We all know the essence of creating blogs as designers. It is almost impossible to garner the requisite audience without communicating your thoughts and ideas to the audiences and this is possible only when you post blogs. You do not have to specifically write blogs that run for pages, instead there are several other types of blogs that you can post. Here are the ways through which you can let your ideas have some light.
When talking about designing blogs, the popular form is tutorials. Through tutorials, you can offer a detailed look over designing software and tools such as Photoshop or Illustrator. This way you can help the readers in knowing about the performance of the latest software and tools without actually using them personally. Tutorials are highly effective medium for communicating your thoughts and encouraging two way communications in the form of comments.
2. Industry Trends and News
People who are technically savvy love to keep them updated with the latest buzz and news regarding the web design changes. As a blogger, you can use this as an opportunity and in return cover the latest news and trends with the audiences. You can cover everything ranging from breaking news, latest development, particular trend or monthly updates or discoveries.
Just like reviews, you can share your personal opinion with the audiences. You can offer interesting content to the audiences and initiate a discussion. You can garner enough social media likes and shares while initiating a creative conversation. The topic can be anything such as a latest Google update and its impact over the current marketing scenario.
If you are looking forward to garner audience for your blog or website then the best way is to opt for roundups and list posting. You can create lists such ‘Top 10 Design Tactics’ and make whooping followers. Even though roundups and list posts are time consuming, you can attract some daily readers through them.
Other great option is to interview some famous or experienced personality over your blog. Most of the renowned and creative designers are ready to give interviews, so asking them out is not a bad option. Interviews are generally appreciated by readers as they are able to learn something totally new about the designers and the strategies they are following.