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A difficult process, at best, unless your best friend happens to be a designer, and even then things can be tricky. The question comes up frequently, “how do I find the right designer for my project?”
As a freelance designer, I would tell you to look into these key things
I often think of how I became who I became via The Women in Me: How I learned what I have learned in this life. I owe much of it to the women who I watched, learned from, and admired. This will be the first post of hopefully a few in a series as I share my thoughts doing the things that the Women in Me have taught me.
That brings me back to R. Riveter, their model for business and the premise is GENIUS! They solve several issues for a military spouse. They allow you to use a skill set to make a certain part of the bag; if you can sew you can do that part, if you can put the fixtures together you can do that part, and etc.
Do some soul searching, learn where you need help, and admit where your weaknesses are. Evaluate your strengths; know exactly what you are capable of doing, and how much your time is worth.