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Designlab: Learn UI & UX design skills part-time & online
Pàgina on aprendre i ensenyar (de forma remunerada) coneixements UX i UI
freelancing  UI  UX 
2 days ago by gerardus
Interviews with remote workers — RemoteHabits
RemoteHabits is all about remote working. Learn how other people started with remote work by reading interviews from dozens of people in their fields.
freelancing 
3 days ago by pmigdal
John Maeda: If You Want to Survive in Design, You Better Learn to Code | WIRED
SILICON VALLEY FINALLY understands the essential role of design. Products look better than ever, interfaces feel intuitive, and companies are hiring designers at an increasing rate. But the designer's role in tech is changing. It's no longer enough to iterate and understand your user. What companies need now are designers who can empathize and bang out lines of Javascript.

These computational designers exist in a hazy middle ground—not quite pure engineers, not quite pure designers—but their hybrid status is increasingly attractive to technology companies that are looking for employees who can both identify problems and build solutions. “When you can do both, you can do things that no one else can do,” says John Maeda. “Technology companies that innovate tend to have these unique people.”
design  coding  freelancing  business 
3 days ago by herchuckness
“You’ll pay a lot but you’ll get more than you paid for” | Seth's Blog
“You’ll pay a lot but you’ll get more than you paid for”
This has always been a viable position in the marketplace.

For freelancers of every kind, it remains the best one.

The hard part isn’t charging a lot. The hard part is delivering more than the person paid for.

[I just discovered that I riffed on this three months ago. So, in the spirit of making sure we don’t waste a day, here’s some more on this topic…]

There’s a chasm.

On one hand, there are the endless promises and perfection that are promised by the short-term marketer and the aggressive salesperson.

And on the other, there’s the service provider, freelancer, bureaucrat and hard working frontline worker who’s on defense. Who wants the customer to accept the least, not the most.

One approach is to keep working to survive the chasm. To hype more and apologize later for all that hype.

The other approach, the one I’m hoping you’ll consider, is to charge enough (and then spend that money) to actually keep the big promises you just made.

A race to the top, one that doesn’t happen simply because you announced you’re going to try harder. It happens because you invest in training, staff and materials to make it likely you can actually keep that promise.
freelancing  seth-godin  business 
11 days ago by lwhlihu
Montoya
a pretentious space for creative workers. I doubt it but could maybe be interesting for me one day, you never know.
workspace  work  share  space  coworking  barcelona  poblenou  poble  nou  freelancing 
11 days ago by piperh
Insurance and the gig economy - Your policy is arriving in three minutes
Apr 5th 2018 |

In the longer term insurers face a more fundamental challenge: disintermediation. Airbnb, a platform for booking stays in private homes, has offered a “host guarantee” against theft and vandalism since 2011. Although it works like insurance, no specialist firm is involved. Airbnb makes payouts itself. Curtis Scott of Uber boasts that the firm is “perhaps the most educated purchaser of insurance ever”. It does a lot of the calculations for pricing and underwriting its insurance risk, and has a potential sales platform in the form of its app. For Uber and its peers, the next step could be to expand their gig offerings into insurance.
Airbnb  disintermediation  gig_economy  insurance  freelancing  Uber 
17 days ago by jerryking

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