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
Freelancing with international clients
Working with overseas clients can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.Read
An email is not a contract
An email is better than a verbal agreement, but it’s no replacement for a contract.Read
The trouble with NDAs
Why I don’t sign generic Non–Disclosure Agreements.Read
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