When it comes to decorating rooms and designing spaces, wouldn’t it be great if you could create a visual image of it first, before investing in expensive furniture or buying a bunch of accent pieces in a specific color?
Especially when you’re contemplating something a little off the beaten path or experimenting with your color palette, being able to picture the end result (literally!) before embarking down an uncertain road would be priceless, right?
Fortunately, you can! Smartphone apps that allow you to become your own interior designer are getting better every day and many of them are price “less”…as in, they’re free!
Perhaps the best part is that the technology isn’t exclusive to design professionals and interior decorators. So, before you waste one more old-school minute creating sketches that are inevitably not to scale, check out a few of these apps that allow you to hold the power of a professional designer in the palm of your hand.
Ever filled out an online form, only to accidentally check a radio button, with no way to undo it? The problem with radio buttons is that once you select it, you can’t deselect or uncheck it.
Do you need to host images online? Tired of the restrictions of various third party image hosting services? Why not start your own?
There are numerous different image hosting scripts available online. One interesting script I was introduced to is ImageNuke.
Do you own an online blog? Are you planning on starting one? A question asked by many people when they first start a blog is, “Which platform should I use?” There are many self-hosted solutions available, but not everyone wants to go through the hassle of learning how to and setting up a domain name, web host, etc…
Thankfully, several free blogging platforms exist, the most popular ones being WordPress.com and Blogger. How does each compare? Let’s find out and crown one as the “prized flyer”.
Trying to create a website? We can all just learn to use Dreamweaver and we are good to go, aren’t we?
This is a common misconception that is put in the brains of many prospective website designers, but hear this loud and clear: to be able to design genuine websites, you need to have a good grasp of HTML and CSS coding languages. WYSIWYG web builders like Dreamweaver and CoffeeCup are great but have many limitations.
Anthony Sparks is a guest author from Web Hosting Search, a leading online guide to various web hosting companies.
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