Looking for a cheaper alternative to PayPal to receive money from your clients? Then read my review of TransferWise - a service I use as a Web Designer for all my international clients.
Email newsletters are dead! No, they're not! There are heaps of great newsletters out there to keep you reading and learning. In this article I have collected four of my favorite newsletters that land in my inbox regularly.
In this blog article I give you a brief overview of the invoicing and proposal tool 'Hello Bonsai', which I have been using ever since starting my own Webflow and web design freelance business.
Looking for culturally diverse stock photos? Then take a look at some of the resources listed in this blog post!
I just read 'Chillpreneur' – a book for service and product based entrepreneurs and business owners. The author tells you a thing or two about running a successful business, making money, marketing your services. Check out my super-short book review.
This is a short & sweet one! I very briefly introduce you to great digital agencies based in Perth, Western Australia. Check out their work!
Are you a female designer looking for a rad online community? Check out some of these "ladies-only" great Facebook groups for (web) designers and creatives.
It's easy to integrate a MailChimp newsletter subscription form into your Webflow site. I've outlined how to do this in this blog post!
Know any great agencies from Perth, Western Australia? No? That's about to change! In this three part series I introduce you to some of my favourite digital agencies in the Western Australian capital. Enjoy!
Can't make it to your favorite design or tech conference? No worries! I've gathered several YouTube channels that provide recordings of interesting and useful tech/design talks from Australia and elsewhere. Sit back on your couch, your office chair or wherever you watch YouTube and learn something new!
In this article I share four quick tips & tricks for anyone just starting out with Webflow! From Webflow Chrome extensions to the lesser known features, I highlight some of the things that make your life easier as a brand-new Webflow designer and developer! Happy designing!
Are you a creative looking at revamping your (home) office or moving house? I've collected a few online stores, artists and suppliers who create and sell products that I as a designer love. Take a look, browse, check out what's on offer and maybe even pick up some design inspiration from the vendor's eCommerce sites! And, no - this isn't a sponsored post!
Does your Webflow blog have annoying gaps in between existing blog posts? One way to avoid this is to build your blog with Flexbox! In this blog post I show you how to do this quickly. I've recorded a short video, so you can follow along with me.
This is the second post in the "Inspirational podcasts for designers and creatives" series. Here I introduce you to three more podcasts that can help you scale your design business and gather helpful tips and advice. Happy reading & listening!
Confused by Webflow's plans & pricing? In this blog post I answer some of the questions I have encountered from other creatives and new Webflow designers. I hope this unofficial guide will answer some of the questions. Let's get started!
Enjoy listening to podcasts? Me too! In part 1 of this two part series I introduce you to some of my favourite podcasts for creatives and freelancers. Perfect for your next commute or morning run!
Here I give you a quick rundown of why writing a blog, publishing a podcast or starting a YouTube channel can be super-beneficial + give 3 great examples.
There are heaps of helpful Google Chrome extensions. In this post I introduce to 5 of my favourite ones that make my life as a designer and creative much easier.
In this blog post I list some useful resources for (future) online course creators. If you’re looking for helpful podcasts or blogs, this is the post for you!
Looking for some new YouTube channels to be inspired by and find helpful tips and advice? Interested in architecture & design? Look no further!
A book I wanted to read for quite a while now is Paul Jarvis' "Company of One". This blog post entails a very brief review of his book and my thoughts about is writings.
In this blog post – and accompanying video – I show you how to create a CMS-driven testimonial slider in Webflow.
While I consider every project, I especially enjoy designing (and maintaining) sites for architects. Let me tell you why!
In this article I explain why I've moved from WordPress to Webflow and outline the benefits that came with it.