If you are freelance illustrator/designer and you kept working stedily for years, you are more than likely a business person. Not only you do creative work, but you also have to do everything else required to make the business run smoothly.
I will designate this space of my blog to post interesting and highly educational articles I found around, that will help shed some light and aid you along the way. These situations are very common in the world of any freelancer, so if you are about to make a switch from corporate world into freelance, or you are in the beginning of your career, find out what to expect.
As I said, you may want to come back from time to time and see the compilation of articles growing, as I will be adding on to the existing list.
How to make a logo
The ultimate guide to logo design: 40 pro tips
What To Do When You Fall Back Into Your Old, Less Productive Ways
Two critical legal concepts all freelancers have to know to be safe
The Psychology Of Color In Design
Christoph Neimann: Short Deadlines Make You Think Straight – interview
Charging by the Project or the Hour
How to become a freelance artist
An Introduction to Freelance Artists Job
Stop trying to find new freelance clients
What’s the magic number of design proofs your client get?
Signs you’re going to be a great freelance designer
Freelance preparedness – hot to keep business alive when times get hard
Is inner argument holding back your productivity?
Is boredom good for your creativity?