Tag Archives: freelancing

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The Oldest Intern In Town

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Recently I took the decision to become an intern. I spotted brand agency Orb were on the hunt for a creative copywriter intern, and thought it was too good an opportunity to miss. Now, I'm not your run-of-the-mill intern. I'm 37 years old, for starters. I've been working as a journalist since 2000 and now specialise in information design and social media/online content. So, why be an intern? - I hear you ask. Good question. Despite my experience in journalism, I have no formal experience Read more [...]

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7 work locations for the home working freelancer

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As a stay-at-home freelancer, I'm always looking for different places to work. It's a perk of the job that you can take your laptop anywhere, so here are my favourite places to get stuff done INSIDE THE HOUSE 1. Bed Good for blogging, social networking and social sharing/bookmarking This is a surprisingly productive place to work. It's comfy - so why would you get up an wander off somewhere else? Any attempt to move will result in a cable-duvet tangling scenario it's relaxed Read more [...]

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Current Projects – mystery clients, Olympics, forums and rockin’ maps!

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After a relatively quiet period, recently I've had a flurry of work  and opportunities - and some very interesting ones at that. Excuse the lack of client names, but many of these are active projects. If you are interested in hiring me - you can find me on Twitter (@carolinebeavon) or email carolinebeavon at gmail.com Thanks PROJECTS Infographic > Local Authority Olympics I was recently asked to create an infographic of information about the Olympic Torch relay, for a local authority. This Read more [...]

The quality of Caroline’s design work is impressive; she is skilled at taking a lot of text and distilling it into eye-catching and interesting graphics that tell a story. I thoroughly enjoyed working with Caroline. On a personal level she made a big project an absolute pleasure to work on and I hope we can work together in the future” Becky Pickin, Small Groups Development Officer at Dudley CVS