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Photography Website Designer Alex Vita.

Photography Website Designer Alex Vita

Specialize as a Web Designer There are many reasons to pick a niche as a creative freelancer. Clients trust experts, word of mouth works better, and your marketing becomes more straightforward. For your inspiration, and to give you a little push to specialize, I interview creative freelancers who have chosen their niche. Meet Alex Vita!

David Michael Moore. Illustrator for Speakers & Thought-Leaders

David Michael Moore: Illustrator for Speakers & Thought-Leaders

Specialize as a Freelance Illustrator There are many reasons to pick a niche as a creative freelancer. Clients trust experts, word of mouth works better, and your marketing becomes more straightforward. For your inspiration, and to give you a little push to specialize, I interview freelance creatives who have chosen their niche. Meet David Michael

Finding Your Niche. Design Niches NOT to Target

Finding Your Niche: Design Niches NOT to Target

The Bad, the Ugly (and the Good) Probably the most common way to specialize as freelance web or graphic designer is to target a specific industry. But what industry should you target, especially when you’re starting out? On LinkedIn, I asked a bunch of experienced freelance web & graphic designers for their advice.  ‘ What client

I Hate Fucking Mexicans. Theatrical Poster Design for The Flea Theatre by Freelance Graphic Designer Jaime Vallés

Jaime Vallés: Theatrical Advertising Expert

Specialize as a Graphic Designer There are many reasons to pick a niche as a creative freelancer. Clients trust experts, word of mouth works better, and your marketing becomes more straightforward. For your inspiration, and to give you a little push to specialize, I interview freelancers who have chosen their niche. Next out: It’s show

Minimalist Freelance Graphic and Website Designer Justin Page Wood

Justin Page Wood: Minimalist Website and Graphic Designer

There are good reasons to specialize as a creative freelancer: Clients trust experts, word of mouth works better, and your marketing becomes straightforward. Meet Justin Page Wood., a Californian freelance creative. Justin is The Minimalist Website and Graphic Designer. He is active in many creative fields, but he is mastering them all the minimalist’s way. Hi Justin, what’s your niche? The

Umbrella Mock-up for APPA by Freelance Graphic Designer Marty Daley. Click to visit Marty Daley's website!

Marty Daley: Passionate for Promotional Products

Meet Marty Daley, an Australian freelance graphic designer with three strong passions: Promotional products, his clients, and Jesus, his savior. Marty is a prime example of a graphic designer who differentiates himself by combining industry-specific skills with outstanding customer service.  Hi Marty, what’s your niche? Creating promotional product mock-ups and logo redraws for the promotional industry in Australia. Why did you

The World as 100 People by Infographic Designer Jack Hagley

Jack Hagley: Infographics Designer

Specialize as a Graphic Designer There are many reasons to pick a niche as a creative freelancer. Clients trust experts, word of mouth works better, and your marketing becomes more straightforward. For your inspiration, and to give you a little push to specialize, I interview freelancers who have chosen their niche. Next out: Jack Hagley, a

Sports Design for Birmingham Barons' by Graphic Designer John Hartwell.

John Hartwell: Sports Identity Designer

Specialize as a Graphic Designer There are many reasons to pick a niche as a creative freelancer. Clients trust experts, word of mouth works better, and your marketing becomes more straightforward. For your inspiration, and to give you a little push to specialize, I interview freelancers who have chosen their niche. Next out: John Hartwell,

Book Cover Designs by Freelance Book Cover Designer Scarlett Rugers

Scarlett Rugers: Specialized Book Cover Designer

There are good reasons to specialize as a freelance creative: Clients trust experts, word of mouth works better, and your marketing becomes much more straightforward. To inspire you to specialize, and to give you a little push, I interview designers who already have picked their niche. Today: Scarlett Rugers, an Australian freelance graphic designer who

Finding Your Design Niche - Real-Life Examples.

Finding Your Design Niche: 50+ Real-Life Examples

50+ Design Niches Actually Picked As a freelance creative you have good reasons for specializing your business. Many pick a design niche to specialize in. For inspiration and to see what is possible, check out these niche design businesses. They are all freelance businesses (or small design studios) run by real-life, established graphic designers, illustrators or web designers. Do you want even more niche examples?

Rush. Double-Play Steelbook Design by Freelance Graphic Designer Elliot Cardona.

Elliot Cardona: Freelance Graphic Designer Specializing in Film

Specialize as a Freelance Graphic Designer There are good reasons to specialize as a creative freelancer: Clients trust experts, word of mouth works better, and your marketing becomes straightforward. To inspire you to specialize, and to give you a little push, I interview freelance graphic designers who already have picked their niche. This time: Elliot

Sean Turtle: Freelance graphic designer specialising in wargaming. Packaging design for Mantic Games. The Warpath product range.

Sean Turtle: Freelance Graphic Designer Specialized in Wargaming

Specialize as a Creative Freelancer There are many reasons to specialize as a creative freelancer: Clients trust experts, word of mouth works better, and your marketing becomes more straightforward. For your inspiration, and to give you a little push to specialize, I interview freelance graphic designers, illustrators and web designers who already have chosen their niche.

Featured - 70 Percent Qualified Twitter Followers

How I Got My First 1,000 Twitter Followers

70% Qualified Followers I just hit 1,000 followers for Flaunt My Design’s Twitter account. It took me roughly 9 months and 3 weeks. I’m very happy with my followers, since 70% of them clearly belong to my target group. I gained my first 1,000 Twitter followers almost exclusively (91%) through follow-backs. (more…)

Laser Camera Cutaway. Technical Illustration by Creative Freelancer James Provost

James Provost: Freelancer & Technical Illustrator Extraordinaire

Specialize as a Creative Freelancer There are many reasons to specialize as a creative freelancer: Clients trust experts, word of mouth works better, and your marketing becomes more straightforward. For your inspiration, and to give you a little push to specialize, I interview graphic designers, illustrators and web designers who already have chosen their niche. (more…)