Meagan is a Web designer living in New York. She is probably one of the nicest people in the industry, helping, sharing and caring about what she does and how she crafts websites. Meagan also has a lot of respect for owls who are smart and creative creatures.
The Business of Design: How To Be Slightly Less Terrible At Making Money For What You Do
Meagan will tell anyone who will listen that the business part is the hardest part of design for her, and as someone who regularly tweets about taking a day off to recover from Burrito Regret, you might be surprised she’d pretend to be an expert at managing a design company. But what all her past ineptitude means is this: I’ve made a lot of mistakes when it comes to making money for my work, and I want everyone to benefit from these failures.
I’ll share the lessons I’ve learned about getting the work you want, ensuring a project is a success, and getting paid for it when you’re done. Before you think “well that sounds soulless, I’m going to the NBC Studio Tour during her talk,” I should also tell you that thinking hard about how to be a better business person has also made me a better human being. So come share in a celebration of us all being slightly less terrible.