We've all heard or used the cliche "You get what you pay for." However, it's not always true, especially in web design. I've currently been working with clients that are usually paying a lot more and getting less in return.
So you need a new logo, images for marketing, your website homepage needs some icons, or maybe a loop a video background? Use Google Images! Right? Wrong! Welcome to the world of photo licensing. I can help.
The internet age-old question, "What is the Best CMS?" Well first thing's first. What is a CMS? CMS stands for Content Management System. Why is a CMS needed? Well back in the day, high school for me, we used HTML editors to manually create each web page, individually. This was very time consuming, created large pages, and caused a lot of coding, design and management issues with the more pages and updates that were needed.
Someone once told me, Common Sense isn't as common as you'd think. That always stuck with me. It reminds me that certain things I take for granted, since designing, maintaining and hosting websites is my day job and I've learned from experience, that a lot of people don't usually think about. Well I'm here to provide some steps on improving your digital security and protect what's yours.