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You’re about to graduate. Or maybe next year will be your last year of school.
After graduation, you have your career all planned out. There’ll be no traditional 9-to-5 grind for you. Your future is in freelancing… or so you think.
I have one question for you. If you plan to become a freelance web designer after graduation, are you really ready?
You may think you are ready to begin freelancing right out of school, but chances are that you’re not.
Fortunately, there are some steps to take to prepare yourself for freelance web design even before you graduate. In fact, the earlier you start preparing yourself for freelancing, the better.
So, if you’ve still got another year of school, be glad. That gives you some extra time to get yourself ready for freelancing.
However, if you’re graduating this year, don’t panic. There are still some steps you can take to get ready for freelancing.
In this post, I list over ten ways that students can prepare themselves for a future in freelance web design before they finish school.
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If you’re a web or graphics designer then you should know about that oh-so-adorable design suite Adobe Photoshop. Folks who have been using the software for years can vouch that it’s quite difficult to master. There are so many techniques for creating UI elements, website layouts, icons, and other digital graphics. It’s crucial that you learn how to organize these assets into a complete, unified design.
In this article I’d like to cover methods of organizing PSD files in Photoshop. Whether you’re a one-man team or working in a large studio setting, it always helps to stay organized. These tips may appear like common-sense ideas but so many designers overlook this systematic and detailed approach.
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