We graphic designers are creative people. It’s in our blood, it’s who we are. And as creative people, we need an outlet for our creativity. We get some of it through client work but limitations and restrictions hold our full potential back. The only way for us to truly unleash our creativity is by working on personal projects for ourselves.
Here are a few tips to stack the odds in your favour and improve your chances of winning over design clients on the phone, through video or face to face.
A Virtual Assistant is someone who can help your graphic design business by freeing up your time and allowing you to concentrate on growing your business.
I’m trying a different approach to this week’s podcast. Instead of talking about a single subject related to running your home-based graphic design business, I’m going to share 12 random graphic design tips with you.
At it’s most fundamental level, a design portfolio is simply a way to say “look at me, see how great I am, you should hire me”. It’s a way to showcase what you are capable of doing in the hopes of impressing potential clients to want to work with you.
Sounds crazy, doesn’t it? Using Holidays to Build Your Graphic Design Business. But bare with me. I’m not talking about drumming up business while on your family vacation. Although if you can, more power to you. What I’m talking about is promoting the actual holidays themselves.