How I Freelance As A Digital Graphic Designer
I started freelancing as a digital graphic designer 10 years ago, and I’m still going strong. Freelancing is a great way to make money, especially if you are just starting out in your career. You can work from home or anywhere else that has an internet connection. Personally, I like to travel with my laptop so when I go on vacation or take a break from school I can still earn some cash!
Find an Expert
Find an Expert
Find a mentor. Find a community. Find a client. These are the three things that you need to do if you want to freelance as a digital graphic designer, and they’re all equally important in their own way. Once you have those three things in place (and if your work is good), then everything else will follow suit!
Being responsive is an essential part of being a freelancer. If you’re not responsive, your clients will not want to work with you again. Being responsive means responding to emails within 24 hours–or at least letting the person know that you are working on their project and when they can expect a response from you.
Being responsive also means being available when needed. Many times I have had clients schedule meetings or calls at times when I was unavailable due to other projects or appointments I had set up beforehand (like meeting with my accountant). It’s important that clients understand this before scheduling something so they don’t get frustrated when their requests aren’t met immediately by me personally even though they know who works on their project as well as exactly how long it takes us all together before getting back into action!
Know Your Value
- Know your value.
- Be confident in your skills.
- Set a price that is fair to