Achieve Success as a Freelance Graphic Designer

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Learn from my experience as a freelance graphic designer for the past 6 years so you get a head start over your competition


    I tried 99designs as a Logo Designer (so you don’t have to)

    For those in the creative field, as a logo designer you are probably familiar with 99designs, a freelancer platform for connecting graphic designers and clients. One of its most well-liked (or most-disliked depending on your position) features is design contests, where graphic designers compete against one another by creating designs based on the client’s brief,…


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  • Getting Clients on Reddit as a Freelance Graphic Designer

    As a freelance graphic designer you would probably agree when I say that one of the biggest challenges is getting clients. In order to have long term success it’s important to know how and where to effectively promote your services to attract clients. One such way is through Reddit, which is a social media platform…


  • Making Money with TeePublic as a Freelance Graphic Designer

    If you are looking to sell shirt designs and make money in the process, be sure to check out TeePublic, a curated community of the world’s best designers.


  • Hosting Your Portfolio on SiteGround as a Freelance Graphic Designer

    Your portfolio site probably won’t need much resources when it comes to web hosting. As such, you can pretty much go with any web host provider that’s half decent and not have any issues. That said, I would highly recommend hosting your portfolio on SiteGround. The site has been around for more than a decade…


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  • How has the Introduction of Account Tiers by Redbubble and TeePublic affected Artists?

    As a freelance graphic designer I have been using print-on-demand platforms like Redbubble and TeePublic as sources of passive income, and so far sales haven’t been too bad considering I just upload and forget. However, Redbubble and TeePublic has recently introduced account tiers, which based on online discussions has apparently been affecting artists, with experiences…


  • Considerations on Accepting Crypto Payments while Freelancing

    I’m always a believer in diversifying as a freelance graphic designer — and that includes catering to a wider range of clients by not only accepting fiat, but cryptocurrency as well. At the moment public perception of cryptocurrency isn’t positive, and with good reason due to the many scams and frauds that has happened over…


  • Making Money on Adobe Stock as a Freelance Graphic Designer

    As a freelance graphic designer it’s always important to diversify your income sources for better financial stability. If like me you have been in the business for a few years, then you probably have graphics such as vector illustrations and logos that are left unused from past projects — here’s where making money on Adobe…


  • The Importance of Passive Income for a Freelance Graphic Designer

    After freelancing as a graphic designer for so many years, I have really come to realize and appreciate the importance of passive income. After all, there are only so many hours in a day, and who doesn’t want to be making money while sleeping or not doing anything. Having sources of passive income is vital…


  • My Experience on the Stresses of Freelancing

    In my previous blog article I talked about the joys of freelancing for me, hoping that my experience would motivate you to take the plunge as well. At the same time, it wouldn’t be responsible of me not to describe the stresses of freelancing I have faced and am still facing as a graphic designer.…


  • My Experience on the Joys of Freelancing

    I have been freelancing as a graphic designer for the past 6 years and boy, has it been a journey. Like I mentioned in my Foreword, while there have been challenges and periods of stress, I didn’t regret my decision to take the plunge — not one bit. So here, let me highlight the joys…