Achieve Success as a Freelance Graphic Designer

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    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…

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  • 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.

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  • 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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  • Stop Being a Perfectionist as a Freelance Graphic Designer

    In freelancing you might feel obliged to overdeliver because there’s so much competition and you don’t want to lose a single clients. Consequently you obsess over each and every little detail just to make absolutely sure that everything is perfect. Yes, such dedication can be beneficial to your success — but it can also affect…

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  • Making Money on SunFrog as a Freelance Graphic Designer

    SunFrog is quite different from sites like Redbubble; it’s not a print-on-demand service per se, but relies on affiliate campaigns to sell designs. You will find the most success on SunFrog if you already have a social following that you can share your campaigns to.

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  • Making Money on Society6 as a Freelance Graphic Designer

    Society6 is probably one of the most popular print-on-demand sites. It’s no wonder that some of the most talented artists such as Andreas Lie and Evie Seo choose to sell their artwork there. In fact, according to their blog, the top sellers are making more than $5,000 in a month, so it’s definitely possible to…

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  • Providing Good Client Service as a Freelance Graphic Designer

    As a freelancer, clients are your lifeblood. You can produce the best work, but it will all be for nothing if your bad attitude and work ethic push clients away. In order to build a long-lasting business and career, you must focus on building good relationships with your clients — and it all starts with…

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  • Making Money with Threadless as a Freelance Graphic Designer

    Threadless was created in 2000 as ‘a way for all the creative minds in the world to make great art.’ It’s great if you are a freelance graphic designer who is interested in creating designs and making money in the process. Since then Threadless has expanded from t-shirts to many other products, while introducing many…

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  • An Introduction to Inkscape for a Freelance Graphic Designer

    Inkscape is an open-source vector graphics editor similar to Adobe Illustrator, with tons of features to help you execute your concepts and turn them into professional-grade designs. As a graphic designer you will likely be using Inkscape for a lot of your work, so it’s best to master what the program has to offer as…

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