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How much to charge for design work? Posted on 26'09 Feb Posted on February 26, 2009 along with 98 JUST™ Creative Comments Often I get asked this question via email, facebook or twitter about how to price yourself as a designer. The usual phrase goes something along the lines of “how much should I charge for” … web design, graphic design, logo design, etc. In reply, I usually send them off to Freelance Switch’s pricing yourself section (they removed it) and / or refer them to my article on the fast, good, cheap pricing method however I have come across a few other valuable resources: Danny Outlaw suggests to ask yourself 10 Questions when pricing yourself: What services am I pricing? Similarly, Jeff Fisher suggests some other questions to ask yourself, in his article How Much Should I Charge? What is your experience in the field of graphic design or with a specific type of project? So really, there is no magic formula? Here, Josh provides four steps to effective design pricing: But always remember… there is no exact formula.

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