Our first publication of 2021 is available now: The Essential Short Guide to Web Content Strategy and Planning. You can find it at Amazon, Kobo and Apple Books as well as the Proactivity Press online shop.
Three new Essential Short Guides are available now at Amazon, Kobo and Apple Books as well as the Proactivity Press online shop.
You can find our Essential Short Guides available online now at Amazon, Kobo and Apple Books as well as our own online shop.
Full-length books available in paperback / Kindle and Kobo E-pub include four modest volumes on coaching Modern Olympic Sports Fencing and one on virtualisation using VirtualBox. Added in 2020, the Essential Short Guides series, currently seven topics from SEO and GDPR to web accessibility.
Modern Olympic Fencing: Questions and Answers Robin Catling The more one learns about swordsmanship, the more one realises how much there is yet to learn.
My first technical book is available now in paperback and Kindle Ebook format on Amazon. The VirtualBox Networking Primer is a no-nonsense guide for the VirtualBox user taking their next steps into virtual networks.
Winning at Épée: Techniques for the Shorter Fencer is now available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle editions. Winning at Epee: Techniques for the shorter fencer Robin Catling In the sport of Modern Olympic Fencing, where the taller fencer notionally has the advantage of reach, the shorter fencer needs every tactical help they can get…
The Newcomer’s Guide to Competition Fencing by Robin Catling is available on Amazon now in e-book and paperback editions.
You should never judge a book by it’s cover. But that’s exactly what we all do. The book stores are full of fantastic books with terrible covers that are never read. And also full of amazing covers selling terrible books that only disappoint. Which is why you have to create the best cover you can…
“Hierarchy—it’s a big word, and an important but an easy-to-implement concept when it comes to typography.” So begins an insightful beginner-level article on Canva written by Janie Kliever: Why every design needs three levels of typographic hierarchy, posted under Design elements and principles.