Designer’s Guide Shows Freelancers How To Calculate Their Rates More Efficiently
By Yoon Sann Wong, 13 Aug 2018
Chris Do—business designer and brand strategist who founded The Futur and sits as CEO of studio Blind—returns with more career advice for designers.
Do previously shared how to better negotiate with clients when they tell you that you’re too expensive, how to transition from charging $25 for your logo design to $2,500, as well as how to price logos and other design services.
In this latest addition, Do has shared an open slide deck that reveals different ways freelance designers can effectively calculate their rates. This includes comparing between the hourly rate method and the project rate method.
Scroll through the deck below for helpful tips on better managing your finances as a freelance designer.
Here's my slideshare deck on how to calculate your rate. Let me know what you think after you read it (under 10 mins.) I already have a good group of people to help me discuss how they bid (time & materials, project based and value based). https://t.co/jfMYdnakKa pic.twitter.com/guUtdRwwF5— Chris Do (@theChrisDo) August 13, 2018
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