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  • ประกันภัยรถยนต์ชั้น1 เพียง 6,900 บาท
    by ประกัน.com on พฤษภาคม 29, 2019 at 4:52 am

    Continue reading ประกันภัยรถยนต์ชั้น1 เพียง 6,900 บาท at ประกันสุขภาพ ประกันรถยนต์ ประกันบ้าน ประกันเดินทาง. […]

  • ประกันภัยรถยนต์ชั้น 1 เพียง 7,700 บาท
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  • CHUBB 2+ 3+ X-Treme
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  • Mon, 04 Jun 2018 04:22:11 +0000: Warning: include(C:/xampp/htdocs/inc/config.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in C:\xampp\htdocs\dbsocial\index.php on line 2 - PHP – select2web.com
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  • Mon, 20 Nov 2017 01:00:25 +0000: OOP ซีรี่ย์ – Abstract classes & methods - PHP – select2web.com
    Abstract class นั้นเป็นคลาสที่ถูกเขียนขึ้นมาด้วยความตั้งใจว่า “เป็นการวางโครงคลาสไว้ให้ก่อน เมื่อจะนำไปใช้ คุณจะต้อง implement มันให้เป็นคลาสเสียก่อน” วิธีการสร้างก็เหมือนการคลาสปกติ เพียงแต่นำหน้าคลาสด้วยคีย์เวิร์ด Abstract ผมเอาตัวอย่างจริงๆของ WooCommerce มาให้ดู เพื่อจะให้เห็นว่าคอนเซ็ปนี้เขาไม่ได้สร้างกันขึ้นมาเล่นๆ View the code on Gist. เวลาจะเอาคลาส WC_CSV_Exporter ไปใช้งาน เราจะต้องทำการ implement มันให้เป็นคลาสเสียก่อน ด้วยคำสั่งนี้        
  • Mon, 13 Nov 2017 01:00:31 +0000: OOP ซีรี่ย์ – override properties and methods - PHP – select2web.com
    ในกระบวนการของ OOP นั้นมันยอมให้คลาสลูกที่สืบทอดไปจากคลาสแม่ เขียนทับฟังก์ชั่นของตัวแม่ได้ เหตุผลหนึ่งที่ยอมให้กระทำอย่างนั้นได้ เพราะว่า เผื่อเราต้องการจะเปลี่ยนแปลงการทำงานของฟังก์ชั่นบางฟังก์ชั่น สมมติ เรามีคลาสอยู่ตัวหนึ่งซึ่งเราตั้งใจให้มันเป็นคลาสหลักให้คลาสอื่นๆมา extends ออกไปแล้วเขียนฟังก์ชั่นเพิ่มให้แตกต่างกันไป ทีนี้ระบบมันก็ใช้มาๆ แล้ววันหนึ่งเราต้องการสร้างคลาสตัวหนึ่งที่จะต้อง extends มาจากคลาสหลัก แต่ อยากแก้ไขฟังก์ชั่นที่มีอยู่เดิมให้ทำงานแตกต่างออกไป แบบนี้ทำได้ ดูตัวอย่าง View the code on Gist. ถ้าเราประกาศฟังก์ชั่นด้วยคีย์เวิร์ด public มันจะอนุญาติให้เราเขียนฟังก์ชั่นทับอย่างนี้แหละ  แต่ถ้าเราไม่อยากให้มีการเขียนทับฟังก์ชั่น เราจะต้องใช้คีย์เวิร์ด final วางไว้หน้าฟังก์ชั่น แล้ว PHP มันจะไม่อนุญาติให้เขียนฟังก์ชั่นทับเอง ทีนี้บางคนอาจจะสงสัยว่า ก็เราเขียนเอง ทำไมต้องไฟน่งไฟนอล เอ้าก็ภาษามันไม่ได้ออกแบบมาเพื่อให้คนๆเดียวเขียนเท่านั้น มันอาจจะมีฝ่ายวางแผน ฝ่ายขึ้นโครงคลาส พวกสร้างคลาสให้แล้วคนอื่นเอาไปเขียนต่อ ซึ่งมันจำเป็นต้องป้องกันบางอย่างที่อาจจะก่อให้เกิดบัก ตัวอย่างข้างล่างนี่เออเร่อ เพราะตรงบรรทัดที่ 12 มีการใส่ final ไว้หน้าฟังก์ชั่น getID นั่นหมายความว่า ห้ามใคร implement ฟังก์ชั่นนี้ใหม่ในคลาสลูก View the […]
  • Mon, 06 Nov 2017 01:00:58 +0000: OOP ซีรี่ย์ – Inheritance in PHP - PHP – select2web.com
    Inheritance หรือเรียกอย่างไทยๆว่าการสืบทอด การสืบทอดมันไม่ได้มีอะไรใกล้เคียงกับตั๊กแตนทอดหรือกล้วยทอด หรืออะไรอย่างอื่นที่ใช้น้ำมันเป็นส่วนประกอบกรรมวิธี พอกล่าวถึงเรื่องน้ำมัน ก็อยากจะบอกว่าน้ำมันปาล์มไว้ใช้ทอด น้ำมันถั่วเหลืองไว้ใช้ผัด ไปเรื่อย… การสืบทอดใน OOP นั้นจะคล้ายๆกับการก้อปปี้โค้ดเดิมแล้วเอามาเขียนโค้ดต่อเพิ่มเข้าไป ที่ผมใช้คำว่าคล้าย เพราะว่าการสืบทอดนั้นมันเจ๋งกว่าการก้อปปี้ สมมติว่าผมมีคลาสอยู่ตัวหนึ่ง ทำงานได้ดี View the code on Gist. คลาสตัวนี้เอาไปใช้ในโค้ดหลายๆที่ นานไปๆก็จำไม่ได้แล้วว่าเอาไปใช้ตรงไหนบ้าง แต่ไม่เป็นไรเพราะระบบยังใช้งานได้ดี วันหนึ่งเราอยากจะได้ฟังก์ชั่นสำหรับดึงค่า idcard ออกมา แต่มันก็ใช้อยู่ที่เดียวเท่านั้น ในโค้ดใหม่ ทางเลือกที่เรามีอยู่ตอนนี้ก็คือ ก้อปปี้คลาสนี้ทั้งคลาสเลยแล้วเปลี่ยนชื่อเสียใหม่แล้วเพิ่มโค้ด / หรือแก้คลาสเดิมเลยเพิ่มโค้ดใหม่เข้าไป 2 ทางเลือกที่ให้มาถ้าเป็นระบบจริงๆมีเสียวกันบ้าง เพราะการแก้โค้ดเดิม ไม่รู้ว่ามันจะไปกระทบกับของเก่าที่นำไปใช้บ้างหรือเปล่า หากคุณเขียนโค้ดแบบ functional นะ ไม่ใช้ class นะ ทางเลือกคุณมี 2 ทางนั้นแหละ แต่คลาสเขาออกแบบมาให้มันรองรับการสืบทอด เราเขียนคลาสใหม่สืบทอดจากคลาสเก่าแล้วเติมโค้ดใหม่เข้าไป ดอตอยอ ดูตัวอย่าง View the code on Gist. คลาส […]
  • Mon, 30 Oct 2017 01:00:07 +0000: OOP ซีรี่ย์ – Magic methods - PHP – select2web.com
    เมจิกเมธอด ชื่อมันก็บอกอยู่แล้วว่าเป็นเมธอดมหัศจรรย์ มหัศจรรย์ยังไง ก็มหัศจรรย์ว่ามันจะรันของมันอัตโนมัติ เมจิกเมธอดนี้จะมีอยู่ 2 เมธอด คือ __construct() : จะถูกเรียกอัตโนมัติเมื่อคลาสนั้นถูก new โดยปกติเขาจะไว้ใช้สำหรับเตรียมตัวแปรหรืออะไรเทือกๆนั้น __deconstruct() : จะถูกเรียกอัตโนมัติเมื่อโค้ดถูกรันหมดหน้า ปกติเขาจะไม่เขียนเมธอดนี้กัน เอ้าทำไม ก็เพราะว่าเขียนหรือไม่เขียนก็ค่าเท่ากัน PHP นั้นมันมีระบบที่เรียกว่า เรียกว่าเหี้ยอะไรสักอย่างนี่แหละ หน้าที่ของมันก็คือมันจะทำลายตัวแปรทั้งหมดทิ้งเมื่อรันโค้ดหมดหน้าและส่งไปแสดงผลแล้ว เพื่อไม่ให้เกิดอาการที่เขาเรียกว่าหน่วยความจำรั่ว หรือเรียกเอาเท่ว่า memory leak ตัวอย่างการเขียนจะเป็นแบบนี้ View the code on Gist. เมื่อมีการ new คลาส People ฟังก์ชั่น __construct() จะถูกรันอัตโนมัติ  

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  • Mon, 22 Jul 2019 07:08:10 +0000: How to make your website more trustworthy: best tools and practices - noupe
    Customers do not trust businesses. And why would they? There are reports of new security breaches on the news almost every day. And more commonly we’ve all experienced the terrible disappointment of opening up an order and not getting quite what we expected.  The research backs this up. According to Salesforce Research, 59% of customers...
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    Do you have a transport company and want to use AI techniques in your business to grow it?  Are you willing to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) in your logistics business? Here, in this blog, you will get answers to all such questions. Let’s start! The excitement around Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning continues to...
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    The e-commerce world is growing. These days, it is impossible for a business to survive without an online presence. Therefore, as part of your brand’s digital marketing strategy, every design element should serve its purpose.  Every element ? from usability to visuals ? is essential to the overall customer experience. Each has a significant impact...
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  • Mon, 22 Jul 2019 13:02:04 +0000: How to Quickly Change Themes For Google Slides (Download & Import) - Envato Tuts+ Tutorials

    A less-than-memorable presentation could be the result of using the wrong presentation theme. Use the right professional theme with great design layouts and your presentation is likely to be a hit. But with the wrong theme, you could leave your audience with a bad impression. 

