8 Ways to Promote Your Work Through Internet Collaboration

Mar 10 2010 by Alex Mathers | 26 Comments

Promoting our products and services can be a time consuming and daunting task. A lot of us get tangled up in online self promotion without realising the value in collaboration more often with other people through the web. It can be a wise way to expand your network, pool resources and save time, money and work.

8 Ways to Promote Your Work Through Internet Collaboration

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The Ingredients of a Successful Website

Mar 6 2010 by Jacob Gube | 30 Comments

The first published article on Six Revisions was about the things you need for a web project to succeed. Two years later, the site has reached a point that I would consider "successful".

The definition of "success" is different to everyone. To me, I define success as having a large audience that consists of readers from all over the globe that love and enjoy your work as much as you do.

The Ingredients of a Successful Website

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How to Make Remote Team Collaboration Work

Mar 2 2010 by Isaac Gube | 27 Comments

It’s often said that the world is getting smaller. Of course, it’s not physically getting smaller, but rather, that statement alludes to the fact that the distances that used to separate people are more manageable today because of the improvements in communication and travel.

This could not be truer on the Internet where communication is instantaneous. A letter that would have taken days to arrive could be read and replied to within minutes via email. Documents that would otherwise take days to arrive, now only take a few milliseconds.

How to Make Remote Team Collaboration Work

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How to Find Awesome Clients

Feb 16 2010 by Mathew Carpenter | 49 Comments

Thousands of service buyers complain of poor quality work from freelancers and design agencies every year; often to the point that reputations are ruined and the design industry as a whole suffers. From disappearing service providers to fly-by-night scam artists, the online world is packed with opportunities for things to go wrong, and it’s really not surprising that so many online and offline entrepreneurs have a bad impression of freelancers and one-off designers.

Of course, there’s another side to that coin.

How to Find Awesome Clients

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Five Ways to Guarantee Your Failure as a Web Professional

Jan 18 2010 by Fred Bliss | 48 Comments

This article is geared towards anyone looking to implode under the crushing weight of unsustainable business practices, unreasonable client expectations, long hours for little pay, and a general sense of bewilderment as you ponder what went wrong. While that may not be you today, you may identify with one or more of these afflictions. Are you already recalling your worst client and the headaches they have caused? Here are some of the ways that you can hurt yourself as a web professional.

Five Ways to Guarantee Your Failure as a Web Professional

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The Remote Designer: How to Work While on the Road

Jan 14 2010 by Mathew Carpenter | 28 Comments

The last two years have been a rollercoaster ride for digital employees. From massive corporate layoffs to newfound digital freedom – designers, online artists, and developers have had to create new ways to bring in clients, manage their time, and increase their income.

Beach NotebookSource: Giorgio Montersino

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A Designer’s List of New Year’s Resolutions

Dec 30 2009 by Isaac Gube | 41 Comments

Like most people around this time of year, I’ve been silently proclaiming that 2010 will be my year. I’ve been thinking about new goals, and I even thought about reading The Secret and creating my own vision board to help me achieve those goals.

Then I thought there must be a less humiliating way to ring in the new year.

So, instead of a vision board, I decided to simply write a good old fashioned list of New Year’s resolutions.

A Designer's List of New Year's Resolutions

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