This guest article was written by Adam Clark of Bottlerocket and our interactive developer at Brian Hoff Design. Give him a warm “hello” on Twitter while you’re at it. Ok, so I don’t really know how to make all your dreams come true. Neither do I know much about getting clients. However, I have had some success [...]
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Dear Business, I’m scared for you. It’s scary to see a much too large majority of businesses still viewing websites as a feature to their business. Yes, what was once a feature like ten years ago is now the price of entry to survive and thrive. Last night I received an email from a prospective [...]
In the past 4 years, I’ve went from a sole proprietor, skipped over an LLC and became an S-Corp. But how do you know what entity to become? When’s the right time to switch? I’ve had the pleasure for the past 2+ years of working with an incredible, forward-thinking CPA, Jason Blumer and team, and [...]
I tend to talk quite a bit about the art of the business of design and Jessica Hische nails it on her post The Dark Art of Pricing. A worthwhile read.
Feels like just yesterday I was finishing college and struggling to find a job in design. Not many respectable studios were hiring and the ones were, well, less than desirable. I ended up working at Apple retail as a software and hardware trainer withering away as I grew increasingly discouraged about not landing a job [...]
I tend to discuss a lot of the business side of design here. After reading the new A List Apart article, A Modest Proposal, I thought it would be helpful for many that ask me what goes into a proposal.