    Change Google Theme
    Change the Google theme that's built into Google Slides with a premium theme like Deviant.

    If you use Google Slides to create presentations, there are plenty of professional Google Slides themes you can import. Making a great impression has never been easier.

    In this tutorial, I'll explain in detail why choosing a high-quality Google Slides import theme is so important. I'll also show you how to find and download professional Google Slides themes using either Envato Elements or the GraphicRiver marketplace—two terrific sources of premium themes. Finally, I'll explain how to quickly apply customization to the Google Slides theme you chose after importing it into your presentation. 

    Guide to Making Great Presentations (Free eBook Download)

    But, before you dive into this tutorial, be sure to download our free eBook: The Complete Guide to Making Great Presentations. It's packed with professional strategies to help you master the complete presentation process.

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    Why Presentation Theme Designs Are So Important

    You may have a great message for your presentation. You may have done tons of research. You may spend hours practicing. But unless you're careful about choosing your presentation theme design, all that hard work may not come across to your audience or best represent your brand.

    No matter what presentation software you use, the presentation theme you select and use is important. 

    Change Google Theme - Sparrow Theme from Elements
    A good Google Slides theme, like Sparrow (above), allows you to add your branding logo and colors.

    A good presentation theme helps you to:

    1. Draw the Viewer In. Like it or not, we're all affected by what we see. Colors, images, fonts, and shapes—they all make a difference. The right theme makes good use of all these design elements to engage the audience through a presentation. The best themes come with great layout options and plenty of striking graphic features.
    2. Shape the Reader's Opinion. The way your theme looks impacts the reader's impression of you. A well-designed, professional theme leaves your audience with a positive opinion of you and your message. A sloppy, unprofessional presentation design does the opposite.
    3. Allow for Branding. A good theme lets you add your unique branding elements to your presentation, such as your color scheme and logo. It also helps tie the presentation to your brand in your audience's mind. This is important for in-person presentations, as well as when distributing your presentations online.
    4. Save Time. The right theme saves you time. No longer do you have to spend hours trying to develop the right look on your own. A good theme will be attractive and come with plenty of unique slide designs. It'll also be easy to customize for your needs with quick to edit professional slide setup.
    5. Avoid Common Mistakes. There are many common design traps for those new to presentation design. Using too many fonts or the wrong colors for your presentation are just a few of the things that can go wrong. A professional theme helps you get it right.

    Browse through these posts for curated selections of the most popular Google Slides themes, with fresh, on-trend designs: 

    Best Google Slides Templates on Envato Elements (With Unlimited Use)

    One source where you'll find thousands of professionally designed Google Slides themes is Envato Elements. Here, you can download as many premium themes as you want for one low subscription. You'll get blown away by the variety and quality of the selections. But since you've got unlimited downloads, you don't have to limit yourself to only one theme. You can change Google theme for every presentation topic or audience.

    Templates Unlimited Use

    What's more, your unlimited downloads also include fonts, photos, icons, and other design and presentation elements you can use to make your presentation unique and effective. Want to add a video clip to your presentation? How about a soundtrack or sound effect? You get unlimited access to those in Elements, too—all for one low monthly fee. 

    Each premium Google Slides theme from Envato Elements is made for the non-professional designer. This means you can easily change the theme on Google Slides and customize it without needing special skills and software.

    How to Find & Download the Right Google Slides Theme

    If you use Google Slides for your presentation, the good news is that you don't have to look far to find a good presentation template. There are many resources available, including some from Envato's own Elements and GraphicRiver marketplace.

    In this section, we provide detailed steps on how to find and download a Google Slides theme for your needs.

    Step 1. Start at GraphicRiver or Envato Elements

    While there are many Google Slides templates available for download, our own GraphicRiver marketplace and Envato Elements are good places to start when looking for a professional theme.

    GraphicRiver has a premium selection of presentation templates available. Here are our best-selling Google Slides themes from GraphicRiver that are available for download one-at-a-time:

    Best Google Slides Themes for download on GraphicRiver
    Find the best Google Slide templates on GraphicRiver, available for download and import.

    Each thumbnail shown on the screen represents a different Google Slides presentation theme. To examine a theme more closely, click on a thumbnail. A screen appears showing more information about the Google Slides theme you clicked on:

    Google Slides Themes Learn more
    Use the scrollbar to see more information about a selected Google Slides theme.

    Use the scrollbar to the right of the screen to scroll through the information about the Google Slide theme. You'll get plenty of slide design examples of the theme, information about the theme author, and details of what's included inside the download.

    While we're using a theme from GraphicRiver in this tutorial, there are many advantages to using Envato Elements. Remember, you get unlimited downloads of Google Slides themes, design elements, and multimedia items at Elements. And so, it may be a better source of Google Slides themes for you.

    Step 2. Use Search to Look Through Google Slides Themes

    If you're having trouble finding the right presentation theme for you, use the search tool in the upper right corner to find a Google Slides theme more to your liking.

    Change Google Slide - Search for a Google Slides Theme
    Use the search tool to find a Google Slides theme.

    When you've typed in your search phrase, click the Search icon (it looks like a magnifying glass) in the upper right. In this example, we're searching for the phrase, "google slides design." You'll see a list of thumbnails that meet your search criteria.

    If you need to, use tools on the left to further narrow your search. Or, use the sort tools upper-right corner to change the order of your search results:

    Narrow Search
    You can narrow your search results with sort tools, categories, and tags.

    You can also start in the Google Slides category page to find the newest Google Slides themes or sort those that are the best-sellers.

    Step 3. Select and Download a Google Slides Theme

    Once you've found a Google Slides theme you'd like to download, click on the theme's thumbnail to open it:

    Select a Google Slides Theme
    Click on a theme's thumbnail to open it.

    Note: In this example, we're using the Swift Minimal Google Slides Template.

    Details about the selected theme display:

    Swift Minimal template Google Slides Themes
    Details for the Swift Minimal Google Slides template appear.

    In right sidebar, you'll see an Add to Cart button and a Buy Now button. Click the Add to Cart button to add the Google Slides theme to your cart and choose a license. Or, click the Buy Now button to go straight to check out with a Regular license (more on that below). 

    When you click Add to Cart, the Customize Your Selection dialog box appears:

    Customize Your Selection

    By default, you're purchasing a Regular license. Click Change details to switch to an Extended license. 

    About These Licenses

    A regular license allows for a single use of the theme for yourself or an end client. With a regular license, you're not allowed to charge the end user for the use of the theme. 

    An extended license also allows for a single use of the theme, but with an extended license you may also charge the end user for the theme and the end result may be sold. 

    Learn more about these licenses

    Go to Checkout

    Click the Go to Checkout button.

    If you're not already logged into your GraphicRiver account, you'll be prompted to log in or to create an account:

    Google Slides Themes Checkout
    Create an account or log in.

    Once you're logged into an account, enter your purchase information and complete the purchase. A confirmation screen displays:

    GraphicRiver Payment Confirmation
    You've just paid for the Google Slides theme.

    Click the Download button on the lower right to complete the transaction. A popup displays asking whether you wish to open or save your download. Select the toggle button next to the Save File option and click the OK button. Your Google Slides template ZIP file is downloaded onto your computer (most likely it'll be in your Downloads folder).

    You can't upload a ZIP file to your Google Slides presentation. So, you need to double-click on the downloaded ZIP file to open the contents. Use the Extract All option, or other a similar tool, to unzip the ZIP file.

    How to Modify the Google Slides Template to Create a New Presentation

    If you don't have an existing presentation, get a head start on creating a new Google Slides presentation by opening the downloaded template file and editing it. Here's how:

    Note: This example was created on a PC using the Windows operating system. For this example, I downloaded the Main - Swift Google Slides theme. If you use a different operating system or download a different Google Slides theme, your results may be slightly different.

    Step 1. Drag Google Slides Theme File to Google Drive

    After your template file is unzipped in your Downloads folder on your PC, drag the Main - Swift Google Slides folder to your Google Drive:

    Change Google Theme - Upload Google Slides Themes to Drive
    Upload Google Slides theme template files to Google Drive.

