At the start of every work day, I go through my inbox, deleting read, unread, and unopened emails. Most of those that I delete are commercial emails from retail stores. But occasionally, I delete an email solely because I don’t think I’m the intended audience.
When I first began learning about responsive web design, I was frustrated that I could create a fluid layout, but not have fluid typography. The problem started because for a long time, I used pixels to specify font size.
Over a week ago, I applied for a freelance position with a small business seeking a designer with marketing experience. One of the questions asked on the job application included a critique of the company home page above the fold.
In two previous articles about listing your prices online, I gave three reasons not to list them on your website and 3 reasons to list them online. However, both articles assume that you already have a pricing strategy for your services.
If you’re struggling to determine prices for your services, then this article explains four different pricing strategies that you could apply to your service-based business.