These are skills you might find useful as a freelance web developer. You’ll notice they are not relevant to actual web development. If you’re working in a larger environment, it can still be useful to note the basics of these: someone who understands basic limitations of other people’s jobs is usually easier to work with, and can sometimes provide cross-disciplinary insight. However, in a larger organization you’ll also probably have another person — if not a department with multiple teams — to worry about these things, so it’s not as crucial.
I am a thousand percent not a lawyer. Do not rely on this resource alone to build your contract. This information is provided without any guarantees. This information is not legal advice. You really shouldn’t be relying on a web generalist for your legal advice. Again, I strongly encourage research and consultation for your freelance contract. I also remind you that jurisdictions vary: your town, county, state, or country might be totally different from what you read here or elsewhere on the Internet. Get a real lawyer to verify your contract and ascertain you’re within the legal constraints of your […]
Organization isn’t easy. What works for one person might not work for everyone else. To make matters worse, there are about a billion and two tools out there — it can be really tough figuring out what’s worth your time.
In real life, I’m frequently asked how I get fast at things on the computer. This guide addresses some common tips for speeding up at general computer use for beginners.
This is a 101 guide to buying a website. It’s intended to guide first-time website buyers through some preliminary preparation steps. As the buyer of a website, these are things you can do to prepare before talking to anyone or asking questions. Note: if you’re thinking about buying a website and you have a specific developer in mind, you should probably read their information on preparation.
Some tips for job interviewing and the like — on the Internet, using technology and job-search sites to search. I’m not an expert, but this is what I’ve gathered. I spent a lot of time on the Reddit r/resumes community circa early 2013 reviewing resumes. I interviewed for jobs in mid-2013 and late 2014/early 2015.