    A notification of the file upload appears in the lower right corner of the screen. Click the X in the upper right corner of the notification to close it.

    Step 2. Copy and Open the Template File

    Double-click the Main - SWIFT Google Slides folder to open it. Double-click the Presentations subfolder. You'll see three presentations themes in PowerPoint PPTX format (these will convert to Google Slides format when opened). The screen should look something like this:

    Change Google Theme - Files
    Google Slides presentation themes.

    Before you begin changing the default theme, copy it first. Right-click on the template you want to use, then select Make a copy.

    Change Google Theme - Copy Google Slides Theme
    Copy the theme before editing it so you retain the original file.

    This creates a copy of the presentation without overwriting the original theme. This could be important if you decide to start over and return to the original theme.

    Double-click the copy of the theme you wish to open. The file displays but doesn't open. Choose the Open with Google Slides option from the center of the screen. The selected theme opens with the default text:

    Change Google Theme - Open theme in Google Slides
    Your selected Google Slides theme is open with default text.

    Step 3. Edit the Google Slides Theme

    Type the title of the new presentation in the upper left corner. To replace the existing text in the presentation, highlight it and type over it. Your presentation should look something like this:

    Change Google Theme - Rename Google Slides Presentation
    Rename the presentation and type over the default text.

    Click the plus symbol (+) at the left of the icon menu to add new slides as needed. Continue editing and modifying the presentation. You can change the fonts, colors, and make other formatting changes just as you would for any other presentation.

    For more guidance on formatting a presentation, refer to the following Envato Tuts+ tutorial:

    How to Change a Google Slides Theme for an Existing Presentation

    Now that you've found a presentation theme that you wish to use, you're ready to apply it to an existing Google Slides presentation. Let's get started: 

    Step 1. Open a Presentation

    Go to your Google Drive and open an existing presentation in Google Slides. Here's an existing presentation:

    Change Google Theme - Existing Google Slides Presentation
    An existing Google Slides presentation

    You can change the theme for several of the slides in the presentation or for all of the slides in the presentation.

    Select the slides you wish to apply the new Google Slides theme to by clicking on them in the panel on the left. To select more than one slide, hold the SHIFT key while selecting consecutive slides, or the CTRL key to select slides that are apart from each other.

    Note: To keep your presentation uniform, I suggest that you apply the same theme to all the slides in your presentation.

    Step 2. Change the Theme

    With your presentation open and the slides you wish to change selected, click Slide > Change theme. A side panel appears to the right of your presentation showing all the currently available themes:

    Change Google Theme in Google Slides
    You can change the theme of one slide or of several slides.

    At the bottom of the side panel, click the Import theme option. The Import Theme dialog box displays:

    Change Google Theme - Import Theme dialog box
    Click Select a file from your computer.

    To upload the theme from your computer, click the Upload option at the top of the dialog box, then click Select a file from your computer. If you're on a PC, File Explorer opens.

    Go to the folder where downloaded template files are stored. Most likely, this will be your Downloads folder.

    Open the Main - SWIFT Google Slides folder, which contains a Presentations subfolder. Double-click the Presentations folder to open it. The contents of the subfolder are visible:

    Change Google Theme - Google Slides SWIFT Theme Contents
    Select one of the available themes and click Open.

    Click on the template file of your choice and click the Open button. The new theme is uploaded:

    Change Google Theme - Google Slides Theme Uploading
    The new theme is uploaded.

    Another Import Theme dialog box displays:

    Change Google Theme - Import Theme dialog box
    Click the thumbnail and click the Import theme button.

    Click on the Default Theme thumbnail and click the Import theme button in the lower right corner of the dialog box. The new theme is automatically applied to your presentation:

    Change Google Theme - New Google Slides theme applied
    The selected theme is applied to your existing presentation.

    Note: Swift is a minimal style theme design, so the change here is subtle. Once you apply it to multiple slides in your presentation though, you'll notice a more dramatic style transformation with your entire presentation. 

    Step 3. Make Adjustments

    Notice that some formatting remains from your original presentation. For example, the border around the title and the white color on the font on the first slide remain the same. To get the full effect of your new theme, you may wish to change some of your original formatting.

    For example, to make sure white text is visible against a white background, you may need to adjust the text color. Likewise, you need to make sure that black text is visible against a black background. Adjust the text color by highlighting the text and using the Format > Text color option. 

    Text color is just one of many adjustments and edits you can make to your presentation after the new theme is applied. You can make other adjustments to the presentation as well.

    Learn How to Make Great Presentations (Free eBook Download)

    Take the tips you learned in this tutorial further with our eBook: The Complete Guide to Making Great PresentationsGrab it now for FREE with a subscription to the Tuts+ Business newsletter

    It'll help walk you through the complete presentation process. Learn how to write your presentation, design it like a pro, and prepare it to present powerfully.

    Making Great Presentations Free Guide Download

    Change to a Better Google Theme Today

    The theme you use for your presentation is important. A professional presentation theme can help you to make the right impression. You've just learned how to change Google themes by importing one into your Google Slides presentation. 

    You can find lots of professional Google Slides themes at either Envato Elements or GraphicRiver

    Downloading a Google Slides theme and applying it to your presentation isn't difficult. And the right Google Slides theme can make all the difference when it comes to the impression you make on your audience.

    Editorial Note: This post was originally published in 2017. It's been comprehensively revised to make current, accurate, and up-to-date by our staff—with special assistance from Lexi Rodrigo.

  • Mon, 22 Jul 2019 12:55:30 +0000: Project Management With monday.com: A 101 Introduction - Envato Tuts+ Tutorials

    If you’re just getting started, project management is like learning to drive a car. 

    You have to keep your eye on different things all at once... coordinate different parts of your body... and somehow communicate with other drivers on the road, who are all struggling to do the same thing.

    Driving coordination
    Project management (like driving) requires attention, coordination, and communication. (source)

    Similarly, project management requires you to keep your eye on tasks, schedules, budgets, and people all at the same time. Everyone on the team must coordinate and communicate with each other.

    And just like in driving, the stakes are high in project management. It can mean the difference between failing or succeeding in meeting your goals... how productive, motivated, and engaged you and your team members are... even how much stress you all experience.

    It doesn’t matter if you’re a one-person team or the leader of several teams. Your ability to produce deliverables within deadlines and given the resources available is critical.

    Tools like monday.com can ease the load. 

    What youll be creating in this tutorial
    What you'll be creating in this tutorial.

    With a visual dashboard of your project, you can delegate tasks, monitor progress, and be alerted of potential problems before they turn into crises. 

    You also have a central hub to communicate and collaborate with your team members.

    Read on to learn the main steps of project management and how you can become an exceptional project manager with monday.com. 

    How to Do Project Management with monday.com, Step-by-Step

    In the rest of this article, we’ll pretend that I'm the head of a content team composed of a writer, a designer, and myself. Our project involves producing a whitepaper on collaboration and publishing it on the company website as a lead-generation offer.

    Here’s how to manage this project using monday.com:

    1. Create a Project Management Dashboard

    Begin by creating a project management dashboard or a place where you’ll record and keep track of the various elements of the project. In monday.com, this is known as a board. Similar to a car’s dashboard, the board gives you an at-a-glance view of the project and alerts you to potential problems.

    Create a New Board

    On the left sidebar, click the + sign beside Boards.

    Choose a Board Template

    You can create a board from scratch, use a template, or import a template. Using a template is the easiest way to get started.

    Select Choose from a template.

    Mondaycom Project Management - New Board

    Click See More Templates to view the templates available to you. 

    Scroll down through the list to preview each template. Select the one that shows most of the elements you want to track. It doesn’t have to be perfect; you’ll be customizing the board later.

    When you find a template you like, click Use.

    Mondaycom Project Management - Board Templates

    The Create board dialog opens.

    Select the Board Visibility Setting

    Type a name for the board, then choose a visibility setting and click Create Board.

    Create Board dialog box

    monday.com has three visibility settings:

    1. Main. A main board is visible to anyone who is a team member in your monday.com account.
    2. Private. A private board is visible only to you, as the board creator, and other monday.com users you invite to the board. You can make a board private only to you while you’re building it out and then change its visibility setting, or share it with team members, when you’re done.
    3. Shareable. A shareable board can be shared with people outside your team or company (for example, clients, interns, or freelancers).

    The new board appears.

    Mondaycom Project Management - New Board

    It's easy to make your way around a board:

    • Click on an item to type text, replace the text, or edit its settings.
    • Drag-and-drop objects to move them around the board.
    • Don't know what an icon is for? Hover over it and a tooltip appears.

    2. Break Down the Project Into Tasks

    Add Tasks 

    Break the project down into the specific tasks that need to be completed. Type each task as a separate line on the board.

    Project Management - Tasks

    By default, any board template you choose will already contain line items under several headings or groups. For now, type your tasks under the first group, in any order, as each task comes to mind. You can change the order of the items later on.

    Organize Tasks Into Groups

    When you’re done listing all the tasks under the project, organize them into groups.

