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  1. 1. LEARNING & Earning Md. Ashaduzzaman Chondon (GIS expart, Java developer) URPD KU; 01748-118745
  2. 2. WHAT IS FREELANCING? A freelancer is someone who doesn’t work for one company full-time, but is hired by different companies for certain jobs. For example, a magazine or website will have a core team of editors who hire freelance writers to write articles, or a TV production crew might hire freelance cameramen to work on one series of programmes. Working on a contract basis for a variety of companies, as opposed to working as an employee for a single company. Freelancers are often considered to be self-employed, and have the freedom to pick and choose their projects and companies they would like to be associated with. A common profession for freelancing is writing; a writer then has the ability to submit their work to many different places, without being tied to any one company in particular.
  3. 3. WHAT IS 'OUTSOURCING‘??? • Outsourcing is a practice used by different companies to reduce costs by transferring portions of work to outside suppliers rather than completing it internally. • Outsourcing is an effective cost-saving strategy when used properly. It is sometimes more affordable to purchase a good from companies with than it is to produce the good internally.
  4. 4. WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF FREELANCING? • Choose your work. Being a freelancer means you don’t have a boss telling you what to do so you can say ‘no’ to jobs you don’t want. You might also get to work at home for specific projects. As long as your work is delivered to the deadline most clients won’t mind how and when you do it – making freelancing a good option for people who don’t want to work normal office hours. • Better pay. Freelancers can negotiate your own rates with the companies who hire you. Companies are often prepared to pay freelancers a better rate than their own staff because they don’t have to pay for things like sick leave as part of the contract. The more experience you have then the more money you can ask for.
  5. 5. WHAT ARE THE DISADVANTAGES OF FREELANCING? • Getting work. There are a lot of freelancers out there and getting your first few jobs can be hard. Just being good at what you do isn’t enough – you need to network, market yourself and make contacts because no-one will hire you if they don’t know you’re there! The workload can be unpredictable – sometimes you might be working all night to meet three deadlines in one week, while even the most successful freelancers have months where they get no work at all. • Managing your money. Not only will you not receive a regular paycheque per month, you’ll also have to make all the tax and National Insurance arrangements employers would normally do for you. You need to register yourself as ‘self- employed’ with Inland Revenue, who can give you some advice. You’ll also need to remember to keep some money aside for times when you’re ill or there’s no work – and while it might be great to have a holiday any time you want, remember that no-one will pay you for it!
  6. 6. WHAT THINGS TO DONE !!!  Web developers  Mobile developers  Design and creativities  Writings  Virtual assistance  Customer service agent  Sales and marketing expert  Accounts and consultants
  7. 7. WEB DEVELOPERS
  8. 8. MOBILE DEVELOPERS
  9. 9. DESIGN AND CREATIVITIES
  10. 10. WRITINGS
  11. 11. VIRTUAL ASSISTANCE
  12. 12. CUSTOMER SERVICE AGENT
  13. 13. SALES AND MARKETING EXPERT
  14. 14. ACCOUNTS AND CONSULTANTS
  15. 15. WHERE WE GET THOSE JOBS Upwork Toptal Elance Freelancer Craigslist Guru 99designs Peopleperhour GetACoder
  16. 16. UPWORK.COM A great resource for skilled individual freelancers Great for finding star individuals programmers, writers, virtual assistants, and marketers Pros: • Largest number of contractors • Contractors are tested and verified • Simple and automated billing • Great time tracking • Employers also have ratings • No membership fees • Tons of proposals Cons • Slightly expensive service fee for contractors, 10% • Less popular amongst teams
  17. 17. GURU.COM A simple way to outsource Learn what’s so great about Guru.com Pros: • Project fee depends on level of Guru.com membership • Communication option makes project management easier • More US Based contractors Cons • Monthly membership charges • Smaller talent pool
  18. 18. 99designs.com is a wonderful market place with high paying rates but you should not depend on 99designs only. There is no doubt you can learn the designing by following different logo & other designs contests & but its hard to make a living. I suggest fellow freelancers to work on all freelancing websites specially elance.com & odesk.com along with their 99designs contests.
  19. 19. Pros: • 99designs like it’s name say it all, is very profitable for the buyers as they get 100s of design options for their logo or website. • For new & less experienced graphic designers it is a heaven to learn what kind of work is being accepted in the market & they can attain that quality in the matter of days if they participate in running contests. • If the contest holder don’t decide a winner the prize will be distributed among all designers. Cons: • The chances of less experienced designers to get selected are very low because the master & highly qualified designers are submitting their designs next to newbies work & their chances are very high to win the contest. It sometimes give frustration to the designers who are constantly working hard without any reward. Another issue with 99designs contests is that buyer have more than 30 days time to select the winner & that also make it herculean.
  20. 20. HOW MUCH THE MARKET SIZE OF WORLD OUTSOURCING Global market size of outsourced services from 2000 to 2015 (in billion U.S. dollars)* This statistic shows the global market size of outsourced services from 2000 to 2015. In 2008, the global outsourcing market amounted to 87.5 billion U.S. dollars.
