"70 percent of freelancers have been stiffed by a client at least once, only 28 percent say they always use a contract—likely due to the costs associated with seeking legal counsel."
We've seen too many designers either use difficult to read contracts they don't quite understand or not use them at all. Really happy to see AND CO trying to create a standard here for freelancers everywhere to get more designers to be protected, make it cheaper to have a contract, and give you more time to do the design work that gets you paid. Would love to hear people's thoughts on this and how they want to see this evolve.
Having a proper contract and understanding it is the most simple thing you can do as a freelancer that will have the biggest impact on your business.
This looks awesome!
I'll also recommend https://www.hellobonsai.com/
I'm curious as to how others deal with clients that have their own contract that they prefer that you sign rather than using your own.