Simon Shocket

With a background in graphic design and animation, Simon began his writing career in the entertainment industry, followed by a fruitful career in advertising, before moving into hi-tech journalism. Simon also performs with several bands and musical productions. After all, he was born in Manchester, UK, and that’s a lot to live up to.

The Spanish Community Comes Together

Spanish web creators lead by example as they pull together from across the country, with Elementor communities growing in strength and numbers despite the Coronavirus crisis.

How To Write a Great Web Design Proposal + Free Template

In this post, we’ll show you how to approach the proposal process, the questions you should ask, and what are the most important sections that web designers must include in their website design proposal.

Monday Masterclass: How To Use Custom Fonts on WordPress

This week, we’re looking at how to choose fonts, what makes a certain font better than all others for a specific design, and why. We also look at how we can upload and customize fonts in WordPress using Elementor.

How to Set Up a WordPress Staging Site

Learn how to easily set up a staging site and start experimenting with your website without the fear of breaking it or messing up the users’ experience.

How to Create a One-Page Website on WordPress

This week we’re demonstrating how simple and efficient it is to work with Hello Theme together with the Elementor Theme builder. To do this, we’ll create a one-page website, complete with a navigation menu in the header/footer.

Monday Masterclass: How to Create Epic Blog Posts

Simply writing long form content is not enough to create engaging and successful content. In this post, we show how visual elements can compliment your blog posts and improve your readers’ experience.

How To Build a WordPress Sales Funnel

Learn how to grab the user’s attention, pique their interest, appeal to their desire, and move them to action with an efficient sales funnel built on WordPress.

The Tools We Love: Asana Review

‘The Tools We Love’ is a new bi-weekly column we are introducing in our blog, where we take a tool that is relevant and useful for the work of web creators, and explore it’s pros, cons and overall helpfulness.