  21. 21. TOP RATED FREELANCER INCOME
  22. 22. TOP 10 COUNTRY IN GLOBAL OUTSOURCING
  23. 23. WEB DEVELOPERS MONTHLY SALARY
  24. 24. MARKET DEMAND
  25. 25. INDIAN MARKET SHARE IN GLOBAL MARKET India’s share in the global outsourcing market rose to 55 percent in 2010 from 51 percent in 2009. As of 2012, around 2.8 million people work in outsourcing sector. Annual revenues are around $11 billion, around 1% of GDP. Around 2.5 million people graduate in India every year. Wages are rising by 10–15 percent as a result of skill shortage.
  26. 26. BD CONDITION IN GLOBAL MARKET As of 2012, around 2.8 million people work in outsourcing sector. Annual revenues are around $11 billion, around 1% of GDP. Around 2.5 million people graduate in India every year. Wages are rising by 10–15 percent as a result of skill shortage. Industry insiders said the average wage of an outsourced IT sector employee is around US$ 8 per hour in Bangladesh compared to US$ 20 in India and US$ 10 to 15 in the Philippines. in last December, leading technology Research Company Gartner ranked Bangladesh for the first time in its annual list as one of its top 30 countries for IT services outsourcing in 2010.
  27. 27. HOW CAN WE IMPROVE THIS!!!!!!!!!!!
  28. 28. WHICH WORK IS PERFECT FOR ME??????
  29. 29. WHAT IS GRAPHICS DESIGN??? • Graphic design is art with a purpose. It involves a creative and systematic plan to solve a problem or achieve certain objectives, with the use of images, symbols or even words. It is visual communication and the aesthetic expression of concepts and ideas using various graphic elements and tools. • Graphic design is the process of visual communication, and problem-solving through the correct use of typography, space, image and color.
  30. 30. DESIGN AND CREATIVITIES
  31. 31. JOB OPTIONS Jobs directly related to your degree include: • Advertising art director • Animator • Graphic designer • Illustrator • Printmaker • Production designer, theatre/television/film Jobs where your degree would be useful include: • Exhibition designer • Fine artist • Interior and spatial designer • Landscape architect • Medical illustrator • Multimedia specialist • Photographer
  32. 32. SALARY • Starting salaries for junior graphic designers can be in the region of £15,000 to £19,000. Once you've gained some experience, this can rise to £27,000. • At a middle level, you can expect to earn £25,000 to £35,000. • Salaries for senior graphic designers or creative leads range from £35,000 to £55,000. A creative director can make £60,000+ a year. • If you work as a freelancer, you can earn anything between £200 and £400 a day with experience. The rate increases when you have an impressive track record and recommendations.
  33. 33. WHERE WE CAN LEARN BY ONLINE
  34. 34. OTHERS WEB: • UMass Boston Open Courseware • Khan Academy • MIT Open Courseware • Free-Ed • Learning Space: The Open University • Carnegie Mellon Open Learning Initiative • Tufts Open Courseware • Stanford on iTunes U • Utah State Open Courseware
  35. 35. SOFTWARE FOR GRAPHICS DESIGN
  36. 36. PSD MANIPULATION
  37. 37. PSD FOR WEB
  38. 38. PSD CARDS FOR OTHERS USE
  39. 39. WHY USE PSD AND AI???
  40. 40. 3D
  41. 41. MAPPING Open-source desktop GIS soft: • GRASS GIS – Originally developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: a complete GIS. • gvSIG – Written in Java. Runs on Linux, Unix, Mac OS X and Windows. • ILWIS (Integrated Land and Water Information System) – Integrates image, vector and thematic data. • JUMP GIS / OpenJUMP ((Open) Java Unified Mapping Platform) – The desktop GISs OpenJUMP, SkyJUMP, deeJUMP and Kosmo all emerged from JUMP. • MapWindow GIS – Free desktop application and programming component. • QGIS (previously known as Quantum GIS) – Runs on Linux, Unix, Mac OS X and Windows. • SAGA GIS (System for Automated Geoscientific Analysis) –- A hybrid GIS software. Has a unique Application Programming Interface (API) and a fast- growing set of geoscientific methods, bundled in exchangeable Module Libraries. • uDig – API and source code (Java) available.
  42. 42. COMMERCIAL GIS SOFT •Autodesk – Products that interface with its flagship AutoCAD software package include Map 3D, Topobase, and MapGuide. •Bentley Systems – Products that interface with its flagship MicroStation software package include Bentley Map and Bentley Map View. •ENVI – Utilized for image analysis, exploitation, and hyperspectral analysis. •ERDAS IMAGINE by ERDAS Inc – Products include Leica Photogrammetry SuiteEsri – Products include ArcMap, ArcGIS, ArcSDE, ArcIMS, ArcWeb services and ArcGIS Server. •Intergraph – Products include G/Technology, GeoMedia, GeoMedia Professional, GeoMedia WebMap, and add-on products for industry sectors, as well as photogrammetry. •MapInfo by Pitney Bowes Software – Powerful desktop GIS MapInfo Professional

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