Posted February 12, 2011 in News
It may be wintry and cold outside, but things are just heating up at Freelance Folder. Each day our writers and guest authors strive to bring you the best information for freelancers–something that the high-quality companies supporting the Freelance Folder blog allows us to do. It’s the support of these companies that allows us to provide you with great information year-round.
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Posted February 2, 2011 in News
You can download Graphite here (and view the live demo), and for those of you who are designers we highly recommend looking into a MediaLoot membership before they stop offering the unlimited download subscription.
Posted January 25, 2011 in News
Our sister-site MediaLoot has just announced that they are halting sales of unlimited-download subscriptions on March 1st. Existing members can keep their subscriptions for life, but if you’re a new member you will have to sign up soon to get unlimited downloads.
For those of you who don’t know about MediaLoot, it is a subscription-based resource site for graphic and web designers. Members can download an unlimited number of icons, textures, website designs, and more for $19 per month — less than $1 per resource if you use the service regularly.
Posted December 31, 2010 in News
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Whatever, your freelancing goals are, may you achieve them this coming year and more.
To all of our readers from all of us at Freelance Folder, we wish you a Happy New Year!
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