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Freelance Design

Sub-Topics: Freelance Business, Freelance Career, Freelance Clients, Freelance Jobs, Freelance Networking, Freelance Pricing.

Our authors, freelance designers like you, share their extensive knowledge and experiences. You’ll learn how to get consistent work, manage your time, business and clients, and, most importantly, how to get paid better, and on time.


10 Sites for Finding Freelance Design Work

We’ve curated the best services for finding freelance jobs and work in design, web development, or other closely related creative fields.


Must-Do’s When Ending a Freelance Design Project

There are a number of key things designers should do when ending a freelance project, and today we go over what they are and why you should always do them.


12 Free Smoke Brush Packs for Adobe Photoshop

Check out our collection of high-resolution and free smoke brush packs for Adobe Photoshop, and download and use them on your next project.


The Types of Freelance Design Clients You Should Avoid

Some clients won’t respect your time and expertise. Others won’t be realistic or professional in their expectations. Avoid these types of clients!


Educating Clients About the True Value of Your Services as a Designer

Okay, freelance designers. Stop me if you’ve heard this one: you’re working on a project for a client, and all of a sudden there’s a discrepancy with your payment. Perhaps…


Making Time for Your Professional Learning Goals

With the disruption of the pandemic, many web designers have had to put their learning goals on hold. The question is, how do we manage these disruptions and avoid falling behind?


Working With Good and Bad Design Clients

We offer advice on how to determine which freelance design clients are good and which ones aren’t before you begin to work with them.


The Most Important Thing Your Clients Should Know About Their Website

The designer-client relationship is so important. Our experience and knowledge of the industry is something that needs to be shared with those we work with.


Helping Your Clients Master eCommerce

We show you how – with a little patience – you can teach your clients to manage their own eCommerce website and ultimately guide them towards success.


Dealing With Overly Opinionated Design Clients

We discuss how you as the designer can nip most design by committee in the bud, and how you can tap into this rarely used power and use it to your advantage.


Dealing with the Low or No-Profit Areas of Your Freelance Web Design Business

We show you how to identify those areas of your web design business that are not performing well and how to decide whether they should stay or go.


Why You Should Fire Your Worst Design Clients