You know how when you first started thinking about freelancing you thought about how incredible it would be?
Those thoughts of being able to work where you want, when you want. And that belief that you’d finally have tons of time to work on different projects.
Agreed, freelancing is amazing, BUT there’s that whole issue with time.
Because from the minute you decide to put your slippers on and become a freelancer, you’re suddenly expected to do more than just what you rock at professionally. Now you’re also expected to be:
- office manager,
- accountants department,
- meeting coordinator
… you get where I’m going with this.
There are a bunch of ever growing tools out there to help you out.
The question is, how are you supposed to figure out what tools you need and which ones are the best?
We asked hundreds of awesome Donanza freelancers what are their favorite freelancer tools, and put together this comprehensive list of the best tools for 2013.
Check them out, use them, share them with your other freelancer pals, and let us know if there’s anything we missed that MUST be on there, before the year is out.
4 Solutions for Full-Screen Background Images – April 9, 2012
Nice example of a full screen background image at: http://www.photoshop-plus.co.uk/content/tutorials/css-background/index.html
Responsive Typography: The Basics – by Oliver Reichenstein