An illustrator talks about creating his own career making his own comics.
A photographer with a penchant for collage talks about crafting her career.
A computer-loving wordsmith talks on crafting a career at the intersection of language and technology.
An independent game designer tells us about keeping his day job.
The partner of the product studio of your dreams talks about building products.
The man who wrote the book on pricing talks about pricing.
A staff and freelance illustrator discusses how he got into the illustration game and how he continues to hone in on his own style.
A UX and product designer discusses how she sets a strong foundation for her projects, from pricing to deliverables.
A developer and founder discusses visa challenges in making the move from London to New York City.
A designer discusses shaping her career around her passions from politics to community.
A generalist decides to focus his energy and increase his time by creating a firm of specialists.
A remote project manager discusses how she keeps the wheels moving on projects and handles relationships from coast to coast.
Two multi-disciplinarian designers discuss balancing full-time jobs with moonlighting at their own studio and how to teach clients how to give better feedback.
A typographer, letterer, and book designer shares how she learned to price herself and build confidence in the value of her work.
A designer/developer from Brooklyn discusses his love for prototyping and following his gut.
A design duo from San Francisco talks about their shared studio practice and building lasting relationships.
An iOS developer from Bristol discusses working remotely and the pros & cons of pet projects versus freelancing for clients.
A freelance copywriter from Chicago talks about being open to change and honing in on the clients she wants to work with.
A freelance web designer from Nova Scotia discusses juggling work and maintaining client relationships.
A freelance graphic designer from London talks about the value of time and the challenge of learning to say “no” to work.
Two Colorado-based agency co-founders talk about their transition from freelancing individually to running a small agency.
A freelance designer from London speaks out against charging for your time and discusses jumping from one freelance gig to the next.
A freelancer based in Tulsa, Oklahoma shares her dream about switching freelance disciplines to become a children’s book illustrator.