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Branding

  • Branding
    How to Create Style Guides for a Specific Audience4 logo
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    In this article, I'd like to explore some of the audiences you might create a style guide for, and some techniques that you can use to build stronger, more sustainable branding ecosystems.Read More…
  • YouTube
    Personalizing Social Media: YouTubePreview
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    Let's take a look at personalizing and branding social media sites. Our focus is going to be branding consistency and by the end of this series, you'll have a consistently branded social media presence throughout the web.Read More…
  • Freelance
    9 Steps to Starting Your Freelance Web Design Business9 steps starting your freelance web design business
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    So, you want to be a freelance web designer? Ah, the glamor of it all. Your own boss, answering only to the call of your creative muse… get up, feel inspired, do some work, go for a walk, laugh knowingly with other freelancers who have also discovered The Secret of: high profile projects, the big bucks, expensive coffee, conferences in glamorous European cities, laughing at the corporate rats you've left behind… enjoying the high life that you so richly deserve. Hurrah! Or… welcome to a world of uncertainty, of irregular income, of blurred lines between work and home. Where, instead of having just one boss telling you what to do, you have 20 bosses across 3 different time zones who want their logo bigger now, dammit! The truth lies somewhere in between, of course - but you're more likely to achieve the success you would like (and the balance you strive for) if you can create a plan and structure for your freelance business early on. In this post you'll learn the main issues you need to consider to set up your freelance web design business. Up front though, I'm going to make some assumptions about you - I'm going to assume that you're motivated to do this. It's not something you want to fall into by accident. I'm going to assume that you have some basic skills in web design - that you've learned your craft and that you're ready to promote your services to potential paying clients. And I'm going to assume that you have a little business savvy, a good amount of time, and a real commitment to doing this. Okay? Okay! Let's get started.Read More…
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