    Project Management with Mondaycom - Organize Tasks

    You can group tasks in several ways. You can group them by week, by project phase, or by any other category you wish to use. This is your project, your board, and you get to decide how to organize it.

    Once the project tasks have been listed and organized into groups, you’re ready to build the rest of your project board.

    3. Add the Elements You Want to Track

    For the next step, think of the project elements you want to document and track. Each element will be a column on the board.

    Delete Unwanted Columns

    Go over the board and delete any columns you won’t be using. To delete a column, hover over the column header and click the drop-down arrow. Then click Delete Column.

    Delete column to remove unwanted columns

    Create New Columns

    Create a column for each project element or detail you want to see. 

    To create a column, go to the right-most side of the board and click the + sign. Then choose a column type from the drop-down menu.

    Mondaycom Project Management - Column Types

    The basic column types are:

    • Status. Can be used to visually track the progress of tasks, set task priority, or place each task in a category
    • Text. Add any type of text such as a phone number, address, or comment.
    • People. Assigns each item to a specific person
    • Timeline. Identifies the duration of a task by specifying the start and end dates and enables you to have a Gantt chart-like view of the project
    • Date. Sets due dates for tasks and provides notifications of due dates
    • Tags. Associates each task with a keyword with the use of hashtags
    • Numbers. For any type of number, such as item cost, quantity, number of hours, etc.

    To track deadlines, make sure you create a Date column, if the template you picked doesn't have one yet.

    If you want to track an element that isn’t captured by any of these column types, click More columns. This brings you to the Column Center, where you can see even more column types, such as ratings, time tracking, world clock, and many more.

    Set Up Column Details

    At any point, you can change the column settings. Click on the downward arrow in the column header to display the options available to you.

    Project Management with mondaycom - Column Settings

    To change the order of the columns, click and hold a column header, then drag it into place.

    This is also the time to customize the status column. Click on any Status column cell, then add, delete, change the label, or change the color of a status. Drag-and-drop status labels to change the order in which they appear.

    Project Management - Task Status on Mondaycom

    When you’re done, click Apply. The changes you make apply to all the Status cells in that column.

    4. Set Deadlines and Create Timelines

    Now it's time to set deadlines for each task. Click on the date cell then select the due date. Click on the Add time toggle to add a specific time when the task is due.

    Project Management - Deadlines

    5. Delegate Tasks

    With the board items and columns built, it’s time to assign the tasks to team members. We leave this for last, because every time you assign a task, the person receives a notification with a link to the board. And so, you want to make sure the board is ready before sharing it.

    Add Team Members to the Board 

    To add team members to the board, click on the people icon at the top of the board. 

    Mondaycom Project Management - Add People to Board

    Type a person’s name or choose an entire team.

    Mondaycom Project Management - Add People to Board by Name

    Note: To appear on the People list, a person must already be in your monday.com account. If you want to share the board with someone who isn’t in your account yet, click Invite a new team member by email. Then, type their email address and click Invite.

    Mondaycom Project Management - Add People to Board by Email

    Reminder: If you want to share the board with people outside of your company or organization, make sure the board’s visibility is set to Shareable.

    Assign Each Task

    Click on a People column cell, then choose from the list of people that appears.

    Project Management with Mondaycom - Assign a Task

    You can also assign the task to a person who isn't on the board yet, by sending them an email invite through the dialog box. To do so, click Invite a new team member by email.

    6. Update and Track Progress

    Now you and your team members are ready to use the board to manage the project!

    Update the Status of a Task

    Your project management dashboard is helpful only if it accurately reflects the status of each task. To update the task status, click on a status cell. Select a status from the options.

    Project Management - Update Item Status on Mondaycom

    Track and Monitor Tasks on the Board

    Your project board lets you track the progress of a project at a glance. With the color-coded status cells, you can easily see which activities are completed, which are on-track, and which deadlines have been missed.

    You can also hover over the cell beside a status to get more details, such as how much time is left before the task’s deadline. The timeline cell indicates how much time remains on each task.

    Project Management on Mondaycom - At-a-glance Status

    Generate Reports

    You can see reports in several ways. For example, type a team member's name in the Search/Filter Board bar to see how they're doing on the tasks assigned to them:

    Project Management - Team Member Progress on Mondaycom

    Or, you can use different filters to see exactly the information you want. Save your favorite filters as a view, so you can easily access it later on. Click Filter and select one or more filters. Now click Save as new view.

    Mondaycom Project Management - Filters

    To switch to a save view, click the downward arrow beside Main Table, then select a view from the drop-down list:

    Mondaycom Project Management - Switch to Saved Views

    7. Communicate With Team Members

    If you’re concerned about a particular task, you can easily communicate with the person assigned to the task.

    Click the speech bubble beside the task name and type your message in the dialog box that slides in. Now, click Update

    Mondaycom Project Management - Task Update

    Note: You can use text formatting in your updates, as well as include hyperlinks and even a checklist.

    A number appears beside the speech bubble to show how many updates have been added to the task.

    Mondaycom Task Updates - Project Management

    Make sure to @mention a specific person so that they’ll get notified about the update you posted. When that person logs into monday.com, the update appears on their bell notifications.

    Mondaycom Bell Notification

    They will also get email and desktop notifications, if they’ve enabled these on their monday.com profile settings.

    8. Share Files

    Another way to facilitate project management is by using monday.com to share files with your team. Shared files are associated with a specific task or line item. No more back-and-forth emailing of files!

    To share a file, click the speech bubble beside a task and then click Add Files to find the file in your computer. When you find the file, click Open.

    Mondaycom - Share Files

    The files you uploaded appear in the Files List.

    Mondaycom Files List in Updates

    Files can also be found through Search Everything.

    Mondaycom Search Everything

    Tip: As the name implies, you can use Search Everything to find, well, everything in your monday.com account.

    9. Close the Project

    Once a project is complete, you can close it by archiving the board. To archive a board, click on the ellipsis and select Archive This Board.

    Mondaycom Project Management - Archive a Board

    You can still view archived projects by going to Search Everything and clicking Archived Boards.

    Tips for Project Management on monday.com

    1. Get Everyone “On Board”

    Make sure everyone involved in the project is added to the project board. Remember, even people outside of your organization or company can be added to a board by making it a Shareable board. 

    And then, make sure everyone uses the project board on monday.com for their updates, notes, and file sharing. To ensure that team members have the appropriate permissions to update the status of their tasks, go to Board Permissions.

    Mondaycom Board Permissions

    There are several permissions to choose from:

    • Edit Everything allows everyone subscribed to the board to change the content and structure of the board, create new items, edit column names, change statuses, and create item updates.  
    • Edit Content allows non-board owners to add items, change statuses and cells, and create item updates. However, they do not have permission to edit group and column titles and to rearrange the structure of the board. This permission works well for board users who are external to your organization.
    • View Only allows non-board owners to view the board's contents and write updates.
    • Edit rows assigned to them in the Owner column allows anyone non-board owners to only edit the content of the items assigned to them. They can, however, communicate by posting updates on any item on the board. 

    This article has detailed explanations of board permissions. By keeping all project-related information in one central location, you streamline communication, save time, and improve collaboration.

    2. Customize Your Home Dashboard

    Your Home Dashboard can also provide an at-a-glance preview of your projects. 

    By default, the Weekly Tasks widget shows items you own. Add other team members to this widget to see tasks assigned to them as well. To do so, click the gear icon in the upper-right corner of the Weekly Tasks widget and choose the name of a team member from the list. Click Done

    Mondaycom Weekly Tasks Widget

    Explore and add other widgets to your dashboard to help you keep track of your projects. In the Home Dashboard, click Add Widget > More to see all the widgets available. 

    Mondaycom Dashboard Widgets

    The widgets under the Staying on Top category are particularly useful for project management. 

    Your monday.com Dashboard is a powerful organization and productivity tool that deserves its own post. Read more about it here.

    3. Integrate the Board With Your Calendar

    If you use a digital calendar, integrate it with your project board. Click the downward arrow in a date or timeline column. Select Column SettingsSync.

    Mondaycom - External Calendar Sync

    Follow the rest of the instructions, depending on which calendar you wish to sync with. monday.com has direct integration with Google Calendar. You can also integrate other calendars, such as Microsoft Outlook, iCal, and others by using the column’s webcal URL.

    Manage Projects Better With monday.com

    As you’ve seen, monday.com provides robust features for project management. You can create and assign tasks, set and monitor deadlines, track the progress of projects, communicate with team members, and share files—all in one organized, central location.

    Given all these features, it’s hard for even the tiniest details to fall through the cracks. You and your team members can stay on top of your areas of responsibility.

    Of course, the best way to determine if monday.com is the project management tool for you is by testing it in real life. Create a monday.com trial account. It’s easy, it’s free, and it doesn’t require a credit card.

  • Mon, 22 Jul 2019 12:40:05 +0000: 25+ Professional Business Card Designs (2019 Best Ideas & Examples) - Envato Tuts+ Tutorials

    Handing a potential client your business card is a great way help them remember you after an initial meeting. A well-designed business card communicates what your company stands for and helps reinforce a sense of professionalism that increases your credibility.

