I’ve done something really cool for you. Well, I think it’s cool – you make your own mind up.
About 6-8 weeks ago, I sent out a request for help in response to requests for help that I’d received.
A few people had asked me about how to put together a simple web page and site. So I asked if there was anything that I must include in a course on the subject.
There were a wide range of answers, but the two that stood out were how or where to get the graphics for a web page, and also how to put together a page as easily as possible.
And so that’s what I’ve started to do.
I’ve used the best tool I could find at the lowest price, and I’ve created a video that shows you how to put together a header graphic. This is a real world example as it’s the header graphic for a new product I’m working on at the moment.
I’ll follow it up at a later date with more videos showing how to put together a 3D ebook and software box graphics.
And finally, I’ll put all the graphical elements together with the text into a web page in another video.
If I take it any further than that depends on you. If you appreciate the time I’ve taken to do this, then I’ll be letting you know how you can show that appreciation – it won’t cost you a penny, just a few minutes of your time.
And you’ll also learn something really cool in the process of doing that too!
If you want to find out what new product I’m working on, then you can see for yourself in the video.
To make the header graphic, I didn’t use PhotoShop as it’s so expensive. Instead I used a really low cost tool that I’m flipping about at the moment – I just wish I’d had access to this 18 months ago.
One word of warning about the video. It’s quite large at 30MB, so you really need to be on broadband to view it. My apologies if you’re on dial up, I’ll see if I can’t zip it up for download and viewing offline.