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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I often get emails from other designers regarding various legal documents and recently came across a tweet from @jessicahische that I’m certain all will find helpful on their next legal document prep: Docracy.
Having run my business for merely three years I’ve learned a hell of a lot of things, changed many, stumbled often and learned many new secrets along the way. Come closer to your monitor, I have another secret to share: Get it right – the first time! Clients often ask Designers if they can update [...]
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.
Imagine asking a Real Estate company, “How much does a house cost?” Well it depends. First off, what are the essentials you need? Three bedrooms because you have two kids? Central air conditioning because you live down south? Now that we have the essentials, what are some of the less essential, yet nice features? Basement? [...]
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 [...]