Adam Ladd has worked in branding, art direction, and magazine layout, and along the way, he happened to see and use type—a lot. Having been the art director and designer for both HOW and Print magazines, you've probably seen his work, especially if you were a regular reader of those two publications.
If you're having trouble getting paid, you're not alone. And lucky for you, your union is doing something about it.
After Breakfast Roundtables, we'll break into 2 tracks for the morning -- a request from last year's attendees. In the Beginner Track, Intro to Marketing for Freelancers (that's my session on how to create a basic Marketing Machine), followed by Basic Money Management Strategies for Freelancers, with Joe D'Agnese and Denise Kiernan, the authors...
Make today "Money Monday." And if you're not sure what to start with today, take a look at what invoices need to be sent out and, especially, which clients have outstanding invoices. It may be time to give them a little nudge, probably not your favorite thing to do, but essential if you want...
It wasn't sexy, but it was kind of fun. I'm talking about last night's in-person and extremely hands-on workshop at the Freelancers Union, The Cure to "Feast or Famine" Freelancing, with me and Galia Gichon of Down to Earth Finance. The event was not videotaped or recorded in any way. You had to be there to...
Here's the 3rd installment in our 3-part series on launching your F/T freelancing business, featuring Alisa Bonsignore (writer) and Heather Parlato (designer), both of whom were forced into freelancing.
In addition to the upcoming 4th Annual Creative Freelancer Conference in Chicago this June 23-24, 2011, we're testing a pilot program of mini-events, presented by The Creative Group and sponsored by The Creative Freelancer Conference.
It’s Friday afternoon as I write this, my dear freelancers, and that can mean only one thing: Friday Afternoon Invoicing.
Use promo code DCEB2B until midnight (EST) Friday, Jan 28th for $10 off my new 3-part webcast series, The Creative Professional's Guide to Money, which starts Feb 10.
Remember, for the IRS to consider your activity a business you must have a profit motive not a tax reduction motive!