There’s a big hoo-hah in the industry about whether or not designers should sometimes outsource some of their work or not – but if you’re swamped over with work, and know that it’d be tough for you to get it done in time, or maybe you just don’t like a certain aspect of your work (such as converting designs into code) then can you outsource?
It can actually prove to be very efficient if you outsource certain aspects of work to other people, and can save a bundle of time doing so. Let’s say you’re a web designer, and have multiple projects to complete at the same time. One project entails the design and coding of a WordPress theme. You’ve done the design, but don’t have time to code it yourself, so you pass on the coding work to a specialized coding service like ElegantXHTML.
ElegantXHTML is a service that focuses on providing high quality, valid code to its clients, so you know that such services aren’t going to mess around with you, and can probably complete the coding task a lot quicker than usual (as they have dedicated coding teams).
Consider outsourcing a portion of your work, and see what kinds of effects it can have on efficiency and reducing your work load.