How do you not know about the Graphic Artists Guild's Handbook of Pricing and Ethical Guidelines? It's basically a book that has pages upon pages of price ranges for hordes of different job types, client company size, etc. They even release a new edition every few years to keep up with inflation and design market trends.
Granted, the prices are based on New York City, so you might have to do some calculations based on your area's standard of living (and possibly exchange rates, if you're not in the US.)
Unfortunately, I leave my copy at work,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>271049 $500 consultation fee $500/ logo work( illustrations, process approval) $100/revision $500 full renders finalized HQ pdfs for print and implementation $1000 licensing or buying fees (copyrights, full ownership) 50% kill fee or work completed up to that point.
I always come out with atleast $1000 because of the consultation fee and process work(my time is covered)
I give no fucks but im professional and i let them know this simple pricing structure right off the bat so they dont waste my time... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
How do I connect with a graphic designer willing to do piecework on the cheap? I'm an organizer with a small, non-profit organization. We run a sort of community centre and union hall for buskers, hobos, panhandlers, scrappers, and others who make their living on the street. We fund everything out of our own pockets, so we're pretty much always broke. We have a little bit of money from a GoFundMe and are looking to get a logo made.
Our logo will be extremely simple; the idea is to make it something like the Alfred Hitchcock's logo (see pic) -- something... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>271611 And beyond that, I'll say that there are plenty of designers out there who have no problem designing for non-profits for reduced pricing or even free, especially if it's for a cause they identify with.
I am not one of those designers.
To appeal to designers like me, who won't put pen to paper without due compensation, offer them a wide degree of creative freedom instead. Let them design whatever they design, and use it. The next best thing to getting paid is getting a shiny new portfolio... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
It's been about 8 years since I graduated, and during my time there, I grew a simmering hatred for the fine art students (my degree, comic art ( _totally_ useful and worth _every_ cent), fell under auspices of design, as does illustration).
The one advantage I got from college was learning to take critique, and finding the appropriate way to defend my decisions even if majority of my classmates thought some aspect was shit.
Fine art students? Couldn't. This one asshole, for her figure drawing final, arranged a pile of confetti under a fake faucet, and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I study in Dortmund, Germany. Positives: -Good courses in typography (Swiss School) -Prinz courses are gold - Has a "lab" for experimental binding techniques - Lots of interdisciplinary projects - Lots Or excursions (Marocco, Mongolia, Estonia, Spain...) - Small classes - Lots oft student organized exebitions - No tuition - you have to be a 300 kilo retarded neckbeard not to get laid
Negatives: - No Gamedesign - Webdesign courses are rare - Very little industry cooperations - I cant get laid
I am currently living in the United states finishing up high school and I'm looking for good game design programs. Currently I plan on studying at Danish Royal Acadamy of Design and Architecture. Any pointers / anyone heard of this place?
>DC Entertainment revealed a new logo today, as the "new identity and logo for its iconic DC brand." The logo replaces the opening page logo they launched just ahead of the New 52 reboot in 2011.
>The logo doesn't feature the word "comics," mirroring Marvel's approach to creating a single logo to use across multiple media. This isn't the first DC logo to remove the "comics," though, so it's not exactly a sea change: the iconic "DC bullet," which was used from... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
why? what do you like about it? It has a cheap quality in my opinion. Like this is the kind of font that you see in Walmart, Kmart, or any company with a low income target market. It's not sophisticated. It belongs on bursts and banners, announcing "great deals" Just my opinion tho.
I'm doing graphics design as a gcse. How can I start off? And how can I get good idea's? Because I find it hard getting a decent idea. I love making websites, buy sometimes struggle with css, and div classes. Thank you! :D
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