Sooner or later, it’s bound to happen.
If you’re a freelance designer, eventually a client will ask you to do something stupid. Something that you know won’t work.
I’m not talking about moral issues here, but rather about practical design issues. The client has asked you to design something that simply won’t be effective. (I would hope that you already know what to do about moral issues.)
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Not all startups will require a large team to get a product online and scale quickly. There are examples of single technical founders or even a team of 2-3 people building the initial frameworks for rapidly advancing Internet startups. You will see this type of startup more commonly in mobile app stores where the barrier to entry and profit margins are very high. But even websites and other startups can thrive in an environment with very few team members.
In this article I’d like to delve into the concept of a startup and how to adjust the mindset of your team. It will require dedication from every person and long hours are commonplace in startup environments. But success is all about how you work and your willingness to change what isn’t working. The efficiency of your team will depend on everybody’s ability to communicate and share ideas with each other.
Did you know WordPress powers 14.7% of the top million websites in the
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And, it’s only going to keep growing as web designers learn WordPress
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Are you overlooking something important that you could use to advance your design career?
If you’re not participating in online forums, you may be missing out.There are a significant number of benefits to being part of a high quality online design forum.
In this post, I’ll share the benefits of taking part in online design forums and I’ll explain how to find a good one. I’ll also list 12 popular online design forums for you to consider.
If you’ve heard the term “startup” before then you are likely familiar with the idea of rapid work progression. Internet/tech startups often focus on building one single project and quickly scaling out new features over time. This mindset can be pushed onto projects for the web related to design & development.
In this article I’d like to share some ideas behind working with a startup mentality. You can easily accomplish an incredible amount of work each day if you know where to focus your energy. It’s difficult to shift your attention span after being ingrained with your own schedule for so long. But follow these trends and you may find yourself completing more project work than ever.