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Getting my portfolio online!

Discussion in 'Graphic Design Forum:' started by TheNoone, Jun 6, 2010.

  1. TheNoone

    TheNoone Member

    I'm Guessing this is going to be quite tricky as, i havnt really done
    alot of design for the web,

    Well designing the site was the easy part,
    what is actually going to be the easiest way to get it online?

    I have to much pride to pay someone to code it?

    Anyone any suggestions, Links etc?



    p.s If your interested in very nice design and print, check out my tutors (G-mans) work
    Flickr: G-MAN77's Photostream

  2. bigdave

    bigdave Moderator Staff Member

    Put your pride aside and pay someone who knows what theyre doing with code! Its all very well saying 'Im a designer a should be able to do it' but the real art in this business is knowing how to achieve the best result for the client. Only this time you are the client! You wouldnt print a clients business cards on an inkjet rather than employing a priter so why sell yourself short with your own website.
  3. Munni

    Munni Member

    I agree bigdave, but what's a priter? :icon_lol:

  4. bigdave

    bigdave Moderator Staff Member

    Its like a printer but without the N! :icon_rolleyes::icon_blushing:
  5. Stationery Direct

    Stationery Direct Administrator Staff Member

    I agree with Big Dave :icon_thumbup:
  6. TheNoone

    TheNoone Member

    I'm a master at coding myspace profiles. Not for myself obviously

    Myspace is lame!

    I'm guessing it's quite alot different from myspace though,
    this time i think ill pay though, and learn it more in depth till a bit later on.

    Anyone know any fair prices? etc?

    Thanks for the advice.

  7. Stationery Direct

    Stationery Direct Administrator Staff Member

  8. Site Engine

    Site Engine Member

    If you want your own personal stamp on it a suggestion is that you design the site yourself as a PSD and get somebody to chop it up and create the HTML and CSS.

    I'll email you with a price for doing this with Wordpress.

    - Stephen
  9. SparkCreative

    SparkCreative Member

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