Behind the Screens

I have been approached by more than one member of the community asking for advice on how to find clients,

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Its been a pretty special year for us Divi Theme users. Elegant Themes have issued about 30 updates, each giving us more and more functionality and a few of us (mainly due to cheap hosting, outdated php versions and maybe, just maybe, a little less reading of the manual that should have gone on.

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A while back Andrew signed Elegant Marketplace up as a sponsor for a blog competition.  When he sent me the

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That is the question I see asked in web design communities across the interwebs: Should I send my clients a gift during the holidays?

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I have been a huge fan of Dorie Clark for a long time now, and I am so delighted that

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Yesterday I was shopping at Costco (which brings me great joy) and I nearly spit my pumpkin spiced latte all

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Here at Elegant Marketplace we have sold thousands of products: plugins, child themes and other creatives.  From time to time

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Every now and then I like to slip in a post about self-care.  Forty three percent of American’s work from

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Or…When Eileen Met Bruno.

We love to interview developers and this little chat is particularly interesting as Bruno lets us into the mindset of a plugin developer. ‘What do users want, how do I produce it and how do I get it to market.’

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This week I had the opportunity to talk with Mor Cohen of FlixFrame, where she creates child themes for Divi

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When I saw Monica Higgins website design, for the Australian restaurant Popla, my jaw dropped. I look at a lot

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Last week I mentioned the Pinterest Challenge with Maggie Lamar.  By now, you know me well enough to know that

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A website is much more than a pretty face for your business. What to ask before you engage a web design firm for your WordPress website.

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I was planning a post on summer reading when I came upon an article on one of my clients blogs on the new book the Airbnb story and occurred to me, that perhaps you would also like to read the book, and maybe we could do a virtual meet up via Zoom and have a chat.

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Need a break from the WordPress world? I share three podcasts that are both educational and entertaining and will return you to your desk refreshed and motivated.

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As I sit here doing some support on licenses and various other bits and pieces, I am reminded what a

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This week I had the opportunity to talk with Joan Donogh of Divi Diva, where she creates child themes for

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Way back in 2013 I wrote a post on my personal blog about being a professional in the digital age.

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This week I had the opportunity to talk with Munir Kamal. Munir is the owner of CakeWP where he provides

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To begin, chuck the term freelancer. That means you pop in and out of projects, take them when it is convenient for you and gives the impression that you really aren’t a business. Let’s call ourselves small business owners – or Web Designers or Web Developers or simply digital entrepreneurs.

A few strategies on making yourself look (and feel) like a proper business.

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Let’s take a look at the state of the WordPress world for 2017 and see what the future might hold for our favorite content management system.

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Customizing a product makes it a service. As a web designer you are selling your service. When you shift your mentality and your dialogue with a potential & existing clients the whole experience of working together shifts.

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I had a chat with Sean Barton the developer behind the game changing Injector range of plugins for Divi. I

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If you are part of the Divi community, you have heard that Elegant Themes are planning a ‘Divi Marketplace’. It’s

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