How Freelance Designers Leverage Virtual Office Services
If you’ve traded long commutes, a rigid schedule, and a steady paycheck to become a freelance designer, chances are the last thing on your mind is heading back to an office. But what about a virtual office?
Working from home is a large part of the allure of freelancing, so the thought of re-chaining yourself to someone else’s desk likely doesn’t appeal to you. But think about it: do you want clients knowing where you live? Do you want them associating your business with your living room?
Virtual office space can strike the balance between high-level professionalism and credibility of working in a traditional office setting and the freedom and comfort that come with working from home.
With the adoption of virtual office spaces growing every year, it might be time to reconsider where and how you present your freelance design services.