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Hello everyone i'm new here, quick question and intro


#1
How is everyone?

I am a graphic and web designer from Leeds. I have over 14 years experience within this industry. I decided to make a change and go freelance about 4 months ago. Just wondering who else has made this decision after working for other companies and how are you finding it?
 

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#2
Welcome to the forum. I decided last year to go freelance/set up a business after working in many different jobs (non design related). It has its ups and downs but wouldn't swap it for anything else :icon_biggrin:
 
#4
Hi there! Welcome to the forum.

I have started freelance in my spare time, have just really started so can't really judge yet. I am hoping it will give me some more exiting projects to work on though.
 
#5
Hello and Welcome,

I worked in the crappyest design job ever! and now I'm freelance, it's great! I am still building up clients but I love it I mostly work inhouse via a freelance recruitment agent and it works really well. Some where new all the time. Well paid, no office politics and bitching:), lots of lovely new people to work with :). I get to work on some really interesting brands like telegraph paper, open uni, glenfiddich whisky and lots more :) and when I'm not working I get to go too ushually busy places in London when theyre quiet :) yey! happy freelancing!
 
#8
Yes it' exciting especially when you have project for a well known brand. Alays good working with new peope which reduces politics.
Hello and Welcome,

I worked in the crappyest design job ever! and now I'm freelance, it's great! I am still building up clients but I love it I mostly work inhouse via a freelance recruitment agent and it works really well. Some where new all the time. Well paid, no office politics and bitching:), lots of lovely new people to work with :). I get to work on some really interesting brands like telegraph paper, open uni, glenfiddich whisky and lots more :) and when I'm not working I get to go too ushually busy places in London when theyre quiet :) yey! happy freelancing!