We recently held a giveaway for three 1-year Advanced account subscriptions to Squarespace, a platform that will help you create a website.
Here are the three winners of this giveaway:
Congratulations to all of our winners. The winners should have already received an email from me containing information about their Squarespace subscription.
We’ve teamed up with 123ContactForm to give away five annual Platinum plan subscriptions.
For a chance to win, answer one or both of the following questions in the comments below:
- How would you use 123ContactForm if you won?
- What feature of 123ContactForm are you most excited about?
This giveaway ends on November 1, 2011 after which the comments section on this post will be closed. We’ll use your email address to contact you if you win. The winners will be randomly selected and announced on a separate post. Please note that comments that don’t follow the instructions on how to participate (described above) may not be published.
A beautiful and well-designed blog can leave a lasting impression onto its readers. With so many sites competing for the attention of Internet users, the appearance of a blog can be a large factor in helping it stand out from the crowd. In this showcase, you’ll find a wide variety of beautiful blog designs for inspiration.
If you’d like to see more blog designs not in this collection, see our other showcase: 40 Excellent Blog Designs.
As a content specialist, I prefer web designs that support content rather than conflict with or ignore it. Web designers should have a real appreciation of content strategybecause it is crucial in launching a successful blog.
The ampersand symbol (&) has a long and rich history, dating as far back as 63 B.C. To this day, its use can be witnessed in a wide range of situations, from being a key component in a Fortune 500 company’s logo/brand identity materials to casual SMS/text messages between old friends.
Below is a visual guide to this beautiful and artistic symbol.