Thanks @shaneisme. It is a great book!
But the author considers that you are already a good web designer.
I am not a good developer, yet.
Here, on my range of price there are tons of bad clients. They don’t provide enough information, want experts for 50$ bucks and it is really hard to choose a quality client in my position.
What do you think is the best solution? Focus first on becoming a quality developer and after that jump in more serious gigs? Or I should continue searching into the small jobs?
I’m asking because my main objective is to become a good developer. I know the serious money will come after that, but I’d like to build a solid reputation too.