I haven't written here much recently and I think it's about time for an update. I have a lot of different things to mention so I toyed with the idea of doing individual posts for each, but in the end I thought it would be most productive to just do
There are little things that I learn in this job almost every single day. Sometimes they're just handy bits of information or useful resources, other times they're real eye openers to things I've been doing wrong. I thought it might be useful to write some down in case anyone else
Grab a coffee, get comfortable and make sure you read this post in full. It's dawned on me in the last couple of days that I've screwed up my pricing big time. I've made a really obvious mistake that's meant I've been losing 80% of all my money. The Phases
The Story This is a slightly delayed post on my part but I just wanted to point everyone to an article that I published on Web Designer Depot last week. As many of you already know, I've been working with Virgin Atlantic for the last few months and that culminated
This post has been a long time coming, I think it's important that I document both for myself and for anyone reading my blog that starting a web design business isn't all bunny rabbits and dollar signs. Just like anything else in life, there are highs, and there are lows.
This post originally started out as a comment that I was going to leave on this article over at FreelaceSwitch, but after a couple of paragraphs I decided that it was something that I cared enough about to turn into a full article. It's a really great post about new