Ten Rules for Negotiating a Job Offer – freeCodeCamp
The Freelance Contract Fair and secure work relationships need a contract. Not having one is dangerous for both parties and can lead to misunderstandings, false expectations and ultimately lost time and money.
5 Best Websites for Full-Time Remote Tech Jobs
How Much Should I Charge? – nuSchool A potential client wants a proposal for a design project? Awesome. Answer 5 questions, and know how much to charge to make this project profitable. Just a reminder though – when people use their own money for a project they might not have much to spend.
Basic Guide (Tips and Tools) To Charging Your Freelance Clients What is the best part about being a freelancer and actually working? Getting paid of course. Money will not buy you happiness but they sure will bring a smile or at least some satisfaction. In this article we will be talking about financing for freelancers, how […]
Remote working — Yay or Nay? The internet is awash with differing opinions about remote working, showing many businesses are divided in their views on the subject. This heated discussion was sparked by a leaked email byYahoo! informing employees that remote working would be banned from June of this year. The internal memo said: “Some of the […]
Things Every Designer Should Do at Least Once in Their Career? – Core77 [image source] Over on the Core77 boards Richard Kuchinsky, boards moderator and “Directive Creator” of The Directive Collective design consultancy, has posted an interesting topic: What ten things should every designer do, at least once during their career? Writes Kuchinsky,
The Difference Between Good And Bad Job Requirements | Smashing Magazine In Web design, as one of the seemingly few markets that is actually growing, job opening postings are common. They’re not all equally convincing, though. In fact, most of them are unpleasant, uninviting and sometimes bordering on hostile. Some, however, are great, and give […]
Work, Life And Side Projects | Smashing Magazine There is no doubt about it, I am a hypocrite. Fortunately nobody has noticed… until now. Here’s the thing. On one hand I talk about the importance of having a good work/life balance, and yet on the other I prefer to hire people who do personal projects […]