İşlerin yoluna girmesine sizin adınıza çok sevindim :)
Ben de daha önce UpWork üzerinden iş alıyordum (arayüz tasarımı ve kullanıcı deneyimi) fakat kur farkı, ekstra ücretler derken zarar girmeye başladığımı farkettikten sonra local market’e geri dönmek zorunda kaldım.
Great coverage Julie!
As a loyal player since s2 and a fellow designer, I’ve a lot to learn from your article and it’s always a pleasure to read about the “backstage” details of a product.
Thanks for sharing this! Kudos to you and your team. Please keep up the good work!
Great to see you guys growing! I’ve been an early follower and low-profile since the beginning. I’m considering to apply for the Designer role but before that I’d like to know if you have relocation/visa support. Also, it’d be great to hear about the yearly salary :) Keep up the good work!
As a younger fellow designer (UI/UX) who’s struggling to find new clients, I’ll definitely keep some of these tips in mind.
Your works look delicious by the way!
Thanks for the inspiration Jeroen :)
It might be the longest blog post that I’ve ever read without reaching the starting lines of boredom. Both as a fellow designer and a Google Chrome user I really appreciate your hard work and passion you’ve put in to these little details. And big props to the engineer team!
I just got so excited all of a sudden, I don’t know why.
How does working daily work out for you so far? (If you have tried it yet)
When I was working via UpWork, it was easy to work hourly since it has its own tracking app with automated screenshots feature. However, when I work with local clients (I’m living in Turkey) most of them have “trust” issues with hourly/daily rates and I end up pricing project based.
I’m currently on a bus traveling from the airport to a city that I haven’t been in a long time. These stories along with your photographs are seriously breath taking. Enjoyed reading and thanks for being a “road partner” to me :) Keep up the good work!