Something to rely on if things go wrong.
If you don’t use a contract, you’re asking for it.
It doesn’t take much effort to put one together and one day it will come in handy.
What being a musician taught me about working for yourself
Musician → Web Designer. These two fields seem worlds apart, but being a musician has been useful in my freelance career.Read
You’re not at war with your clients
How to avoid difficult client relationships.Read
Why freelancers should issue late fees
Late payments are a top issue for freelancers.Read
Five years of freelancing: 20 practical tips
In 2018, I marked five years of being a freelance web designer. Here’s what I’ve learnt along the way.Read
Protecting your freelance work
How to stop unscrupulous clients from nicking your work.Read
An email is not a contract
An email is better than a verbal agreement, but it’s no replacement for a contract.Read
Freelancing with international clients
Working with overseas clients can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.Read
The trouble with NDAs
Why I don’t sign generic Non–Disclosure Agreements.Read
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