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You will be providing your designer with good quality digital photos for your portfolio gallery, website pages, and posts. You can take these photos yourself, or have your work photographed or scanned professionally. Stock photography is also available, but read the “limitations on use” carefully.
Portfolio Image and Project Galleries
Your custom DIVI theme comes loaded with a stylish gallery template. It’s also user-friendly for those who want to self-edit their site.
Your website logo can be a simple illustration; or, perhaps your company name in a display font of your choosing. Use your logo in other ways such as on your business cards, stationery, invoices, brochures, and other marketing publications.
Consider designing your logo. Or, you can usually find graphic artists in your community who will create a logo from your sketch. Online marketplaces for freelance graphic design services are another resource.
Squirrel Fonts— Free Font Generator – great for finding a Logo Font.
Your website is made up words, or better known as “copy.” For some people writing copy comes easily; others might need support in finding the right words to get their message across.
Try writing your website copy in your voice. You can always turn to a friend or relative that knows and appreciates your work to help you edit the results.
And last but not least, brevity (a concise and exact use of words) is a good rule of thumb.
Grammarly— Free Writing-enhancement platform
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