I know people will disagree with me but I’m always leery of people building a business with the sole purpose of exiting ASAP. Screams “I’ll commit fraud for the valuation” to me every time
All these numbers and “hard work” means nothing without a product so take your time and really asses the...
This is the service I use for form creation. My app requires PDF forms and this is the best one I have found so far. Anvil - Streamline Information Gathering. Automate Workflows.
The UI is way better than Formstack imo. You might be able to glean some insight from them.
A lot of the stuff on Dribbble is ultra trendy and sometimes too flashy imo. It appeals to other designers but might be too much for the 60 year old trying to order a coffee maker. Amazons design and UI also has to span several generations of users.
I recently got a lesson on this building a UI...
Your money is your money, their money is their money. Stripe disperses it. They have their own Stripe account so they do their own refunds etc.
They can do this from their Stripe dash or you can code your own.
Use Stripe Connect. I use it and it works great. This way you don't have to wait for them to pay the invoice.
It is more complex to set up. The easiest way is to run a report at the end of the month and bill them. This can be automated with Integromat or Zapier.
RIP to billables. If anything make a Slack channel for them to talk to someone in charge, not freelancers.
I already run into this with text messages with me being the person in charge.
"Can you add X, Y, Z?"
"Let me look into that, but it seems doable."
"What this contract update you emailed me?"