Hey everyone, we’d like to be a part of the TechCrunch Awards this year and hopefully (with your help) we will have a chance to win!
If you are a part of the Envato community and want to help us out, we’d love you to vote for us. Head to TechCrunch and submit one nomination per category (per day) until the December 6th, 2012 at 11:59PM PST.
The AppStorm team have been hard at work again. Here is a huge bunch of great free apps and web services they covered.
Evernote 5: Beauty Meets the Old Evernote Client
If you’ve read a few of my articles in Mac.Appstorm then you’ve probably seen how big of a fan I am of Evernote. It’s a wonderful service: not only does it let you create, organize, and share notes easily, but it also lets you keep everything synced up and accessible through many places, like their website, and the iOS, Android and Mac apps.
The Mac app has been around for some time now, and even though it gets continuous support and works just fine, it has been in need of a UI overhaul for a long time. Well, just a few days ago the Evernote team revealed a new update that will bring a complete re-do to the app, and just now we’ve had the opportunity to test out the beta version of the new Evernote 5. Let’s see what’s new!
There are almost as many approaches to creating a profile image as there are authors. Some focus on showcasing artistic skills, others prioritize with slogans and company information. Some show their personal photo, while others display abstract forms. This one belongs to nishagandhi. Check below for four more! Which is your favorite, and why?
I have a quick question I’d like to get your answer to: what’s the hardest part of developing a game? Is it finding the assets, writing the code, making it fun, or just getting someone to play it? Continue Reading
Whether you’re a freelancer or marketplace author – or both – to see significant growth you must embrace marketing. That’s often no small feat – it requires a change in the way you see yourself.
Besides identifying as a creative or marketplace author, you also need to see yourself as a marketer. In fact, your own marketing manager! And that requires constant action, a proactive attitude, and lots of experimenting.
Fortunately, over the last few months FreelanceSwitch has published a bunch of helpful articles that show you how to do just that. They cover branding, Facebook, and other marketing strategies.
So dig in, and try a few out. And please let us know in the comments which articles you found most helpful!