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Category Archives: Freelance

A Guide For Designers To Start Freelancing

Do you planning on starting your own work as a freelancer? This something many daydream about, but don’t do anything to make it real. If you really want to start freelancing, you must have a ‘can do’ attitude. You must be self-motivated, hustling and bustling for clients, and capable of wearing difference hats. Successful freelancers manage to do everything without anyone probing them to get their work done. It’s tougher than it sounds and that’s exactly why so many people prefer to remain in the fantasy realm when it comes to freelancing instead of quitting everything to hit bed

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How to Handle Criticism as a Freelancer

Criticism - You can either learn from or run from it. As a freelancer, you should expect criticism from your clients . Believe it or not, every freelancer has to face criticism at some point and time of their career. Yes, that includes even some of the best of us who aren’t too far from making six figures and having a line of clients waiting for them to take on their projects. Given that this is a natural part of the developmental phase as a freelancer, it’s crucial to know how to deal with it and maintain the same level of enthusiasm we had when we started. So here’s a little advice

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How To Find Freelance Graphic Design Work

Contrary to popular belief, freelancing is not easy at all. Among many other tasks involved in freelancing, finding work is the most difficult one. We’ll agree that freelancing is no easy way to “do business”, but with faith and passion in your design field, you wouldn’t mind exploring new ways to keep practicing what you love in exchange for money. Quote, unquote, “in exchange for the money” and we have the next problem. How do we keep getting high-paying projects that are worth the time and effort we spend on them? Although freelancing is full of gigs that deal with the cre

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