First of all we need to know what a freelancer is and what “freelancing” means? A freelancer is usually a self-employed person who works as a web designer, developer, content writer or even a blogger. More precisely, he contracts a small/medium (rarely large) task from various clients and receives money when the work is done. This means that, as a freelancer you can work at home while staying in your bed, anytime and keeping your own schedule.
I’ve decided my primary focus this year to be on improving my productivity. Almost 4 months have passed. Lots of lessons learned. One of them was: do not make things complex if they can be kept simple. Same with to-do lists. Below you have 5 very simple, yet powerful online to-do tools you might find useful.
I’ve done my best to help you make an informed choice by listing and reviewing the best tools I found so far.Read More
April, april! I tried to trick my colleague, then few of my friends and I understood I am too honest person to try to evil trick somebody! Only thing I tried on Twitter was – to tell everybody I will give up on this site and put it on sale on Flippa.com –seeing my daily passion of course none believed me! I guess even on April 1 I cannot trick you and give up! We will work even harder to bring quality – don’t worry!
Okay, but this quick article will be about telling you what happened over the Internet world, what tricks creative minds tried to do to fool us! It will be fun and watch out – whole community is buzzing and trying to fool you!Read More
The way different colors influence our mood, state of soul and body is really exciting. Most of us do not realize how it works and only a few probably pay attention. Though the influence of the colors may be some what overestimated, we can obviously feel it in some situations (imagine yourself in a dark red room or in the room in the sky colors). Today we’ll be speaking about color perception and color psychology in website design, the way different brands use colors and what’s their message.Read More
e-Commerce sites live from articles they sell online and for them shopping cart abandonment is a major problem. A high shopping cart abandon rate, imply a lower conversion rate and the consequence is a loss of revenue.
In this article we will briefly define the shopping cart abandonment, the problem as well as common approaches on how to improve e-commerce shopping cart abandonment.Read More
I was very happy to see that Mozilla created a new version of Firefox. Firefox 3.6 is without a doubt the most stable version ever made. In this new version many bugs have been corrected and everything is working just perfect. I was thinking about making some customization for my own Firefox so I thought it will be nice to share with you some of the best Firefox Themes I’ve seen.
These themes are great for any type of Firefox user so without a doubt you will find one that’s suitable to your needs. Bring some color into your Firefox Browser and Enjoy!Read More
As designers and developers our clients are our business, so a key part of being successful is cultivating a healthy relationship with them. We are usually so caught up with the “project-in-project-out” mentality, we forget that one of our greatest assets as freelancers is a reoccurring client. In this 3rd article of Client Tactics series, we will discuss the reasons for managing existing clients. We will also see how to manage them effectively.Read More
In today’s busy world, everyone strives to save time. It’s interesting to see how some simple tools can help you a lot in increasing your productivity. Today I’m going to show you some tools I use everyday to increase my productivity. Some are Mac apps, but some are online ones, so if you’re not part of the Mac cult, its okay!Read More