Community/Support Tools For Freelancers
No matter what stage of your freelancing journey you're on, having support from mentors and peers is a huge cheat code to being successful. Mentors can help you see pitfalls from a mile away that they've already made. Peers who are in the day to day trenches with you can be there for strategic and even emotional support as well. These resources are all about community and reminding you that you're not alone.
DeviantArt is an online community/gallery for artists and art enthusiasts to share their work. It's a wonderful resource for sharing your design work with an enthusiastic, art-centric community.
Freelancers Union is a non-profit organization. Its purpose is to provide a voice for freelancers by providing policy advocacy, resources, health insurance, and community collaboration. Membership is free.
Reddit is an news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website. Registered members can submit content to the site which is then voted up or down by other members.
Skillshare is an online learning community where anyone can discover, take, or even teach a class. Anyone can join Skillshare to start watching online classes, create projects, or even become a teacher.
Soonr is a secure service that enables teams to work together on shared digital content from any device. It enables file flexibility and collaborative sharing by copying your files to a single, secured, and designated location in the cloud.
For remote freelancers who need to keep track of different time zones, There provides the perfect solution. You can add places, offices, countries, and people - and easily keep track of their local time.
Your Creative Junkie is a graphic design training program. The site offers tuturials and articles to help you learn the business side of being a successful graphic design freelancer.