Facebook is always changing their interface, so the ad dimensions changes quite regularly too. Here’s some Facebook ad dimensions as of Nov 2014. Right column ad size: 1200 x 444 Same ration as the cover page
I recommend reading Moz’s Beginners Guide to SEO, lots of pretty graphics and most importantly, a layman’s guide to how search engines work and how they rank your website.
Those using WooCommerce, when you can’t seem to find something, go to Screen Options on the top right hand corner of your dashboard.
Major Face Palm. Lesson learnt: Keep a copy of your custom CSS, before updating a WordPress theme. REMEMBER. Because updating overwrites all of them. Update: I’ve realised that there’s a custom CSS field in certain WordPress themes. Entering your CSS codes there won’t overwrite it.
Note to self: Draw first half, select path with (V) and then press (O), hold on (Alt) and click, that will be the reflection point. Select horizontal/vertical and then click on “copy”. Select the 2 paths now and then join them with (Ctrl + J)
Note to self, because I always always forget. Appearance > Customize > Select Static Front Page > Select the page that you want as front page from the dropdown menu.
I’ve been designing iOS 7 app icons and they require so many sizes, with 1024x1024px as the largest size. So to prevent any quality loss, when I did it for the first time, I resized from the largest dimension to the smallest icon dimension, which is 29x29px. I’m fine with resizing them one by one at the “Save for Web” …
Trying out according to the stats here Before I read such articles, I’ve been posting promotions and ads of my online fashion store on Facebook and Instagram since 2012. So far I get the most views: when I get friends to share my posts, after meal times, specifically after dinner on the weekdays and after lunch on the weekends just after …
While designing an app icon, I came across this iOS 7 design cheat sheet with most of the essential dimensions. Awesome.
I was working on a logo design at work and I tried to recall from school some ten years ago on what makes a good logo. Here are some elements to consider: 1. When logo is shrunk to a tiny size, is it still recognizable? 2. When in greyscale, can the logo and the colours in it still be distinguishable? …