Local and digital communities: a Q&A with graphic designer Orla Larkin

By Amy Snoekstra & Bo Wong

Orla Larkin is an award winning digital designer, strategist and educator. Over her career she’s worked across state government, not for profits and education. These days she helps makers, creatives and ethical businesses establish themselves online. Orla is no stranger to remote working, having worked with clients around the world for many years.In this conversation, Bo talks to Orla about finding ways to connect and create community as a freelancer, the importance of website accessibility, using Tik Tok as a grown up and her take on ‘personal branding’.Links:Find Orla online at www.orlalarkin.comIf you’ve enjoyed this episode of Soul Traders please, please take a moment to recommend it to a friend. It’s the best way to make sure the podcast reaches new ears.Also, review us on iTunes! Go on! We love reading them!We have a brand spanking new website www.soultraders.net.au Check it out and sign up to receive our Monthly Roundup - an email full of links and resources for creative freelancers.You can find Soul Traders on Instagram as @soultraderspodcast Have a question? Just DM us, we love questions!Intro music kindly provided by Lucy Peach. Production by Sound Mind.

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