One of the best things about designing for network freedom is that you can design anywhere there is a network connection. If you have a 3G connection, this could be your office, Starbucks, or even a moving vehicle. Here are some thoughts on some of the more popular workplaces:
Having a dedicated room can provide the privacy you get in a physical office without paying for it. The home office can also help you mentally get into work mode when you’re busy. Some people may not have the ability to set up a home office, but if possible, it may be one of the best options for freelance web designers. There are also tax benefits to owning a home office, so discuss these options with your accountant.
Have a house but no office
We all started like this, working in the bedroom, living room, kitchen or wherever. Sometimes this is all you have which is great! If there is no dedicated environment, you will have to work harder to create a reliable routine to get the job done. This will be more challenging if you live with others. But this is usually the first step in your career as a freelance web designer. So start working, maybe one day you will have a home office.
If you have a laptop, going out in dull, monotonous times can be energized, which is unavoidable for freelance web designers. Taking some caffeine and changing your environment can encourage new ideas and can often remove obstacles for designers. However, being in a coffee shop is inevitably distracting, so be careful when working in public. If you are easily distracted or especially like to socialize, this may not be for you.