    Professional Business Card Template on Envato Elements
    Professional Business Card Template on Envato Elements

    If you need to create professional high-quality business cards, but don’t know where to begin, this article is for you. It explains the characteristics of the best business card designs, shares the best professional business card template designs on Envato Elements and shows you how to create your very own eye-catching business cards with the help of the Placeit Professional Business Card Maker

    5 Characteristics of Professional Business Card Design

    When it comes to business card design the first thing to remember is that professional doesn’t mean complicated. Actually, quite the opposite. Professional business card design is all about simplicity. Admittedly simplicity is often hard to get right, so to begin with we’ll outline the key characteristics of the best professional business card designs that you need to look out for.

    Modern Business Card Maker for Fashion Designers
    Modern Business Card Maker for Fashion Designers

    1. Logo Design

    Before you begin the process of creating your business card, you need to have a business logo. That’s because your business card needs to reflect your company’s brand identity and a logo is a key part of that identity.  If you don’t yet have a logo, the two articles below will help you get started with creating one.

    2. Colour

    As is the case with a logo, the colours you use in your business card should reflect your company’s brand identity. If you haven’t yet worked out a colour scheme for your brand and want to know more, the article below will help you understand how to work with colour to create a logo and a brand identity.

    3. Orientation

    Now there’s the matter of your business card’s shape. The best business cards are generally rectangles and use either a landscape or a portrait orientation, but they can also come in various other shapes like circles, ovals, squares and organic shapes. Of course, the shape and consequently the layout you use for your business card should match your brand message. 

    4. Card Stock

    The next thing you need to decide on is the type of material you want your card printed on. Professional business cards are often printed on 14- or 16-point card stock on glossy, matte or pearl surfaces. Glossy surfaces tend to make colours pop, which pearl and matte surfaces can look more sophisticated. To decide on a finish, consider what works for the overall design of the card and your brand identity. 

    5. Business Information

    The final thing to consider is the information you add to your card. Resist the impulse to use up every available space on your card. Include only the most relevant information like your name, name and address of your company, telephone number, e-mail address, website, your most used social media platform and/or maybe your company’s tagline. 

    How to Create the Best Business Card Designs

    Now let’s look at the steps involved in creating very professional business cards.

    Coffee Club Business Card Creator
    Coffee Club Business Card Creator

    1. Choose Your Card Shape and Size

    Though professional business card designs come in circles, ovals, squares, and various customised shapes, most are rectangular with either a landscape or a portrait orientation. In addition, depending on the part of the world you’re living in their standard size can vary ever so slightly. Always choose a shape and size that matches your company's brand message.

    Business Cards for Professionals on Envato Elements
    Business Cards for Professionals on Envato Elements

    2. Add Your Logo and/or Other Graphics

    Next you need to add your logo and/or any other graphics associated with your brand. 

    3. Add Text

    Next add the essential information that allows your business prospects to get in touch with you as mentioned above. 

    Bakery - Minimalist Business Card Template
    Bakery - Minimalist Business Card Template on Envato Elements

    4. Add Brand Colours and Typography

    Don’t forget to use your company’s colour scheme to select professional colours for business cards. Same goes for the fonts you use. Apply your company’s typography guidelines to select the most professional font for your business card. 

    5. Finalise Your Design

    Once you’ve completed your design, evaluate your work to make sure that everything works well together, that the text is legible, and spelling is all correct. Later on, we’ll show you how to create the best business cards online using the Placeit Business Card Maker.

    Corporate Business Card for Professionals on Envato Elements
    Corporate Business Card for Professionals on Envato Elements

    In the next section, we share 25 business cards for professionals from Envato Elements and Placeit as examples. So, if you're looking for business cards for professionals for any industry or role, you're bound to find just the design you're looking for in this list. 

    The Best Professional Business Card Design Ideas for 2019

    If you know your way around Adobe Photoshop and/or Illustrator, Envato Elements a great site for the best professional business card designs. You can find hundreds of best professional business card templates on Envato Elements, with a great offer: download as many as you want for one low price

    Envato Elements Business Cards
    Envato Elements Business Cards

    These professional business card design ideas come in EPS, AI and PSD file formats, and once you've downloaded a template, you can easily adapt it to a wide range of business purposes. 

    5 Professional Business Cards Inspiration From Envato Elements

    Grab one of these cool, creative and professional business card design ideas, customize it to fit your chosen business colours and you’re ready to go out and market your new professional business!

    Here are five best professional business card templates from Envato Elements to inspire your company business card design.

    1. Modern Polygonal Business Cards For Professionals 

    Modern Polygonal Professional Business Card Template

    Modern Polygonal Business Cards For Professionals can be used for any professional organization. Unlike many business cards free designs, these premium designs help you stand out from the crowd and get noticed.

    2. Dark Minimalist Business Card Template

    Dark Minimalist Business Card Template

    This Dark Minimalist Business Card Template has a simple and minimal professional design that goes straight to the point. This premium template is easy to edit, just add your company logo, contact details, change the colours to your corporate colours and you're ready to print. Set yourself apart from your competitors by not downloading business cards free of charge online.

    3. Modern Logo Professional Business Card

    Modern Logo Professional Business Card

    This design template is clean and makes use of three colours only. Even with the minimal colour choice, the business card doesn't fail to impress. Just replace text placeholders with your own text, adjust colours and you’ll have very professional business cards ready to print.

    4. Polka - Professional Business Card 

    Polka - Professional Business Card

    Polka is a unique, creative and professional business card design template. It's suitable for corporate businesses, agencies, retails, photographers, artists, designers, and even freelancers. Business cards free of charge out there fall short in comparison to a premium template design like this. 

    5. Geometric - Black Business Card

    Geometric - Black Business Card

    This is a modern concept business card with a unique layout that makes your business card look professional. Don't waste your time trying to look for suitable business cards free of charge. This premium design template is fully editable with Adobe Illustrator and you can easily change colours and fonts to match your branding. 

    Envato Elements (Design Without Limits)

    Envato Elements - Unlimited Modern Templates for Business Cards
    Envato Elements - Unlimited Modern Templates for Business Cards

    Envato Elements has a single compelling (all inclusive) offer:

    Sign up for Envato Elements and you get access to thousands of unlimited use graphics and templates (with unlimited use). Get great web themes, professional business card templates, and more—all for one low price

    Get unlimited downloads from a massive digital warehouse of creative assets
    Get unlimited downloads from a massive digital warehouse of creative assets. 

    That’s right! Download as many professional templates and graphics as you want, then customize them to fit any of your project needs.

    While Envato Elements is a powerful option, if you prefer to design business cards using an online logo creator (instead of using popular tools like Adobe Illustrator and InDesign), check out the selection of professional business cards from our Placeit Business Card maker below.

    Inspiration: 20+ Professional Business Card Design Ideas & Examples

    Now that you know what goes into creating the best business cards, it’s time to look at some professional business cards examples. 

    1. Business Card Maker for an Artisanal Beer

    Business Card Maker for an Artisinal Beer
    Business Card Maker for an Artisanal Beer

    This bold and bright business card is a great professional business cards example. With its eye-catching graphic and clean modern fonts, it's the kind of card that makes a brand stand above the pack.

    2. Wedding Planner Business Card Maker

    Wedding Planner Business Card Maker
    Wedding Planner Business Card Maker

    This gorgeous business card template is perfect for wedding or event planners. Choose from any number of beautiful banners, frames and hand drawn water colour graphics to make the template your own. 

    3. Accountant Business Card Maker

    Accountant Business Card Maker
    Accountant Business Card Maker

    One of the best business card designs for 2019, this card is perfect for the discerning accountant looking for a clean minimalist business card template. Just add your business details and brand colours and your card is ready to print. 

    4. Furniture Business Card Maker

    Furniture Business Card Maker
    Furniture Business Card Maker

    Customise this terrific business card for interior designer or furniture sellers by uploading gorgeous photo examples of your work. Then add your business details, font style and brand colours and you'll have professional high-quality business cards that reflects your brand in a matter of minutes. 

    5. Beautician Business Card Maker

    Beautician Business Card Template

    Another professional business card design that you can customise by adding your own images, this template was created for those working in beauty and fashion but will also work well for any number of other professions.

    6. Business Card Template for Film Production Companies

    Business Card Template for Film Production Companies
    Business Card Template for Film Production Companies

    As we've already mentioned out the main point of a business card is generally to provide prospects with your contact information, but sometimes you can want a business card that makes a bold statement solely for the purpose of building brand awareness. This card is one such example of this. It uses a striking logo in bright red coupled with the name of the firm in a bold font against a background which allow both to stand out. Very effective professional business cards example.

    7. Dermatologist Business Card for Skin Card Businesses

    Dermatologist Business Card for Skin Card Businesses
    Dermatologist Business Card for Skin Card Businesses

    Are you looking for a sophisticated business card for your skin care, beauty or cosmetic business? Look no further than this beautiful card that offers several options for customisation. First you can create professional business card background by choosing a background image to overlay your brand colours. Then add your logo and select your font to complete your design.

