Creative Industry Related Information for Graphic Designers & Web Designers!

I have a guy freelancing for me that won’t sign my non-compete. What would you do in a situation like this? Isn’t it pretty normal for freelancers to sign non-competes?

Posted: March 27th, 2020 | Author: | Filed under: Business | Tags: , , | No Comments »

The form you are getting your freelancer to sign is really more for an employee of your firm or more of a permanent freelancer that you hire on full-time to part-time basis. My suggestion is to use a “work-for-hire” agreement. This form will protect you from all sorts of stuff and will act as a confidential agreement. If this person does not want to sign this form, I would advise to use caution when using them.


Free ebook: The Freelance Web Designer’s Guide

Posted: June 27th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Business | Tags: , , | No Comments »
The revolution has begun, and if you haven’t noticed, you’re missing out on an enormous opportunity.

Freelancing has always been a common “hobby” for creative professionals like designers and writers, but in the last decade or so, creative pros have started leaving the nine-to-five life in droves.

Now, this post isn’t meant to lure you to the “dark side” of freelancing, but to explain why it’s become the fastest growing professional group of our time (and will continue to be).

But if you’ve even thought about taking the leap, now may be the best time in history to do so.

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