Archive for category: Freelance

Logo Design Proposal Template (Free Download)

Logo Design Proposal Template (Free Download)

03/21/2014 9:49 am / Freebies, Freelance, Logo, Marketing / No comments

I recently decided it was time to upgrade some of my client contact forms, starting with my logo design proposal. And now I’m sharing it with anyone who may find it useful. You can download […]

 
35 Million Stock Images Now Free To Use For Bloggers

35 Million Stock Images Now Free To Use For Bloggers

03/07/2014 7:04 am / Freelance, Photography / No comments

35 million professional stock images are now free to use for blogging and non commercial purposes. Read more here.

 
Get More Clients With Foot In Door Trick

Get More Clients With Foot In Door Trick

02/25/2014 3:05 pm / Freelance, Marketing, Tips / 2 comments

Study shows that it’s much easier to persuade someone to do something if you start small. Watch this short video explaining the “foot in door” effect.

 
Wanted: Graphic Design Monkey Who Works For Peanuts

Wanted: Graphic Design Monkey Who Works For Peanuts

10/17/2013 7:40 pm / Clients, Freelance, Personal / 9 comments

Creating good graphic design is no easy or quick task. Apparently some people however think graphic designers should work for peanuts.

 
Graphic Designers: Avoid These Mistakes With Your Clients

Graphic Designers: Avoid These Mistakes With Your Clients

09/22/2013 1:41 pm / Clients, Freelance, Other / No comments

Mistakes graphic designers make when working with clients, and how to avoid them.

 
Hiring A Freelance Graphic Designer Vs Hiring A Design Agency

Hiring A Freelance Graphic Designer Vs Hiring A Design Agency

08/31/2013 11:45 pm / Clients, Freelance, Tips / No comments

What to expect when hiring a freelance graphic designer vs a graphic design agency.

 
AIGA: How To Reply To Spec Work Seeking Graphic Design Clients

AIGA: How To Reply To Spec Work Seeking Graphic Design Clients

05/31/2013 11:58 am / Freelance, Resources, Tips / 4 comments

AIGA has put together a reply for graphic designers to use for spec work seeking clients, highlighting why spec work is bad for designers & clients.