Gal Shachar digs into all the things you can do to advance your design career, from marketing yourself, building a brand, experimenting, and launching a side business, to putting your name and work out there for people to find.
There are only so many hours in a day. Keeping bills and expenses in order and sending out invoices and collecting money takes too many of them.
You've decided it's time to leave a job that isn't paying enough, or is making you miserable. Daniel Schwarz shows you how to leave without burning bridges.
Pau Maplesden shows you how to create a beautiful portfolio website for your freelance business with Squarespace.
Paul Maplesden shows freelancers how to enhance their client contracts and automate their collection with Squarespace.
Ada Ivanoff looks at seven ways freelancers can manage their schedule better to avoid stress, chaotic time management and burn-out.
Fitness can become an afterthought for time-pressed entrepreneurs and freelancers. With calisthenics, ten minutes is all you need for a full-body workout.
There are many stories about clients from hell online, but have you ever been a freelancer from hell? Daniel Schwarz explains five big mistakes we make.
Paul Maplesden explains why you can't afford to skip freelance contracts, and shows you how to put a basic contract together.
Joshua Kraus talks to four freelancers about the tipping point that made them decide to leave the corporate world behind in favor of freelancing.
Some clients are more reluctant to part with their money than others. Joseph Ola teaches freelancers how to use psychology to get clients paying on time.
One risk freelancers face is spending substantial time on a project without ever getting paid. Joshua Kraus talks to four freelancers who have been there.
Freelance pricing is often undervalued and unsustainable. Using data, you can increase your income and increase your chances of staying in business.
Many freelancers and remote workers are hesitant to start working from cafés because they don't understand the etiquette. Daniel Schwarz clears it all up.
Deprivation, root canals and office bondage... some freelancers and entrepreneurs will do anything to get the job done. Joshua Kraus talks to six of them.
Working from home when living with those who don't understand working from home can be tough. Here's how to make it work.
Finding the best Chrome extensions for freelancers can be tricky. Ashley Remstad looks at 10 extensions that help her stay productive and organized.
Ian Chandler shares his simple method for starting a freelance writing career from scratch with no financial outlay.
Learn how to plan, build, test, and use an effective freelance portfolio website.
Elio Qoshi describes his approach to breaching the earnings limitations of freelancing by gently scaling into a larger services operation.
Freelancers have a harder time maintaining work-life balance than regular employees. Joshua Kraus looks at six strategies to avoid this problem.
Amber Leigh Turner looks at some common work-from-home health pitfalls and how to avoid them.
Joshua Kraus asks four more freelancers about their worst freelance horror stories.
Mauricio Prinzlau advises designers on overcoming an old problem: how do you establish yourself when you have no referrals or track record in the field?
Jacob McMillen talks about the importance of planning monthly income targets for freelancers.
Jacob McMillen shares four lessons he wish he'd been taught at the start of his freelance career.
Five freelancers talk about their worst freelance horror stories.
Amber Leigh Turner asks if we're doing new freelancers a disservice with the quality of business advice available.
Laura Elizabeth provides advice on seamless collaboration with clients even when you're thousands of miles away.
The idea of freelancing around the world with a laptop sounds romantic but it has its challenges too. Daniel explains some of the tricks.