5 Basic Photoshop Skills You Need as a Digital Marketer

If you work in digital marketing, especially for a small business, sometimes you don’t want to waste time and money passing small jobs to a designer that you essentially could do yourself. The following are things in Photoshop that I use on a daily basis. NB. This article is written for those people with either no or very little experience with Adobe Photoshop. The videos included are not mine and are based on CS6 – if your version of Photoshop...
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Twitter Changes Its Profile Design (Again)

This evening I jumped onto Twitter on my laptop and got this: If you are reading this in the future, this is what the old Twitter version looked like. It’s almost responsive, in that the “Who To Follow” right-hand column disappears at a reduced window screen. With a sneaky nod to Instagram, a greater emphasis has been placed on Photos and Videos, which have a newly dedicated tab. There’s also a new “tweets and replies” filter, where you can see only...
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Hello New Blog Design!

Kia Ora, As of today I’ve said goodbye to my old blog design and welcomed the responsive age. About time too. I’m currently fixing some bugs, but everything should be fully up and running in the next few days. Cheers!...
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An Enviromental Downside To Buying Online

I buy a lot of cosmetics and other products online, which, given our shopping options, is probably the same for most women in New Zealand. This morning I received two orders from two well-known online retailers, both of which steered towards the somewhat ridiculous in their extreme packaging efforts. So here’s a little name and shame. Once It Box arrived marked FRAGILE complete with red sticker. Upon opening, no less than three large sheets of thick brown paper were unwrapped...
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