Where deep conversations happen.
Great designers use questions to identify opportunities, reveal underlying needs, and understand user context to help teams and stakeholders make better decisions.
As product designers, we’re all familiar with white space. The term is directly associated with design, but I was wondering why don’t we apply such design principles to our own lives?
As a freelancer, it's your job to define your target audience rather than allowing it to define yourself. Then, once you've identified your target audience, you go after them, track them down, and persuade them that you're the ideal designer for them to work with.
We all know it's coming. Most people treat it as a bad thing. Some people will thrive after it. It's better to be prepared for a recession (as much as you possibly could be) than struggle.
One thing that led me to some of the most exciting things and experiences of my life. I made many mistakes and failed a lot along the way in my career. But, in the end, everything worked out well.
The past three years have been crucial for my design business. I made three significant changes that combined to create new changes.
You will probably encounter clients asking for discounts for various reasons no matter what kind of services you offer.
Clients always come in different shapes and sizes. Sometimes you get to work with difficult clients who are unresponsive when you reach out.
What is the one skill that can help me succeed as a freelancer?
How to know, ask, and get paid what you’re worth as a freelancer?