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Basic plan

Whole Basic plan
Unique design PSD,WP
Unlimited number of pages
Unlimited number of posts
E-mail addresses and contact form
File Manager
Image gallery

Business plan

Whole Basic plan +
Unlimited number of categories and sections
Unlimited number of products
Price Management
Order forms
Website search
Menu navigations
Sliders, players, RSS, XML
Web shop

Premium plan

Whole Basic and Business plans +
User registration
User accounts
Programming on demand
CMS, CRM, FileMaker i SMS systems
File sharing
Banner system
PDF documents
Flash animations
Video and Audio streaming


print is not dead


Over the past 7 years, some of organizations and companies in their class have hired me to build complex websites, develop new identity and branding systems, edit and design sophisticated publications, undertake strategic research and analysis, and create large-scale marketing and communications plans. So look at my project and give me some comment.

Brain maping


What is a Mind Map?

A mind map is an intric­ate web of thoughts, ideas, names, words and images that all stem from one cent­ral idea or word in dia­gram form.

Many design­ers use Mind Map­ping to brain­storm and gen­er­ate ideas. The loose and visual man­ner in which a mind map is cre­ated is not only a fant­astic tool to ‘free up’ cre­ativ­ity, its a great way to com­mu­nic­ate to cli­ents, team mem­bers and pro­fess­ors while in a design’s concept phase.




The most dif­fi­cult part of being a cre­at­ive of any kind is idea gen­er­a­tion. Why do you think there are so many copy-cats out there? There are sev­eral meth­ods avail­able to brainstorm.

Mind map­ping has been around since the 70’s, it’s uses and attrac­tion is snow­balling. So what is it? And how does it apply to Graphic Design?