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5 Things I Did Before I Quit My Day Job

March 13, 2017

Starting your own business is a lot of work. If it’s something you’re really passionate about though, then its definitely worth it! I went from working for myself to a full-time design job, and back to freelancing, all within a 5 year time period. For me, nothing beat being my own boss and having the flexibility to work the hours that I choose. I finally took the leap into full-time entrepreneurship and I’m not turning back this time around. If you’re interested in working for yourself then keep reading to discover the 5 things that I did before quitting my day job. I Did the Math The first thing I did before transitioning from side hustle to full-time entrepreneur was to... View Article

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I Quit My Day Job: My First Week of Freelancing

March 2, 2017

I know I’ve been very quiet on the blog recently but I’ve been working really hard behind the scenes. I’m excited to announce that I quit my day job and I’m going to be working on Jules Design full time! Yay! I’m so excited that this is finally happening after all of my hard work and dedication to making this dream a reality. I still have a long way to go but its so liberating to take that first step into entrepreneurship. I should probably mention that this actually isn’t my first time taking the leap into full-time freelancing. A couple of years ago, in 2011, I started Jules Design and worked on my business full time until 2014. I... View Article

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How to Create a Successful Design Proposal

December 19, 2016

Before I create a proposal, I always start by getting to know my potential client. I ask them a few specific questions to determine if we will work well together and if I’m the right person for the job. If I’m really excited about the project then I know it will be a great fit! My next step is to send them my media kit with more information about my design process and pricing. This is also a good time to jump on the phone or connect via Skype to ensure that we are both clear on all of the details before I create the proposal. This is the final step in the process before a contract is signed and... View Article

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Creating a Stunning Color Palette

November 16, 2016

COLOR THEORY Going back to the basics of color theory is a great place to start when putting together a color palette. If you’re new to design than I definitely recommend familiarizing yourself with the color wheel. If you start by creating color palettes using the following guidelines than it is likely that you will end up with an appealing color palette. The magic really happens though when you create a custom color palette, which doesn’t follow any predefined color schemes. Doing this gives your brand a completely unique look, that represents your true identity. Monochromatic Uses variations in lightness and saturation of a single color. Analogous Uses a color that is next to each other on the color wheel. Complimentary Uses colors that are... View Article

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