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Can you go further and faster, together?
SuperHi's community specialist Brian on taking on new challenges and the lessons he's learned.
We all have something that's unique about each of us and it’s important to be able to share that with our potential clients.
Nika writes about how to keep up with the fast-changing tools in design.
Max Pete on what it really takes to freelance full-time, and stick it out for the long term.
Career reinvention doesn't look one way and we're all on the same page.
Today, Nika walks through what to do when you think it might be time to give up on your dream career.
We chat to SuperHi's designer and art director André Cândido on his creative process as he worked through SuperHi's brand refresh.
Nobody ever said it was going to be easy. Why big changes don't equal big growth and how to live and thrive in the uncertainty.
We chat to designer Meg Lewis on how she's built a company based entirely on her personality.
The hardest thing about side projects isn't coming up with ideas.
Anyone who's wanted to work on a creative side project has come across the challenge of not knowing exactly what to work on.
We chat to information designer Giorgia Lupi on how she manages her creative process, making Happy Data, and the book she's writing next.
A brief look at creative side projects you may or may not have heard of.
The side hustle has become synonymous with success and ambition in modern work, but is it really the best way to achieve your goals?
We chat to designer Anton Sten on working remotely, "dining together" with your team, and making Toast.
How do we decide what creative work to keep for ourselves and what work to do for others?
Are you living that #wfh life? Alice Katter shares her tips on how to stay creative while working from home.
If only there was a formula to producing good creative work. There isn't, but let's try to get as close as we can.
We chat to designer Olivia Charlesworth on her journey as a freelancer, what she's learned, and what she's still learning.
The internet is a noisy place, both a web of beautiful, boundless connections and information and a cesspool of whatever you can possibly imagine. It can be the best of places and the worst of places.
Daniel Milroy Maher's bread and butter isn't the design or code work, but the spaces in between: the cultural discourse, the celebration of designers and artists, the work it takes to create a space for creatives to thrive.
Maybe it's not about balance: maybe self care is about whatever you need to keep going, to keep doing, to say all the things you want to say.
We chat to designer Carolyn Zhang about all kinds of things, from what it took to make the leap, to her take on the future of freelancing, to what it means to make meaningful and creative work.
It's time to talk about what you want to build for your future, freelancing and beyond.
You're operating the engine of your independence. That means deciding what you're worth, closing the sale, and managing your cash flow.
When you really need work and the long game won't work for now, you've got to get out there and go get it.
Wanted: freelance developers, designers, writers, artists, marketers, and creatives - all of you who aim to live and work in the mysterious yet wonderful, and sometimes anxiety-ridden world of creative freelancing.
We chat to Tina Essmaker on false beliefs about work, the pressures of social media, and making small changes that add up over time.