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Graphic Design Pricing?

Any experienced graphic designers out there…. I am new at freelance work. I currently have a possible client that wants me to design a ONE PAGE PROMOTIONAL BROCHURE for a machine shop he runs. So my question is what is a good way to go about determining your price? The work would mainly be done in Photoshop which I am very proficient in so it will NOT be a difficult task for me. Probably around 5 – 6 hours of work. I was thinking to quote him around $400 – $450. Is that an acceptable price? Any advice would be helpful. Thank you.

Posted by The Boss

I would do $350 with one change. This means that you will design a first draft, and they can tell you what they want to change in one session. You will sit down with them and talk with them about what they want. You will go and make the brochure, then show them. They will tell you what they want changed, then you will go and fix it. Then after that is the last time you will fix things before you charge them again. I charge $50 for every change after that.

You will also need to think about how you will print this. Will it be up to them to print this? Will you be doing it with your home printer? Do you know the limitations of the printer? These are things that you need to take into consideration when designing this. If it is up to you to print this, then I would talk with some local printing companies about low volume printing, then about the limitations about that specific printer.

Pricing for Freelance Graphic Design?

I'm going to start school for Graphic Design soon, and hope to get a good job afterwards, but while I'm studying I hope to do some freelance work to earn some money and experience. I want to do flyers for people around town, I'll advertise anyway I can but I'm a little lost when it comes to how to price it. Can anyone help me out with this? How do I price Graphic Design work?

Posted by S.H.I.E.L.D.

Just ask other graphic artists what they are charging and try to price yourself somewhere in the middle.

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