I find it tough to make people understand about my work, mostly because of working at two companies distributedly. When people ask me “Where do you work?” The answer usually is “I work at two companies named Dingi & Cookups.” Then the whooing, wowing and whatnot starts. I manage to explain them with my time & day distribution. Eventually, they get it and think its like normal one place work, just in a different way. But Only I understand that it’s more than that. Managing two products distributedly is a bit more challenging than your regular job. This article is about facing those challenges for any of you who are trying to face the two-face(pun! anyone?) challenge like me. Continue reading “How I manage to work on two startups at once”
I am a cross-platform guy. I tend to work on every platforms. Recently I switched to a hackintosh build. Still I use windows & arch on my old pal hp probook. I use chrome in all of the platforms. It has some beautiful & handy extensions which are available on every platforms. I use some of them regularly to serve my work needs. I will share some of them to you guys thinking this extensions might come in handy on your work. Also they are free to use. Enjoy!
Some of the common questions that I get a lot:
Can I get your upwork profile link?
I am bidding continuously but can’t find any work, How to bid perfectly? How do you do it?
And so on.
When I tell them that I don’t usually work on marketplaces but I do remote & freelance work. They got surprised and think(assuming :P) “wow! I am so cool. How I do that?”. Actually I am not that cool yet, I just do some basic things to make myself visible to the world. Lots of designers from around the world do this. You’ll be also able to do that after reading this article (yeey). Hope this vague article can help you regarding getting design works easily. I am assuming that you are already
a designer and have done lot of basic practices & can do professional projects. Continue reading “Getting Remote Design Jobs/Contracts without Marketplaces”