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Definitely one of the most popular WordPress theme providers out there, Elegant Themes have reinvented themselves many times. Their latest theme Divi took the WP market by storm in 2013 and today they’re releasing Divi 2.0. With this occasion they’ve teamed up with us to give away developer accounts to 3 lucky Design Reviver users. Btw, a developer account means that you can download any of their themes (including Divi 2.0), plugins and Photoshop files for a whole year!
Lately I’ve been looking into the web design area and at what the market had to offer in order to meet demands. Since the interest in site-making is growing, more and more developers are striving to make it available for everyone. We have many options to choose from today, a lot of which require no coding skills, but I cut my choices to the best two.
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The design field is growing, specifically web design, logo design, and the graphic design fields. With growth comes competition and, in order to survive, you need to stand out from all the rest. I wanted to give some advice to designers coming into the field, as well as create a refresher for current designers.
Over the last few years we have seen many of our colleagues in the web and design industry start producing their own products and selling them online. From magazines and books to icons, posters and t-shirts — lots of us are taking advantage of easy to use online ecommerce platforms.