    8. Online Business Card Maker Black and White Theme

    Online Business Card Maker Black and White Theme
    Online Business Card Maker Black and White Theme

    Create a card you can hand out to clients that reflects your talent and professionalism when you choose this awesome template. There are loads of terrific graphics, badges and fonts to choose from so you can create a template that's just right for your needs. 

    9. Business Card Maker for Painting Services

    Business Card Maker for Painting Services
    Business Card Maker for Painting Services

    A great card for your painting services business, this template offers a choice of gorgeous textured backgrounds, combined with wonderful graphics of various tools of the painting trade. Choose the graphic that best suits your business add your text and colours and your card is ready in minutes. 

    10. Vertical Business Card Maker for Tour Guides

    Vertical Business Card Maker for Tour Guides
    Vertical Business Card Maker for Tour Guides

    Entice potential clients to use your services with this awesome travel inspired business card. Select one of the eye-catching photos on offer for your background or upload your own. Then all you need to do is add your business information and brand font and colours and you've got one amazing card you can be proud.

    11. Online Business Card Maker for Gentlemen Barber Shop

    Online Business Card Maker for Gentlemen Barber Shop
    Online Business Card Maker for Gentlemen Barber Shop

    Looking for professional business card design ideas for your barber shop business card? Check out this cool template with its abstract background, bold text, and wonderful motif of a moustache. If you love the design but the motif doesn't work for you, don't worry—you can always swap it out for another. 

    12. Business Card Template for Photography Studio

    Business Card Template for Photography Studio
    Business Card Template for Photography Studio

    If you’re a photographer in the market for the best business card designs for 2019, this template may just be the thing for you. It features a wonderful selection of camera graphics, frames and background textures, as well as clean and bold fonts. 

    13. Personal Trainer Business Card Maker

    Personal Trainer Business Card Maker
    Personal Trainer Business Card Maker

    Personal trainers will love this simple, but very professional business card that offers loads of great fitness related graphics combined with bold fonts and colours. 

    14. Removalist Business Card Template With Truck Graphics

    Removalist Business Card Template With Truck Graphics
    Removalist Business Card Template With Truck Graphics

    What could be more appropriate for those in the moving business than a card with a cool graphic of a moving truck? This terrific business card design can be modified in a number of ways to reflect your specific business.  

    15. Business Card Template for Catering Businesses

    Business Card Template for Catering Businesses
    Business Card Template for Catering Businesses

    This business card for chefs is a great professional business cards example of a design that communicates what you do without the person who is receiving the card even having to read your title. With its motifs of kitchen utensils that form the background of the card, combined with kitchen knives used as a central logo and motif this is a card that speaks volumes.

    16. Spa Business Card Maker

    Spa Dermatologist Business Card Maker
    Spa Business Card Maker

    Just the thing you need for your Spa business, this card offers a selection of eye-catching cursive fonts, subtle backgrounds and a clean minimalist layout. 

    17. Business Card Template for Plumbers

    Business Card Template for Plumbers
    Business Card Template for Plumbers

    Plumbers will appreciate the gorgeous artwork on offer with this very professional business card.  Add your details, adjust the colours and font, and you're ready to go. 

    18. Bakery Business Card Maker with Pastry Images

    Bakery Business Card Maker with Pastry Images
    Bakery Business Card Maker with Pastry Images

    If you run a bakery or pastry shop, you know how important professional business cards are to your business. Well this is one that would make any, best business card designs for 2019 list. Try out this wonderful card by adding your own details, uploading your own image, and selecting appropriate fonts and colours for your brand. 

    19. Business Card Maker for Tattoo Parlor with Illustrations

    Business Card Maker for Tattoo Parlor with Illustrations
    Business Card Maker for Tattoo Parlor with Illustrations

    This minimalist business card template is designed specifically for tattoo businesses. Of course, they're not the only business who will love the simplicity and this card. So, feel free to adapt it to your needs no matter what industry you're in. 

    20. eCommerce Recruiter Business Card Template

    eCommerce Recruiter Business Card Template
    eCommerce Recruiter Business Card Template

    This elegant business card is designed for human resources professionals who need a card that'll stand out from the rest. With the ability to include your own photo, you can rest assured that when you hand out your card at conferences, business meetings, and recruitment drives, no one will forget who you are. 

    How to Make Professional Business Cards at Home Quickly (Online)

    Once you’ve decided on the most professional business card design for your company, you’ll need to customise your design to truly make it your own. Here's how you can create best business cards online using the Placeit Business Card Maker

    1. Add Your Business Details and Select a Font

    Start with the controls on the left. Add your business details and select the most professional font for your business card. 

    Select a Font

    2. Upload Your Logo

    Moving to the controls on the right and upload your logo or if you won’t be using a logo on your card, select a graphic from those offered that best represents your brand. 

    Upload your logo

    3. Select Colours That Match Your Brand

    Using the controls on both the left and the right, to change the colour of the business card background, as well as the colour of the fonts and other aspects of professional business card design to match your brand. 

    Select colours that match your brand

    4. Resize and Adjust the Elements in Your Design as Needed

    If you’re not happy with the changes you’ve made, you can reset the layout to return the design to its original layout.

    Resize and move the elements in your business card design around to see what works best

    5. Download Your New Business Card and Send It Off to the Printers

    Download your new business card and send it off to the printers

    You can learn more about creating a business card in our tutorials:

    Create the Best Business Cards Online Today

    That’s it for our list of over 25 professional high quality business cards from Placeit and Envato Elements.  

    These are just a few professional business card samples from hundreds of the best business card designs available, so if you haven’t found one here that quite fits your needs, there are plenty of other great options to choose from. 

    Check them out and let us know in the comments below if you’ve found the perfect business card for your company and which it is. We’d love to hear from you.

    Editorial Note: Our staff updates this post regularly—adding new and best professional business card templates and designs.

  • Mon, 22 Jul 2019 08:00:00 +0000: How to Create an Instagram Post Template in Photoshop - Envato Tuts+ Tutorials
    Final product image
    What You'll Be Creating

    Today we will be taking a quick look at how to create an Instagram post template in Adobe Photoshop!

    Whether it's for a hot sale your site is having, you're announcing a huge giveaway or maybe you just want to wish your followers a happy holiday, having a blank Instagram post template that's ready to be filled in and customized with only a few clicks is a must for any booming Instagram account! 

    Today we will be recreating an Instagram template that can be found on Placeit!

    Follow along with us over on our Envato Tuts+ YouTube channel:

    What You Will Need

    You will need the following resources to follow along with this tutorial:

    Find more resources on Envato Elements and Placeit!

    1. What Are Instagram's Post Size Dimensions?

    Step 1

    Create a New Document in 1080 x 1080 pixels at 72 DPI/Resolution. That is the optimal size for an Instagram post; however, if your image is larger, that will work as well! 

    Just make sure your canvas is a 1:1 (Square) ratio! Otherwise, Instagram will crop your post.

    Step 2

    Drop and center your promo or subject image onto the middle of the canvas.

    drop main subject

    2. How to Create Borders in Photoshop 

    Step 1

    Select the Rectangle Tool, setting the top toolbar's settings to what you see below. 

    Rectangle Tool Settings

    • Shape
    • Fill: None
    • Stroke: White 5px Solid 
    • Height: 988 px (may vary)
    • Width: 988 px (may vary)

    Step 2

    Create your square border and move it to the middle of the canvas. Make sure there is an equal amount of space on all four sides. 

    add border

    Step 3

    Select the Line Tool, once again setting the top toolbar's settings to what you see below. 

    Line Tool Settings

    • Shape
    • Fill: White
    • Stroke: None
    • Weight: 5 px

    Step 4

    Using the Line Tool, create a horizontal 75 px line. 

    Create a second vertical line, connecting the two lines to make a corner-line shape. 

    Move the corner shape 10 px from the edge of the white border. 

    Group the two lines. 

    add corner

    Step 5

    Duplicate the corner group.

    Align the two corners so that the new duplicated group is inside the original.

    Shorten both the duplicated lines, located inside of the duplicated group, from 75 px to 25 px to create a shorter corner shape.

    Move the duplicated group 10 px from the original corner group. 

    double corner

    Step 6

    Group both corner shapes into a new group. 

    Duplicate the new group four times, placing the groups around the four corners of the border.

    Use Right-Click > Flip Horizontal and Flip Vertical to flip the corner shapes. 

    duplicate corners

    3. How to Create an Editable Instagram Post Template

    Step 1

    Create a New Layer above your subject/promo image, but below your border groups. 

    Select the Rectangle Toolsetting the top toolbar's settings to what you see below. 

    Rectangle Tool Settings

    • Shape 
    • Fill: Dark Blue #003f46
    • Stroke: None 
    • Width: 988 px (may vary)
    • Height: 269 px (may vary)

    Place the dark blue rectangle at the bottom of your border.

    add blue rectangle

    Step 2

    Create a second rectangle with the Rectangle Tool. 

