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Thanks for sharing!
This is by far one of the best courses I've ever taken online (and one of the few that I managed to complete!)
Paul and Kaleigh are the Batman and Robin's of freelancing (let's not get into who's who though). If you're thinking about freelancing - or if you've been freelancing for years - this course will be of great value.
In that case, I'd look at Behance and Dribbble and reach out to a few people there. You can get a pretty good idea of their UI skills as well as their experience level.
ps. Thanks! :)
Whenever I'm on the lookout for a freelancer to work with, I almost always go through my network so I can find someone that vets for the person.
That said, I'd be happy to talk to you :)
Following this thread.
First of all - I think good design is good design. Period. So whatever medium, whatever channel, there are certain key elements that will speak to users.
I'm using Jekyll - check out my post on my redesign.
"Good design is as little design as possible" - Dieter Rams (meaning I have succeeded? :))
Boom! That's one of the best things I've heard today. Thanks a lot!
Thanks David! I have friends that just did new websites as well and went with Hugo. Seems to be pretty similar to Jekyll.
There's actually a free plan over at Buddy too - the only downside is that it has a shared queue but so far I haven't had to wait more than a couple of minutes for things to push through.
Will look into Forestry! Thanks again for all your suggestions! (Always up for saving $!)
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