Applying lean startup principles to freelancing.
Old, but good.
If you’re not living the rockstar dreams you thought you should be, here are some reasons why that might be.
There are lots of pieces, but that’s not all there is.
More from the branding department.
The secret weapon? Hard work and preparation. You thought it might be something else?
Be available, do things that others won’t, like answer the phone.
Sound advice, especially since it’s used so often to get you more work.
A baseball wasn’t on the list.
A good set of general questions whether you are the subcontractor or the one subcontracting the work.
Some tips if you’re just starting out.
If you have to do this type of thing, here’s a couple thoughts on various ways to break down the pitch.
A look at how to close more deals by changing how you present your fees to potential clients.
Some updates to ZURB to help make sketching initial concepts eaiser with a set of omnigraffle stencils.
If you’re using SASS these might make your life better.
If you sling code for a living you’ve likely seen Sublime Text 2 rise to one of the go to editor choices. There’s a good chance you can build your code with it, here’s a collection of some such ways.
I’m sure there are versions of this for all the disciplines
Some updated advice.
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