Improve your workflow
Whether you’re a freelancer, small production house, or large agency, Digital Pigeon can help improve your workflow.
Because there are so many steps and different collaborators involved in delivering a creative project or campaign,
you need to optimise your processes so you’re always delivering your best.
Our tips to ensure that your work is delivered professionally and on time, without worrying about playing email tag, juggling between platforms, or stumbling on roadblocks with file transfers.
Transferring video footage doesn’t have to be difficult, time consuming or frustrating. We discuss some of the reasons why the process can sometimes go awry, as well as our recommended solutions.
Preparing and sending hi-res files, especially for printing, can be a daunting task and not altogether straightforward. We discuss the reasons why and how we recommend ensuring you get it right every time.
We answer some of the common questions from those working with video files. Whether on location or during post production, we’re here to help you manage even the most hectic of workflows.
With the increasing use of large file formats in digital media, creative professionals are quickly discovering the limits of cloud storage platforms. We discuss how to ensure that you avoid that anxiety-inducing error message on deadline day.
Do you find yourself regularly sending files outside of Australia to recipients across the globe? When you work with international clients, the way that you deliver your files can be just as important as the content itself.
Freelancing in the Gig Economy is more than just a way to make extra money. It is now arguably the economic backbone of the future, with over 50% of the workforce specialising in creative professions – such as web and graphic design, multimedia production, content writing and marketing.
Most professionals agree that making a sale is one of the most satisfying things they do. But it can be tough to get there – and it’s often the most uncomfortable aspect of whatever job it is they do.
In his book ‘The Win Without Pitching Manifesto’, Blair Enns writes: “We will see ourselves as professional practitioners who bring real solutions to our clients’ business problems. We will seek respect above money, for only when we are respected as experts will we be paid the money we seek.”
Competing and winning work as a freelancer in the Gig Economy is certainly intense. Your clients have the luxury of choice – and it’s no longer people in your town/city/country who you’re competing with. Creative professionals from all corners of the globe are now able to undertake projects which once would have only been locally […]
A strong web presence is perhaps the single most important tool in a creative professional’s arsenal. But with so many places online where you can quickly build a professional profile—LinkedIn, Fiverr, Upwork, Contently, Behance, just to name a few—it’s easy for your own professional website to fall by the wayside and be forgotten about.