A Guide To User Personas

The following guest post about user personas is from Ayesha Ambreen.

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Review—The Elements Of Logo Design: Design Thinking, Branding, and Making Marks

It’s all too easy to get locked into seeing things a certain way and to get stuck thinking that way is the only one, even when the evidence suggests another course might make more sense. I think you’d agree it’s better to be open to more than one possibility, especially when it comes to anything with a creative component.

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A Renewed Passion For Design And Development

At the close of last week’s post I mentioned that working on a new site for myself has reinvigorated a little of the old passion for design and development. While I was very hesitant to start working on the site again, I’ve had a lot more fun than I expected since I’ve been writing code.

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The Growing Complexity Of Developing Websites and the Growing Ease Of Using Site Builders

Last week I talked about how I’ve been stalling and stalling and stalling when it comes to building a new site about writing and creativity. I also told you how the time had finally come where I couldn’t avoid it anymore and I’ve been surprised to find I’m enjoying myself more than expected.

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Thoughts On Closing My Freelance Business

Ever since I made the transition from being a freelance designer developer to a full time writer I’ve been wanting to build another website, specifically for topics about writing and other creative pursuits. I purchased a domain a few years ago, set up a newsletter signup form, and I’ve regularly written and sent an essay every month or so, but I keep putting off launching a full site year after year.

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