Web designer and developer, Jill Anderson, recently blogged about Freelancing and maternity leave. But maternity leave hasn’t stopped her content marketing machine (which helped her achieve a 17% increase in 1 year—Download the case study for details).
Jill is using her time away to keep the ball rolling with a series, Applying the 7 Principles of Design to WordPress. Jill says:
Engaging websites aren’t just accidents—they happen on purpose, and are almost always grounded in the basics. I hope you find these examples both informative and inspiring.
If you’re a creative business owner, consider these elements when working with a web designer.
If you’re a designer like me—I think it’s always good to see great examples. As we grow in our careers, going back to the basics can gives us a new perspective. I think the more capable we become, the better we can relay and transform these basics into something that’s entirely new and unexpected.
Check out her latest posts in the series:
- Good design isn’t an accident…
- Contrast: Design Principle No. 1
- Emphasis: Design Principle No. 2
- Balance: Design Principle No. 3
- Unity: Design Principle No. 4