1. Patrons of the creative work of a person or company for a specific project or need. 2. A source of funding, feedback, and (often) frustration.
Asking questions shows your clients that you are curious and inquisitive. Make the wrong assumptions and it could cost you the job.
By Emily Cohen
Our resident legal expert offers 6 things that should be in every contract you write.
By Vinay Jain
Research says empathizing with our customers helps us overcome creative blocks and feel more energized than ever.
By Christian Jarrett
Done incorrectly, hiring someone can cost you more time than it saves. Embrace your new role as teacher, and you and your growing team will be firing on all cylinders.
By Elizabeth Grace Saunders
Sometimes, even when you've done everything right, client relationships can be derailed. From lawsuits to talking it out, here's what you can do about it.
You can’t pick your family, but you can certainly pick your clients. With a little bit of work up front you can get the clients — and work — that you love.
By Paul Jarvis
The process of making contracts with your clients doesn’t have to be painful. Taking control is easier than you think.
Part three of our recaps from the 99U Conference.
By Behance Team
Part two of our recap of the 2013 99U Conference.