    Rectangle Tool Settings

    • Shape 
    • Fill: Orange #ed6726
    • Stroke: None 
    • Width: 987 px (may vary)
    • Height: 62 px (may vary)

    Clip the orange rectangle into the dark blue rectangle, bringing the orange rectangle down to the bottom edge of the blue rectangle. 

    add orange rectangle

    Step 3

    Using the Butler Font, type what you want your viewer to see first. In this case, it's "Flash Sale!"

    Make the font centered towards the top of the dark blue rectangle and very large! I've set my text to white and 86.7 pt.

    add main  text

    Step 4

    Next, place your secondary information right below your first line of information. In this case, it's "15% off all tops and hats".

    I used the font Georgia at a size of 53.42 pt. 

    add secondary text

    Step 5

    Finally, add your least important information. By least important, I mean least eye-catching! In this case, we want to catch them with "Sale!" then tell them what the sale is and then finally give them the code for the sale. In this case, it's "Code: Summertime."

    I placed the font right in the middle of the orange rectangle using the same Georgia font at a size of 39.35 pt

    add bottom text

    We've Done It!

    And there you have it! A fully customizable Instagram post template, ready to use whenever you need it, whatever you need it for. All you need is a few clicks to change out the words, colors, font, or even the border's thickness and stroke type! Who doesn't love a polka-dot border, after all?

    And if you are in need of even more inspiration for your next Instagram post template, check out Placeit! Check out some of my favorites below: 

    So, as always, keep experimenting with different techniques and practicing, and don't forget to post your version below, along with any questions, comments, or critiques!

    final

    Looking to learn more? Why not check out the following photo manipulation tutorials:

  • Mon, 22 Jul 2019 07:51:29 +0000: Design Striking Layouts for Your Own Cookery Book Using InDesign - Envato Tuts+ Tutorials
    Final product image
    What You'll Be Creating

    In this tutorial we’ll create a variety of layouts for a cookery book intended for self-publishing, either in print or as an eBook, using Adobe InDesign. I’ll show you how you can showcase simple, striking photos to create minimal, colourful designs for your pages and book layout designs. Let’s get cooking!

    Many thanks to Cameron Knight for the beautiful photos used in this tutorial. You can read Cameron’s tutorial for putting these together here.

    1. Set Up the Layout of the Document

    Open InDesign and select File > New Document. In the New Document window, set the Intent to Print and the No. of Pages to 9. Keep Facing Pages selected. Under Page Size, select Custom... from the drop-down menu to open the Custom Page Size window. Under Name, type "Cookery Book" and set the Width to 170 mm and Height to 270 mm. Click Add and then OK

    New Document Settings

    Set the Top Margin to 18 mm, Bottom Margin to 23 mm, Inside Margin to 21.5 mm, and Outside Margin to 15.5 mm. Set the Bleed to 3 mm, but keep the Inside value at 0 mm. Click OK.

    Document Settings

    2. Select Fonts for Use in Your Layouts

    For a cookery book, it’s a great idea to have two distinct fonts to hand, to create a separation between the recipe header and/or method and the ingredients list. 

    In this tutorial I will be using a classic serif font, Calluna, for the recipe headers and any bulk body text. I will be using a rustic, type-written font, Special Elite, to contrast against this in the ingredients lists and page footers.

    3. Set Up a Master for Your Book

    Step 1

    Ensure the Pages panel is open by going to Window > Pages. You will see that an A-Master consisting of two pages combined as a spread has been automatically added in InDesign.

    Double-click the A-Master spread to bring it up on screen. Drag a vertical guideline from the left-hand ruler to 13 mm on the first page of the Master, and drag a second to 137 mm on the second page of the Master.

    Master Pages

    Zoom in to the bottom left-hand corner of the spread and select the Type Tool (T) from the tools control panel. Drag to create a small text frame 3 mm in Width and 3 mm in Height. Position this against the left-hand guideline you’ve just inserted and below the bottom margin, and go to Type > Insert Special Character > Markers > Current Page Number. Set the text to Align Left, Font to Special Elite Regular, and Size to 9 pt.

    With the "A" highlighted, go to the Fill drop-down menu in the Character Formatting Controls and set the tint of the Black Fill to 80%.

    Character Formatting

    Step 2

    With the text frame selected, go to Edit > Copy and Paste it onto the opposite page of the A-Master. Position this new text frame against the right-hand guideline you created in Step 1, at the same horizontal alignment (around Y position 226 mm). Change the text alignment to Align Right.

    Text Alignment

    Step 3

    Use the Type Tool (T) to create a new text frame 133 mm Width and 3 mm Height. Type "my cookbook" into the frame and set the text to Align Center. Set the Font to Special Elite Regular, Size 9 pt, and the Black tint to 80% as before. 

    Position this at the bottom of the left-hand page of the A-Master, lined up against the page number frame and centered between the outside and inside margins.

    With the frame selected, Edit > Copy > Paste and move this new frame into an identical position on the right-hand page of the Master.

    You will see that the Master has been automatically applied to all the pages in the document.

    Appled Masters

    4. Create a Striking Opening Page

    Step 1

    Double-click the page icon for Page 1 to bring up the page on screen.

    Use the Rectangle Frame Tool (F) to create a large frame extending across the whole page, up to the bleeds. Set the Fill of the Frame to [Paper]

    For some of the pages, we can use images set against a white or pale background to provide contrast and allow shots of simple ingredients to really stand out. You can use the Levels filter in Photoshop to increase the white in a given photo before placing the image in InDesign.

    Go to File > Place, select your image, and click Open. Double-click within the frame to directly select the image and hold down Shift to scale the image without distorting.

    Placing a File

    Step 2

    Use the Type Tool (T) to create a new text frame with 134 mm Width and 58 mm Height. Type "My (paragraph break) Cookbook" and set the Font to Calluna Regular. Set the Font Size to 80 pt and Leading to 80 pt

    Highlight "M" and "C" separately and set the Size to 90 pt to give emphasis. 

    Highlight "Cook" and set the Colour to a fiery red, C=8, M=95, Y=100, K=1, to bring out the colour of the spices in the photo. This approach might also work nicely for a book cover!

    The Type Tool and Colour

    5. Design a Vibrant Introductory Spread

    Step 1

    Double-click on the page icon for Page 3 in the Pages panel to bring the page up on screen. Use the Type Tool (T) to create a new frame 133 mm in Width and 48 mm in Height. Type text for a header, "The Importance (paragraph break) of Ingredients..."

    Insert a short introductory paragraph after another break. Here I’ve typed: "Try to use organically sourced, fresh ingredients in your cooking. (paragraph break) You will taste the difference!"

    Highlight the header text and set the Font to Calluna Regular, Size to 49 pt, and Leading to 53 pt. Maintain the Colour as the default Black for now.

    Highlight the remaining text and set the Font to Calluna Regular, Size to 12 pt, and Leading to 14.4 pt

    Header and Fonts

    Step 2

    Divide Page 2 into a simple grid by dragging a vertical guideline from the left-hand ruler to 65 mm and dragging a horizontal guideline to 80 mm.

    Page 2

    Step 3

    Use the Rectangle Frame Tool (F) to create a frame 68 mm in Width and 246 mm in Height. Position this against the left-hand bleed on Page 2 of the document, extending up to the top bleed and down to the bottom bleed. It should rest roughly against your new vertical guideline.

    Give the frame a Solid Stroke in [Paper] with a Weight of 1 mm. Go to File > Place and select a coloured photo that you feel can be cropped and zoomed in without losing the clarity of its subject. Use the Fill Frame Proportionally option in the top control panel to arrange it until you are happy.

    Rectangle Frame and Stroke

    Step 4

    Introduce another couple of image frames, as above, which meet at the horizontal guideline. (You can Copy > Paste the existing image frame and edit the dimensions.)

    Place images in these with contrasting yet complementary colours. In this example, you can see that overall I’ve gone for a zesty, summery colour palette, which really makes the food pop!

    Placing Images

    Introduce an additional image frame on the opposite page, meeting the horizontal guideline.

    Additional Image Frame

    Step 5

    Select the Eyedropper Tool (I) and hover over the background colour of one of the photos. Click once and double-click the resulting swatch that appears at the bottom of the Tools panel. Select Add CMYK Swatch and click OK.

    Color Picker

    Return to the text frame at the top of Page 3 and highlight "Ingredients..." Set the Text Colour to your new swatch (the swatch I’ve used here is C=0, M=88, Y=73, K=0), which has appeared in the drop-down Fill menu in the top control panel. You can also apply this to parts of the body text that you want to stand out.

    Adjusting Text Color

    Step 6

    Double-click on the A-Master spread to bring up the Master on screen. Drag and select the two page number frames and the two footer frames on the spread and Edit > Copy. Return to the Pages 2 and 3 spread and Edit > Paste in Place. Set the Text Colour for all these items to [Paper].

    Paste in Place

    Great work—you have a gorgeous, colourful intro spread!

