When it comes to having a reliable solution for your web design and graphic design needs, there are a few options for businesses to choose from – namely freelance vs in-house. But which is best?
Today I decided to create an official JWorks Studios profile on Behance. If you don’t know, Behance is a free online community for creative-types who share their work with the online world and get feedback from other creatives.
Today I have launched the new redesign of JWorks Studios and I can officially say it is now a WordPress site. The new JWorks Studios is built on WordPress to leverage the extra power that it can offer.
This week I’ll be undergoing some changes on the website. I am redesigning everything and switching over to WordPress for quicker updates and to leverage the framework for easier SEO. Besides, it’s always fun to tinker with things!
I have decided to open up additional contact channels by creating Twitter and Google+ accounts. If you have either Twitter or Google+, you can contact me for projects, queries, or also stay linked for new information on deals and things I will be doing in regards to JWorks Studios. Twitter: @JWorksStudios Google+: JWorks Studios […]
My new custom WordPress theme, JWorks Studios v6, is up and running. I created this theme to match my website’s new theme (also called v6) so that when visitors go from JWorks Studios to the WordPress blog, it looks seamless. Some of the features of this WordPress theme are a multi-view homepage where I can […]
Well I’ve done it, finally. Version 6 of the JWorks Studios website design is live. Next, I believe I will create a matching theme for the blog. I want to try some new things and see how they work out…
I still love version 5 of my website, but I’m kind of in the mood to try out some new techniques and want something brighter, so I’m updating my web design to version 6.