One of the biggest challenges most freelance designers face is setting their prices. How do you charge for your work in a way that’s fair to both you and your clients?
When I first started out freelancing, I was working from my student bedroom. Although being poorly lit, completely disorganised and cluttered, and there being barely enough space for a desk next to my bed, it was my creative workspace for over a year.
The business aspect of freelance can often be the most burdensome; worrying about financials, marketing your own brand, complete client management, and more can leave you in the dark.
Freelance creatives are considered different to most workers. We work long, strange hours, and have an impossible work/life balance. Enter Free wifi and Fab coffee.
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Hi, my name is Serj Kozlov. I’m a freelance web designer living and working in Toronto, Ontario. I’ve been interested in different kinds of art since childhood, but I didn’t seriously think about becoming a designer until 2002.
Traveling abroad is an excellent way to expose yourself to new ideas and spark your creativity. As a designer, I travel to foreign lands to refresh my train of thought and to see things in a different light. There is unlimited potential out there to learn something new that can fuel fresh ideas.
Hello! My name is Andy Sowards, I am 24, a nerd, a dad to 3 beautiful baby boys, a husband to an amazing wife, and an avid tweeter/designer/developer/programmer/tech-addict.