit for you.
43% of consumers have very minimal computer skills, Andrew Tiburca shows you how to optimise your consumer UX so that your users aren't left in the dark.
We chat with Martis about her education, where she draws her inspiration from and what she has planned next.
The world of fonts has come a long way. 99designs writer Alex Bigman showcases the evolution of fonts in this condensed mini history lesson.
When it comes to branding your business, a logo is always essential. But how much should you pay for it? Here's a lowdown on what to consider.
Having trouble naming your brand? Here's a excellent step-by-step process on how to name a brand from the team at 99designs.
Graphic designer Boris Radulovic (bo_rad) shares his industry insights and how 99Designs has helped him with his freelance career.
Curious about pursuing a career in design? artsigma from 99designs opens up about his career to date and how he got to where he is now.
How do you break into the book cover design industry? Book designer Miladinka Milic shares her insights and how she stumbled into the industry by accident.
It's becoming increasingly important for non-technical employees to have some level of technical skill. We look at six ways coding skills will help you.
We chat to Foxley founder Bianca Board about her new business that's disrupting the web design industry, plus her best advice for emerging entrepreneurs.
We think it's important to connect you with subject matter specialists and give you a chance to say hello and ask them a question. Last week, we caught up with Daniel Schwarz for a chat about Sketch 3.
Mauricio Prinzlau advises designers on overcoming an old problem: how do you establish yourself when you have no referrals or track record in the field?
Elio is back with another selection of great open source projects that are crying out for a touch of design love. Can you be their saviour?
Ada Ivanoff shares some advice and resources that will help designers new to WordPress get started and hit the ground running.
Sometimes the most wonderful creations die for want of a tiny bit of design love. Maybe you can make the difference?
James George explains how Adobe Creative Cloud for teams makes collaboration easy, giving them more time to focus on producing great work.
Aldo Ziflaj looks at 5 useful sets of resources for Android developers, new and old.
Everyone loves a hero. Gabrielle brings a fresh literary point of view to the classic hero section.
It's 2015 and mobile browser numbers have officially surpassed their desktop cousins. Gabrielle looks at 5 mobile design trends that are shaping the market.
With the possible exception of tequila, a computer can make more fasters faster than any other invention in human history.
SitePoint's CEO, Simon Julian, welcomes A Book Apart and talks about the partnership and our excitement at being able to offer the full ABA catalogue.
Freelance Designer is a cool title, but it's not all high-fives and long macchiatos. Daniel has three handy ways designers can earn money.
Ada Ivanoff shows us 11 fantastic icon sets for use in your Android, iOS and Windows Apps, many of which are free.
Usernames can be one letter or a hundred. This can present a challenge when we need to display them in our UI. Vinay looks at a curly UI pattern problem.
Today Joanna examines some of the most prominent emerging web design trends for 2015. There's plenty of inspiration to be had here.
Your great app launched well and then your users forgot about it. Dave Albert looks at tips and advice on how to keep your users coming back.