In this post we list seven common project-related tasks that clients often question. For each task, we discuss whether a freelancer should bill the client.
In this post, I share five steps that you can go through to find out whether you can “fix” your relationship with an unhappy client.
In this post we’ll look at 5 simple principles that can help you in your professional networking, regardless of where you are in your career.
The best way to arm yourself against a scam is to know the different types that you as a freelance web designer, designer, or web developer may encounter…
In this post, I provide ten ready (and truthful) responses you can give when you’re asked to do a project that’s not right for you.
If you’ve been in the frustrating situation of trying to make a low-budget project a profitable use of your time, the good news is that there are options.
I’m going to show you how 5 tweaks to your estimates can increase your chances of getting clients who say “you’re out of our budget.”
Customer service is important for any business, but it’s especially important for freelancers. Here are 6 principles that every web designer should know.
Before you can break a bad habit, you have to know what it is. Here is a checklist of over 22 bad habits that may wreak havoc on your design business.
Pricing design services can be a dreaded part of the job. Here’s a look at the process and how you can be more effective with pricing your own services.
By making the project planning process collaborative, the likelihood that your clients will see you as an adviser goes up significantly. Read more here…
Follow these tips to have an impact with your designs EVERY time.