Finding Success on Reddit

Reddit is one of the biggest and busiest websites. As of 2015, it had 542 million monthly visitors — a vast market for a freelance graphic designer. The site is organized by area of interest called subreddits. There are subreddits for everything, including ones where designers can find and apply

Payment Matters

You have to take extra care when handling and settling payment for a project, especially as a freelance graphic designer. If you don’t, then the time and effort you invested might be for nothing. After all, you rely on such projects to pay the bills, so don’t take payment matters for

Planning for Success

As a freelance graphic designer, you are considered self-employed and have to take up the challenges of working for yourself. It also means you are basically exchanging time for money, with income based on when a client decides to hire your services — which is a scary prospect, especially if you

Looking at Your Site Design

You built your portfolio and set up your site. Now, it’s time to move on to site design. While your portfolio site has to look good and function well, its main purpose should be to convert prospects into clients. In other words, every design decision, from color to type, has to lead users to

Building Your Portfolio

Building your portfolio takes time and effort. It’s especially hard when you are starting out, since you have yet to land your first client and don’t have any previous work to show. Even so, there are a few ways you can create an outstanding portfolio that will impress future clients. Who knows