Getting sick is no fun for anyone. For a freelance designer (and other freelancers), getting sick (or injured) might spell financial disaster. That's because freelance designers who don't work don't get paid. There's also the risk of losing a client. In this post, I examine some of the uncomfortable decisions freelancers must face when they become ill. If you enjoyed this post, you might also like Freelancing During an Illness.
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Managing money can be a problem for a freelance designer. If you've been a freelance designer for any length of time, then you already know that your income can fluctuate as a freelancer--sometimes a lot. Many freelance designers find the financial ups and downs of freelancing to be a real challenge. In this post, I share some budgeting tips to help freelance designers and other freelancers manage their budget. If you like this post, you will likely also like Budgeting for Freelancers.
Freelance collaboration is on the rise. Increasingly, teams of freelancers are now doing the work that in-house departments used to do. Graphic designers are now working on teams with writers and programmers. But many freelancers are used to working alone. Collaboration definitely requires freelancers to make a few adjustments. In this post, I'll provide ten essential guidelines to help you put the pieces together for freelance collaboration. If you enjoy this post, you may also enjoy reading 15 Questions to Ask Before Collaborating.
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