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more, Product Manual is your essential guide to building remarkable products.

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CEMO is a process to help you design out waste in commercial refurbishments and builds using Circular Economy* principles

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Somehow we’ve gotten into the mindset that a logo — this thing that does nothing more than identify us — is so incredibly important.

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Unfiltered - Inspiring Business Brilliance

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Ben Burns is an award-winning designer, a digital director at Blind, brand strategy design consultancy, and COO at The Futur (online education teaching designers how to run a creative business).

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Ron runs One Hour Professor, a blog in which he informs his readers how are things going on with his 6 other projects. Yes, as you have heard… His portfolio consists of six different websites, with different levels of success! Understand how Ron is making $10,000/Month by learning from his mistakes.

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Interface Lovers is an online magazine for creative professionals. We put the spotlight on designers that are creating the future and touching the lives of many

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We are a venture studio dedicated to the early stages of the founders journey. We co-create and fund companies by combining expertise, capital and execution craft.

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In this post, I’m going to share everything I know about attracting good clients with...

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added by Trent Morgan on Aug 07, 2018

Web designers are some of the hardest working people I know. Which is why I don't envy them having to design websites and other content for clients while managing their freelance design business and continually being on the lookout for new clients. Something I'm reminded of when I think about this, however, is the fact that it's 25% more expensive to find new clients than retain the ones you already have. It makes sense when you think about how much time you put into scouring the web for clients, reaching out in the hopes of pitching your portfolio, and, possibly, onboarding them as a client. Retaining clients, on the other hand, just doesn't require as much work. You've already laid the foundation and established a relationship with them. It's simply a matter of doing things along the way that prove your continued value to their business while also occasionally surprising and delighting them. This is where loyalty comes into play. Client loyalty is typically evidenced by one of three

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How do you get your current clients who are paying you nothing, to start paying you something to...

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