Today in Design – Top Articles RoundUp 16 July 2015

The day’s best and most im­por­tant design- and de­sign business-focused ar­ti­cles, tu­to­ri­als, and re­sources hand-picked by Pariah Burke.

  • How to Turn an Angry Customer Into Your Biggest Asset
    Two busi­ness own­ers re­veal the sur­pris­ing ways they re­spond­ed to ex­pe­ri­ences with an an­gry customer–and ul­ti­mate­ly im­proved their operation.
  • Please shut up: Why self-promotion as an au­thor doesn’t work.
    So if you’re a writer who wor­ries as much as I do about on­line mar­ket­ing, the best ad­vice I can give you is to chill out and write the next book. To fo­cus your en­er­gy on the one thing that’s in your con­trol: writ­ing the best book you possibly…
  • Consumer Alert: Scheme aimed at free­lance pho­tog­ra­phers, web designers

    The caller is sup­posed to pre­pay for the work. “They send you a check for dou­ble the amount of the con­tract­ed amount,” Dunn said. “They’ll say it’s a mis­take and just de­posit the mon­ey in your ac­count and wire trans­fer us the balance.”

    It can take up to two weeks be­fore the bank re­al­izes the pay­ment is fraud­u­lent and “you, as the ac­count hold­er, are on the hook for the money.”

  • Consumer Alert: Scheme aimed at free­lance pho­tog­ra­phers, web designers

    The caller is sup­posed to pre­pay for the work. “They send you a check for dou­ble the amount of the con­tract­ed amount,” Dunn said. “They’ll say it’s a mis­take and just de­posit the mon­ey in your ac­count and wire trans­fer us the balance.”

    It can take up to two weeks be­fore the bank re­al­izes the pay­ment is fraud­u­lent and “you, as the ac­count hold­er, are on the hook for the money.”

  • Making the Leap Into Freelance Copy Editing
    Freelance copy ed­i­tors of­fer ad­vice on how to break in­to free­lanc­ing: Stay flex­i­ble, net­work like crazy and re­al­ize every­one needs a good copy editor.Tags: Writing AmWriting

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