Ask DN: 1. What's your role? 2. Are you remote? 3. How's that going?

6 years ago from Cody Iddings, Experience Designer for the moving world

  • Dustin CartwrightDustin Cartwright, 6 years ago
    1. Web Design & Front-end dev
    2. Remote (Anyone need a full time guy? I'm looking! )
    3. Fantastic.

    I mainly work freelance, but I've dedicated a lot of time towards a startup lately as well. Remote is amazing, and if there was some way to elegantly express to an employer "pay me less if it means I can work remote" I would.

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    • Cody IddingsCody Iddings, 6 years ago

      That would be a really interesting sell to work remote!

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      • Dustin CartwrightDustin Cartwright, 6 years ago

        Definitely. But I completely understand the reasoning behind turning such an offer down. In-house team environments are much more close and tight-knit. Working remote takes away from that in some regards, so it's only really an option for certain types of work. Still, it's amazing to work in an industry where remote work is even an option (:

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        • Tyler WanlassTyler Wanlass, 6 years ago

          Hey Dustin,

          What sort of frontend stack do you prefer working with? Do you prefer more design or dev work (I can see you love both ;-).

          Drop me a line. We work with lots of remote designers and devs (out entire team is remote a well).


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    • Bowen LiBowen Li, 6 years ago

      We have nearly identical pixel portraits.

      2 points