With the amount of changes that come upon this industry each year, most web designers have set a new standard when it comes to the term, “run and gun”.
I had a business coach during the first year I started the studio. I was doing a small amount of business, had a few steady clients, and was really focused on growing. I wanted the studio to become something bigger.
When people ask me why I decided to start my own studio my standard response is, “because I made a terrible employee”.
As designers we at times have trouble saying, “no”. Amazing projects seem to drop in our laps all the time, but should we always say, “yes”?
When I decided to take on this project and produce 100 days of writing I tried to be a realist.