Ever share a post on social, but you don’t like the image that displays with the link you’ve used? It could be some random small thumbnail or unrelated picture. It’s pretty easy to solve. Templates are key to consistency I’m no designer. I appreciate good design, but I’m not obsessive enough about it. What I do […]
You’ve got a website and domain. It might be a long url, or even a medium length one. In my case, I’ve got https://www.regularsteven.com/. It’s length doesn’t matter too much if it’s memorable or easy to type. That’s the URL or brand that you’re wanting people to type out in the address bar or Google. […]
I try to reply fast. If I get an email inquiry, an photography print order, a facebook message on my business page. I try get back promptly. And often it lands me client work. Good stuff for a freelancer.
Some time back, I wrote about Data & Stories, specifically on how I was working on a product that was designed to bring these two disciplines together. And for reference, the working title is ‘MeasureMight’. Prototyping the idea. I designed and built a prototype. It did cool stuff, for me, but not anyone else. I managed […]
This isn’t a question I’ve asked myself until this week. And don’t stress, I’m totally fine. But one of my contacts has found their business in a state of concern following the sudden passing of their web-developer. The specific issue? They commissioned a web developer to build a business admin tool, that they were hosting […]
With any investment, it pays to have a diverse portfolio. The idea of putting all your eggs in one basket has obvious repercussions in a real-life scenario. With social media, people aren’t just putting all their eggs in one basket, but they’re putting everything in someone else’s. Time, energy focus and content to someone else’s […]