Images on web sites call attention. To web content managers, looking for images or web cards appropriate for a post or article has become like routine or standard procedure. Thanks to sites like Pexels and Canva, these online photo and graphic design sites have made my work easier at times when I needed to finish something right away.
Facebook calls it Open Graph while Twitter calls it Twitter cards. Pinterest calls it rich Pins while Google+ calls it rich Snippet. Simply, web cards are graphics especially designed to capture attention and engage site visitors to your site contents. It functions more than just an image because it contains information called meta tags, which social media sites use to integrate your social site post with your web post or page . It is for that reason why webizens call it rich cards.
My Own Collection of Design Inspirations
The following are some of the header banners, post cards, social site cards and covers, info cards, etc that I have used on a variety of web sites and social media sites. You are free to use any of these graphics. Consider them under CC0 license, which means you can download them for free and use them for whatever purpose without attribution. This is my collection of design inspirations.
Header Banners / Images / Social Site Covers
Web Cards / Blog Featured Images / Social Site Post Cards
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The first time I read the Parable of the Talents, I didn’t understand its meaning or what message was it all about. But now I know that the parable was not about money but about gifts you have acquired through time, or even gifts you are born with like a beautiful singing voice. The message is that whatever you are gifted with, God will be more pleased if you will have to share it with others through good means such as teaching or educating, inspiring by speaking before an audience, or by writing a book. If you will think deeply about it, it is just common sense. Imagine if no one will ever speak about the difference between peace and violence, the next generations will always be at war.
My Own Talents
The gifts I have acquired are those that I learned at school such as accounting, computer programming, web design and building websites. There are also those I learned by experience such as graphic design and writing; and those that I learned by myself through self-studying such as blogging and the use of a variety essential and productivity softwares. There are also those that I learned through mentors such as to understand the human-ness of a person, including myself. My innate gifts are my abilities to use my intuition in making simple and major decisions, and of course the love that I was born with and gifted by my parents.
To Teach You Is My Way Of Sharing It
It will not be fulfilling if I won’t be able to pass to others the gifts that I have acquired through education, mentoring, self-learning, and experience. I feel that it is my responsibility to share the knowledge that I have learned. And one way to put that in action is to teach it to other people like you. My skill is not to speak before a crowd; thus I have chosen the Web as my platform to share my knowledge. After all, my forte is about the Web.
Learn What I Have Learned
This site contains lessons and tutorials on how you can become a web practitioner or specialist, specifically in building web sites and how you can earn from them. The lessons are arranged in graduated manner, which means that the next lessons may depend on your understanding the previous lessons. For that reason, I suggest that you follow the lessons as numbered.
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