Design Your Own Business: Episode 3
Design Your Own Business is a monthly Internet broadcast show for freelancers, the self-employed, and small business owners with a focus on, but not exclusively for, designers and the creative professions.
Topics Discussed this Episode
March is Women’s History Month, and the March episode of DYOB is all about women’s issues in freelancing, self-employment, and small business ownership. “Women in Small Business and Design” will explore the following topics:
- Is there still a glass ceiling? If so, how can women break through it?
- Are female freelancers and small business owners treated differently than males? If so, how can that be used to advantage?
- What do women about to go self-employed or start a new business need to consider?
Guests on this Episode
Freelance designer/developer for web, mobile, kiosks, desktops, 2D & 3D animation, virtual reality, and print for 20+ years.
Artist, consultant, designer, educator, entrepreneur.
President, On3, Inc., women in computing, public speaker, software development, application usability, Mom.
Author, consultant, print & digital publishing expert, graphic design and design business advisor.
Links and Apps Mentioned this Episode
During the show the guests and Pariah discussed the following links and apps:
- American Express OPEN Women in Business Center
- Women 2.0
- Girls Who Code
- Girl Develop It
- Black Girls Code
- National Center for Women & Information Technology
- Women in Technology Education Foundation
- Women’s Business Centers Directory
- National Women’s Business Council
- Gateway for Women-Owned Businesses Selling to the Government
- TED Women
- TED Talk: Sheryl Sandberg, Why We have Too Few Women Leaders
- TED Talk: Sheryl Sandberg, So We Leaned In. Now What?
- TED Talk: Amy Cuddy, Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are
- Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg
- QuickBooks Online
- Google Drive
- Myra Ferguson on the Web
- Myra Ferguson on LinkedIn
- Chana Messer on the Web
- Mollie Rusher’s Company On3
- The Click, Mollie Rusher’s group for women in computing.