Read my speech and browse the slides I’d created for my first session at WordCamp Vancouver titled “Five Figure Freelancing”.
Learn 10 simple things that you can start doing today that will help you set yourself apart from other WordPress amateurs.
Today I’m equally excited and proud to announce that I’ve earned the title of the most productive developer on Codeable.
I’ve officially accepted my invitation to speak at WordCamp Tampa on September 11th. Learn how to earn more as a freelancer.
This highly regimented list of “must-pack” travel gear will allow you to quickly shift between work and play while traveling.
I’ve officially accepted my invitation to speak at WordCamp Vancouver on August 27th. Learn how to earn more as a freelancer.
Learn to spot seven more “Red Flag” traits that you’ll come across most often while on-boarding new clients as a freelancer.
Learning to spot “Red Flag” clients takes practice, but if you don’t avoid them, then freelancing is really going to suck for you.
Eight more things you should start doing to establish yourself as a great client. The kind of client developers prefer working with.
Seven things you can start doing today to establish yourself as a great client. The kind of client developers prefer to work with.
Let’s take a moment together to celebrate the very best clients. You’ll also find some tips to help you become an even better client.
Receiving over 500 perfect 5-star reviews has been no small task. This latest milestone post of mine lets my clients do all the talking.
These are seven more rules I followed to ensure my own personal transition into full-time freelancing was successful.
These are the first eight rules I followed to ensure I’d never have to sit at another desk, or at least one that I didn’t want to, again.
Well, it’s been quite a while since I’ve been to summer camp, but that’s about to change in a big way this year via WordCamp 2016.
I’m incredibly excited to announce that I’ve busted my way into the top 10 WordPress developers on Codeable. At the time of this post I’m holding down 7th place.
Designing for mobile first versus responsive web design is not a chicken-and-egg conundrum; one can exist without the other.
Today, over 60% of consumers digital media time is being spent on mobile devices. It’s no longer good enough to think solely about the desktop version of your website.