    6. Create a High-Contrast Recipe Spread

    Step 1

    Double-click the Page 4-5 icons to bring up the spread. Go to View > Fit Spread in Window.

    Introduce some vertical guidelines onto Page 4 to allow us to create evenly sized columns. Drag a guideline to 130 mm, a second to 76 mm, and a third to 69 mm

    Adding Guidelines

    Step 2

    Use the Type Tool (T) to create a text frame with 133 mm Width and 53 mm Height. Type "Creamy Salmon (paragraph break x 2) with Danish (paragraph break) Sugar-Browned (paragraph break) Potatoes". 

    Set the Font to Calluna Regular. Highlight "Creamy Salmon" and set the the Font Size to 49 pt and the Colour to a neutral, mustard swatch, C=12, M=51, Y=100, K=1. Highlight the remaining text and set the Size to 30 pt and Leading to 32 pt. Maintain the default Black Colour.

    Adjusting the Type

    Step 3

    Introduce a new text frame 53.5 mm in Width and 122 mm in Height. Insert an "Ingredients" header followed by the list of ingredients. Set the Font of the header and any sub-headings to Calluna Regular, Size to 21 pt, Leading to 25.2, and set the Colour to a tint of 80% Black.

    Set the Font of the remaining list of ingredients to Special Elite Regular, Size 10 pt, Leading 10 pt, leaving a paragraph break between each ingredient for clarity. Pull out any important information in the mustard swatch, C=12, M=51, Y=100, K=1, but keep the rest of the list as Black

    Adjusting the Type

    Step 4

    Create a new column to allow the text to flow into it. Create a text frame and position this between the two vertical guidelines along from the first column. Click on the small white box at the bottom-right of the first column and click again into this new frame to connect the two. 

    You can drag a horizontal guideline down onto Page 4 to ensure that the text lines up exactly with the first column.

    Horizontal Guides

    Step 5

    Use the Line Tool (\) to introduce a stroke 106 mm in Length and position this below the "Ingredients" header to frame it. Go to Window > Stroke to open the Stroke panel. Set the Weight to 0.35 mm, the Type to Thick-Thin, and the Stroke Colour to a tint of 60% Black.

    Line Tool and Stroke

    Step 6

    Move over to the opposite page, Page 5. Drag a vertical guideline to roughly the center point of the page, and drag two horizontal guidelines down to roughly split the page into six sections.

    Use the Rectangle Frame Tool (F) to insert a frame around 70 mm by 70 mm, set the Fill to [Paper], and position this in the top-left corner of the page, resting against the grid formed by the guidelines. Go to File > Place and choose an image with a white background. Click Open. Use the Fill Frame Proportionally option in the top control panel to arrange the image in the frame centrally.

    Fill Frame Proportionally

    Step 7

    Edit > Copy > Paste the image frame five more times and File > Place or Relink (Window > Links) to insert new images to create an ordered, chequered effect.

    Insert New Images

    Awesome—this spread is looking really nice. 

    Preview of Spread

    7. Design an Engaging Method Spread

    Step 1

    Double-click on the Page 6 page icon in the Pages panel to bring it up on screen. From the top ruler, drag a horizontal guideline down to 122 mm. From the left-hand ruler, drag a vertical guideline to 86 mm.

    Horizontal Rules

    Step 2

    Use the Rectangle Frame Tool (F) to create a frame that fits within the bottom-left corner of Page 6, the boundaries of which you’ve created with the guidelines. Extend it to the edges of the bleed. 

    As for Pages 2 and 3, give the frame a Solid Stroke in [Paper] with a Weight of 1 mm

    Go to File > Place, select one of your Method images, and click Open. Use the Fill Frame Proportionally option to arrange the image in the frame, though a zoomed-in image would work really well here.

    Placing Images

    Step 3

    Drag another vertical guideline to 232 mm on the opposite page, Page 7

    Select the image frame you created in Step 2, above, and Edit > Copy > Paste. Repeat to create a third image frame. 

    Arrange these within the grid you created with your guidelines, as in the image below. Replace the two new image frames with your other Method photos and arrange their scale and proportions until you are happy with the result.

    Replace Images

    Step 4

    You will see that the photos you’ve introduced to the page are cutting across the Page 7 footer, which doesn’t look great. Go to the Pages panel, drag Master [None], and drop it on Page 7.

    Go to the A-Master and drag to select the page number text frames (not the footer text frames); Edit > Copy

    Return to Page 6 and 7 and Edit > Paste in Place. Highlight the page number frame on Page 6 only and set the Text Colour to [Paper].

    Paste in Place

    Step 5

    Introduce your Method text onto the page by creating two text frames at the top-left of Page 6 and along the right-hand side of Page 7. You can Edit > Copy > Paste the text and stroke you already created for the previous spread (Pages 4 and 5) to mimic the formatting you already set up for those pages. 

    Ensure the steps are clearly laid out, with adequate space between each step of the method. Give plenty of space between the edges of the text and the images (I allowed a gap of 17 mm) to give a professional look.

    Excellent work—you’ve created a beautiful, minimal method page.

    Page in Progress

    8. Put Together a Mouth-Watering Final Page

    Step 1

    Now that you’ve "done the cooking", you want to see the beautiful results! We’ve used a simple white with bright colour palette for the pages so far. For contrast, we’re going to create a dark, moody page for the finished recipe shot.

    Double-click the Pages 8-9 page icons to bring the spread up on the page. Use the Rectangle Frame Tool (F) to create a frame that extends across the whole spread, reaching up to the edge of the bleed on all sides. Go to File > Place and select an image with a dark background. It doesn’t have to be black, but something which will contrast well against a paler text. Click Open.

    Double-click within the frame to arrange the image. Try to use a very high-quality image which you can zoom into with ease. Try to give the image a jaunty, cropped angle to add interest.

    Placing an Image

    Step 2

    Introduce a text frame using the Text Tool (T) with 61 mm Width and 35 mm Height. Type "Bon (paragraph break) Appétit!" and set the Font to Calluna Regular, Size to 51 pt, Leading to 55 pt, and Text Colour to [Paper].

    Position the frame in the lower left-hand corner of Page 8, or wherever on your page the dark background of the photo comes through.

    Adjusting the Type

    Step 3

    Introduce a framing Stroke beneath the text using the Line Tool (\). Set the Length to 84 mm (in this example so it merges with the white edge of the plate), Colour to [Paper], Weight to 1 mm, and the Type to Thick - Thin.

    Adding a Stroke

    Step 4

    Double-click on the A-Master to bring the Master spread up on screen. Drag across the bottom of the spread to select both page number text frames and both the footer text frames. Edit > Copy and return to Pages 8-9. Edit > Paste in Place

    Set the Text Colour of both the page number and footer on Page 8 to [Paper].

    Great work—you have a final page that looks good enough to eat!

    Finalized Page

    9. Prepare Your Book for Print or Digital

    The aim of this tutorial has been to show you some ways of creating striking, contemporary and minimal layouts for a cookery book. You can use the ideas presented here to create your own exciting layouts, InDesign book templates, and even a book template PDF.

    Once you have put together your whole book, you may want to export this as an Interactive PDF for sharing online (go to File > Export > and select Adobe PDF (Interactive) from the Format menu; and select Spreads from the subsequent menu). 

    Alternatively, you can create a print book by going to File > Export > and selecting Adobe PDF (Print) from the drop-down menu. Select Press Quality from the Adobe PDF Preset drop-down menu, and check All Printer’s Marks from the Marks and Bleeds menu.

    Preview of Tutorial Layouts

    Looking for Extra Help and Inspiration?

    Need some extra help to jump-start your project? If you're in need of a cookbook template, InDesign is a great fit, and these high-quality templates are very versatile. Check them out!

    Cookbook Template InDesign

    This multi-purpose, minimalist design comes with 28 unique pages, in both A4 and US Letter sizes—a great fit for a wide variety of projects, cook books, or otherwise!

    Cookbook Template InDesign

    Square Cookbook InDesign Template

    This stylish, square layout (at 210x210 mm) is a great fit for a variety of projects, whether you want to showcase your recipes or share beautiful food photos. 

    Square Cookbook InDesign Template

    KITCHEN STORIES - Recipe Cookbook InDesign Template

    There are over 40 different pages to choose from in this high-quality InDesign template, designed for saddle stitching—pick and choose, and easily swap colors! 

    KITCHEN STORIES - Recipe Cookbook InDesign Template

    Twistee — Desserts Recipe Book InDesign Template

    There are over 50 pages included in this InDesign Template—not sure if this one is for you? Check out a live preview above. 

    Twistee Dessert Recipe Book Template

    Cook Book InDesign Template

    A clean, beautiful layout, perfect for showcasing your tastiest creations—check out this template! In both A4 and US Letter sizes, it's got plenty of potential applications.

    Cook Book InDesign Template

    Now When Do We Eat?! 

    Good luck with visualising your own gorgeously gastronomic designs! If you enjoyed this tutorial, here are some others you should check out:

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