Well, had my first lesson through Wyzant the other day. I was definitely a little nervous. Nagging doubts in my mind like "I talked the talk, will I walk the walk?" Well, I felt very relieved afterward. Student was a joy to work and speak with, looking forward
to some more sessions down the line.
Location was convenient as well. Turns that the both of us work right in the vicinity...
So I've been a tutor on WyzAnt for some time now... and I'm about to start working with a student who's pursuing marketing as a career (as opposed to just design). This student seems to feel that having some design skills will help with a career as a marketing
This student is absolutely right.
Now that I think about it, I find it surprising this hasn't occurred more often...
Maybe it's the subjects I happen to specialize in, but here and there I run across people who seem to slightly misunderstand the distinction between "tutor" and "freelancer."
A freelance designer is a creative professional who will use their expertise to produce your visual needs. If you need a new logo/identity for your business, a fresh new website, or an exciting visual...