Definitely it can. I was freelancing for my client, who was sharing office space with a company who, if I recall correctly, owned the building. My client had extra space and let me use it. Both my client and I are in web development, and as we know, it’s recommend that every business should have a professional web presence, (a website that defines your brand, and web applications that do nifty things). The business needed a website full of features that would help grow his business, and separate selling profiles for all his employees. So, both my client and I were going to work together on this project. Continue reading
Let’s first get into legal definition of freelancing vs being an employee. Please note these are just information I learned over the years through research and professional experience in CT, but if you need legal advice, contact your attorney, and check with irs.gov. Continue reading
There are a couple things that need to be done in order for your users to get to your website.
I’m pretty excited that I got this blog set up and running for my portfolio. It’s still under testing/beta stage so please don’t mind if you see random things here and there. I spent some time on and off the past 2 weeks redesigning my portfolio with a brand new look that matches my redesigned of my business cards. I had some business cards I made years ago, but wanted to make it look more abstract, so I drew a design with my drawing tablet, created the template for it, and after hours of getting it align correctly with my printer settings, I finally got it to print out decently.
Anyways, the purpose of this blog is to write about my current projects, experiments, what I’m learning/learned, web technologies and tips. Anyone is welcome to read whether they are seeking my services, or curious to learn from my blog. I hope you find it interesting and useful. Some entries are more advanced than others, but I’ll try to keep a variety so that more people can get something out of it.