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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Re Launch of LovelyParis Designs

Hello People!
So If you have seen my blog in the past then you might have seen that I started my own design company thing and I started selling on etsy. I started doing custom designs for free at the beginning when I was still learning and now that I have mastered it, I am now selling Templates. It was difficult at first to figure out how to sell templates on Etsy, how to get them to work properly, have the right codes, and just make them cute, elegant and just have good ideas and be creative with them. 

I have taken so many breaks from designing and seem to find myself coming back to it. I love it and I can sit on my computer all day perfecting them and making multiple templates at once. It is so fun to be able to be creative online and being able to share that with people, but at the same time it is a lot of hard work. Having time is the most important thing and I just haven't made time for designing properly, but like I said I always seem to come back to it. 

What Now?
Well, I am really going to focus more on designing and making some pretty great templates. I plan on doing a lot of different things and finding ways to improve my designing when it comes to HTML codes and Photoshop/Illustrator.  I want my blog to be diverse in content and I think this is going to be one great thing to share with you all. With doing template giveaways and just being more interactive with you, the audience and we all like giveaways right?

How have I improved?
When I started everything I designed was purely image based. So every little thing on the blog was images and the blogger couldn't really do much with it. Now everything is code-based. Everything is either found on the EDIT HTML section of the template or widget codes added to the layout. The colors, fonts, widths, heights, ect. can be altered with the proper knowledge of where these codes can be found ( and its really not that difficult ). I have gotten more familiar with Photoshop and Illustrator and have been able to improve my designs by a lot! Also, I have found great codes and gadgets to add to a blog to make them a bit more unique. From hover image effects to custom search buttons. It has taken a great deal of time to learn all of this, but when you are really interested in something you will do anything to learn and get better at it. 

How Did I learn all of this? 
A lot, A lot of research, studying codes and even more trial and error. It really tests your patience especially when codes don't work properly or things just don't look right. I have spent hours and hours finding the best codes and watching videos to help me get to where I am. There are a lot of people out there who are willing to help starting designers get better and if it wasn't for them, I don't think I would have kept going with designing. Also, I have a lot of Editing blogs where I test new codes, designs and fonts to be able to master it all down. So when I finally felt like I was ready ( which is now), I decided to re launch a whole new and improved LovelyParis Designs. This time, for real. I started to slack when it came to finishing designs and customer service, but now I have my feet on the ground and willing to do what ever it takes to insure 100% satisfaction with my designs.

Where Can You Find LovelyParis Designs?
I will be launching a website within the next few days where you can contact me, see previous designs along with some new once, find out how to purchase add- ons such as "Welcome" images, custom search bars, custom headers, social media buttons (with/without hover effect), and more! You can also find my templates on Etsy.com. Just search "LovelyParis Designs" and you should be able to find me. Don't hesitate to ask any questions about blog designs or anything pertaining to designs. Just shoot me an email, I am happy to help. 


I can not wait to share with you all my designs and codes to improve your blogs!
Thanks for stopping by and I will see you all next time!!



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