Hi, I'm David!

I’m a freelance marketplace builder, freelancing enthusiast, no-code hacker, and crypto devotee. I've also been quantifying myself since 2018, tracking over 300+ data points daily.

Professionally, I founded a freelance marketplace called Sixty that I took through Y Combinator in 2017. I helped Lambda School migrate from no-code to code. I'm currently building an enterprise hiring platform at Laskie.

In my spare time, I’m usually reading, writing, and training jiu jitsu.

Below are a few products, blog posts, and podcast episodes I've created throughout my career, as well as how we may be able to work together.

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Portfolio

Products I've built over my career

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Hire
Product

Sixty

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Hire

Get matched with the perfect freelancer
Matched clients with freelancers + predicted freelancer quotes for hundreds of project permutations. Results generated from thousands of similar projects submitted.
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Growth

Sixty

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Showcase

Show and tell for freelancers and agencies
Leveraged user-generated date to create hundreds of landing pages programmatically for SEO. Achieved 30% WoW organic traffic growth via Google while active.

Blog

Content I've produced

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Blog

Detecting COVID reporting fraud with Benford’s Law

David Head
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August 19, 2020
Using a tactic to detect tax fraud, this analysis attempts to determine the accuracy of each country's daily COVID reports.
Blog

A beginners guide on buying cryptocurrency

David Head
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November 25, 2020
My distillation of hundreds of hours cryptocurrency research since 2015, as an app developer and investor.
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How to become a freelance web designer & the fast track to $100k/yr

David Head
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October 4, 2018
Starting your career as a freelancer is daunting. Lead generation is the hardest part. Here are some strategies and tactics for any freelancer to use, and particularly Squarespace web designers.

Services

I may be able to help you...

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Design

Build a portfolio website like Head.ai for free

Freelancing is one of the best ways to optimize for lifestyle, provide financial security, as well as prepare for side jobs to keep you stimulated when you take a hiatus or retire. I'm giving away this website template for free to help you get started.
Marketing

Start freelancing full time

I've freelanced at multiple points throughout my career and have built two startups supporting the freelance ecosystem from the ground up. I can help you get started and thrive as a freelancer.
Marketing

Start picking up side gigs

Sometimes you need some extra income, or a break from the work routine. Side gigs are great for that. I've built two businesses from the ground up to support full time workers getting quick side gigs. I can help you get started.

Jobs

I'm actively looking for freelancers to help with...

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No-Code

Mid-Level Adalo Expert

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Freelance

Projects include: Building new features and maintaining an Adalo app for a venture capital fund of 200+ YC alumni.
No-Code

Mid-Level No-Code Workflow Automation Expert

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Freelance

Projects include: Automating workflows from scratch using no-code tools for a DAO containing 800+ YC alumni.
No-Code

Senior No-Code Workflow Automation Expert

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Freelance

Projects include: Building new automations and scaling an existing ones for a VC fund of 200+ YC alumni.

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About

Bridge was founded by David Head to help venture-backed startups succeed using no-code tools: from scaling on them to migrating away from them.

While there's currently a great enthusiasm for the no-code tool, the practicalities of using them has not been as much a part of the discussion as it should be. There also are little-to-no strategic and tactical resources available for using them in the context of a venture-backed startup.

As a no-code tool user since 2013, David has experienced both their advantages and limitations of many times over. Most notably at Sixty, the Y Combinator-backed freelance marketplace startup he co-founded, as well as Lambda School, where he was a Data Engineer.