Posted 25.09.2013 @ 5.39PM
I'll admit that I've lost the passion. I think it's because I've been working way too much = full time day job + freelance + pro bono. Which means no time to doodle, no time to day dream and no time to rest.
However saying that - from November 2013 until 2014 I'm going to start saying no to people. Its going to become the 'Yeah..No Year'. I'm going to become a creative designer again and not be constrained by other peoples briefs, wants, and preferred colours and typefaces.
I can't wait! :)
Posted 19.09.2013 @ 2.43PM
So unfortunately my house got broken into on Tuesday and the slippery git stole my laptop (MacBook Pro) along with a bunch of other electronics.
Thankfully I have insurance, and also backed up. Such a relief.
Typically I'm in the midst of some rather urgent jobs, so on the hunt for a laptop to tie me over for a month or so as the Mac Buyers Guide are advising people to wait until the latest MacBooks are release - hopefully a month.
Some that I've found so far are charging about $500 for 2 weeks - to me I may as well buy one off eBay for the same amount of money.
So I'm just wondering if anyone can recommend a good laptop rental place in Melbourne?
Posted 19.09.2013 @ 2.33PM
We use Everyday Hero and GoFundraise - but to be honest these types of programs also take a cut of our donations. As a not-for-profit we prefer to receive all the money donated, so that's why we are currently looking at PayPal, Magento or some other form of shopping cart.
Posted 19.08.2013 @ 4.41PM
@miss_spiked ::Resource Space looks perfect yet a little expensive.::
It's actually opensource and free. The costs are for service help/support (if you wanted it).
The download is here: http://resourcespace.org/get
You would need to know how to set up a local server (or get IT help).
Have a play on the demo :)