Where to obtain the missing knowledge for freelancing?
For almost two years as you know C#, HTML, CSS, little JS, (all previously listed studied through books, youtube and generally all sorts of Internet tutorials)to work rather well in Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop and want to finally start making money freelancing, but everywhere any orders complicated for a beginner, or really simple orders take your freelancers, which in any case do even simple orders faster and better for me. I think maybe it's worth something to Supplement your knowledge. Experience in orders absolutely do not have. What would you recommend to do? Where to study web development (i.e. not HTML, but something more serious)? Maybe it's worth just to seek orders offline or invent them yourself, but to get a primitive experience?
To start is to take and start working and make at least some order.
brooklyn.Herman answered on June 10th 19 at 14:26
To go first to work in the office. Believe me, the first couple of months, if sensible mentors, you will understand that you don't know anything in the front or know a small part. The process of leveling is leaps and bounds just. After a year of work safely, with quality portfolio to go freelance.
Rosalia.Wyman answered on June 10th 19 at 14:28
Necessarily the team(!!!), let for a penny, even scary, but no one is asking you to retirement to work there, so find guys that are head and shoulders above all of this and twist them, remember and record all that do not understand when they are what they say, be sure to find what they're talking about, then not only will you be on the same wave, but their fix will be, then you can run over big money freelancing.
If the work in the office does what you do except that weed out work on complex and too simple? Stupid take and do, if something is not clear, ask the customer to enter into a position that just started and want to do "real" tasks purely for myself, let will tell about the essence of his order, for it naturally does not pay, but experience, and that portfolio will have to put. And most interestingly, if the customer throw, he first remember about you.
Eulalia22 answered on June 10th 19 at 14:30
There are far obvious answers, go to work in the office, make a sites all friends, relatives and acquaintances, right now all.
lavon.Turn answered on June 10th 19 at 14:32
Find an experienced freelancer who will agree to take you on as an apprentice - first for "thank you", and "for food" and when they get used to "reward". You can then learn to seek orders independently.
Chadrick.Schimmel answered on June 10th 19 at 14:34
In addition to the options, you can look for jobs with udalenkaya, but on a permanent basis.
Cody_Padberg8 answered on June 10th 19 at 14:36
If you want to quickly do frontend, is to look at Elm. It is somewhat unusual, but simple and it has enough examples.
georgianna.Quigl answered on June 10th 19 at 14:38
To go to the office, there to pull all the skills and then wherever you want
victoria_Kulas64 answered on June 10th 19 at 14:40
Hi. Probably late answer, but still can be useful. He went freelance just over a year ago. Could impose, seemed to me well and were the basic skills of working with the themes on WordPress. Originally took orders only improvement. Somewhere to correct something, to remake the block. Then increased skills in layout, js, better learned WordPress and began taking orders on the "website from scratch". Personally in my case I had enough of that and now the site of freelancing there is no need, as I got regular customers. Still say, as I thought, but with the ability only to impose and without programming skills for a permanent income should not count. Over the course of his activities was only 3 or 4 orders just for the clean layout, everything else is boarding the engine or, in my case developing with Yii2. But then again, perhaps that is my situation. If you need experience in coding, write me, I need is the helper in the layout.
Jaqueline.Parisian answered on June 10th 19 at 14:42
If you want to make freelancing now. Learn PHP and Wordpress.