The following article contains a conversation between graphic designer, Michael Laborde, and a potential design client. It gives an accurate portrayal of what some people wrongly expect from the design industry.
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Here are a few important attributes to expect from a graphic designer.
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Design contracts can be an essential part of freelancing as a graphic designer.
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The following interview advice for graphic designers was written by Lee Newham of Good People.
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Valuable tips for writing graphic design briefs, kindly provided by Sharon Hayes who has worked as a graphic designer since 1994.
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It’s up to us to convince potential clients that our services are worth paying for.
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Do you show upfront how much your design services cost?
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Choosing a designer can seem like a daunting task. You need to know if you can trust this person with the reputation of your company, because what they produce will, in many cases, give a potential customer their first impression of your business. What follows will aid your search, and help keep you on track…
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When someone tells you they’re a freelancer, what are your first thoughts?
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A few people have asked how to create interactive PDFs, so here’s a quick insight.
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