Posts Tagged ‘ freelance ’

Interview With Mostafa Nassar

Interview With Mostafa NassarToday we bring you an interview with talented Canadian digital artist Mostafa Nassar. His unique paintings feature a lot of dark and horror themes that he feels have endless possibilities. In out interview we discuss many topics ranging from the equipment he uses to why he decided to start painting. Be sure to check out this great interview.

http://psd.tutsplus.com/articles/inspiration/mostafa-nassar-interview/

The biggest freelance mistakes… and how to avoid them!

http://www.netmagazine.com/features/biggest-freelance-mistakes-and-how-avoid-them

Surly bosses, packed mass transit, office politics — all anathema to your self-employed lifestyle. The following tips by Matt Schiffman will teach you how to stay independent and avoid some common mistakes related to freelancing

The cube-farm mentality of workmanship is slowly coming to an end. A new era of productivity in the information age is encouraging impermanent collaboration between skilled professionals and businesses. Your ability to spot this professional trend and being on the bleeding edge of your trade is why you became a freelancer — or you got laid off and didn’t really have a choice.

Either way, controlling your professional destiny is now part of what defines your career. You have a chance to carve out a great niche in your industry and be at the top of your game. However, a few untimely slip-ups could cause you to lose the latitude, independence and professional freedom you’ve become accustomed to. Some not-so-obvious blunders could land you right back in the nine-to-five daily grind or, even worse, with no gig at all.

In this article I’m going to share with you some of my most glaring freelancing mistakes so you can avoid making them. Now on to it…