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Meet Pixpa – Portfolio Websites for Designers


Portfolio Websites for Designers

Pixpa is an all-in-one platform to create beautiful, professional portfolio websites, client galleries and online stores without any coding knowledge.

Made for photographers, artists, designers and small businesses – Pixpa’s website builder makes it easy to showcase, sell and share your work online.

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As my follower get a 10% off on all Pixpa plans with my special link! 

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DesignCap – Make Graphic Design Much Easier

The best and bigger design repository on Earth. (Ok, we want to be, we are working hard! Help us sharing the Portal, thanks!)

DesignCap is a handy graphic designer that helps users make striking graphic designs in minutes, no advanced graphic skills needed.

Try it out:https://www.designcap.com.

Some of its key features:

  1. Countless templates for posters, social media, infographics, etc.

  2. A large library of stock photos & illustrations.

  3. Fully customizable features.

  4. Save it to desktop and cloud or share to social media.

  5. Localized into 7 languages: English, German, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, French, Chinese.

>>GIVEAWAY: I have some giveaways, to participate join my Twitter  and share this post at Twitter with the #DesignCap and @designcapapp

The draw will be done on twitter asap.



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Studying abroad? Boost your budget by earning in dollars without leaving home with Appen

Tenha uma renda extra em dólares sem sair de casa!

If you are a Master and Doctoral student and need and extra money, check out Appen. They are serious and reliable.

Applicants must be self-motivated and internet savvy with good level of English.

If in my Masters days in England I knew about them it would have been a big help!

BTW, if you are a digital nomad, Appen is also a great alternative.

Change your life now!

1) You need Payoner to receive online, sign up for Payoneer.

2) Enroll at Appen and have more peace of mind in your studies.

Good luck!

856 Free Resources for Getting Work Done

The best and bigger design repository on Earth. (Ok, we want to be, we are working hard! Help us sharing the Portal, thanks!)

All the free resources and templates you need to get work done in one place

Philippe Starck: “Design is going to disappear”

Portrait of Philippe Strarck in 2018

Philippe Starck


Philippe Starck is a name that became a brand. From the habitation module on the new international space station to Steve Jobs’ yacht, Philippe Starck’s list of achievements speaks volumes. I interviewed one of most emblematic figures of design in the Peninsula’s bar Felix in Hong Kong–a bar that he designed, of course.

Philippe Branche: How do you see the future of design?

African American Design Nexus

The Design Nexus seeks to honor the work of African American designers from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds together on a single platform to showcase their craft and the places they work.

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Fractal Learning / Meta Thinking

There seems to be broad agreement on the urgent need to make sure that everyone (pre-work, working, and in transition) is equipped to navigate a world disrupted by radical and accelerating changes in the future of work, caused by AI and the 4th Industrial Revolution.

This urgent imperative may open up the opportunity to reinvent education, potentially utilizing recent advances in innovation frameworks, methods and practice. These suggest that learning can be radically accelerated and democratized, in part by leveraging technology and cloud-based knowledge libraries to break down silos and traditional hierarchies. As a result it can become more fundamentally flexible, iterative and self-directed (heutagogy).

The workshop outlined below is just a proof-of-concept for what we call fractal learning. It’s the roughest of drafts, sketched in response to a challenge: can we develop a “seed methodology”, a “Minimum Viable Instruction” package which starts any individual on a learning / innovating / goal-achieving journey, spiraling out from the first iterative cycle to acquire a broad and personalized toolbox of learning and problem-solving skills.

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