How Much Should You Charge Graphic Design Clients?

Posted @ 7:36 AM on February 22, 2020 by

One of the biggest questions graphic designers have is how much to charge their clients for their services. How do you charge for graphic design work? How do you determine your pricing? There are several things that you should consider when determining what you’re going to charge your graphic design clients.
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The Big Guide To Printing From Your iPhone or iPad

Posted @ 10:38 PM on February 21, 2020 by

Wirelessly printing photos and documents straight from your iPhone and iPad can be as easy as sending someone a text message, using one of several built-in and third-party options. Though paperless reading and sharing of documents is easy and affordable these days, there are occasions when we all still need to use print documents and photos on paper. Apple’s printing technology AirPrint and a few handy third-party apps and cloud services support a wide range of printing options whatever you’re working on. Here’s how to print from your iPhone or iPad to just about any printer.
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Freelancers’ Questions: Is an estimate the same as a quote?

Posted @ 3:32 PM on February 21, 2020 by

Freelancer’s Question: I normally give a price estimate to clients interested in the supply of my freelance services, but a new customer has insisted that I send them a quote. Is there much difference between an estimate and a quote? I really would like to stick with estimates, not least because I’m unsure how long the project will take me to complete.
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You Don’t Own Your Logo (and Why You Think You Do): Why Copyright Transfer Matters

Posted @ 5:16 AM on February 21, 2020 by

Payment Does Not Confer Automatic Copyright or Intellectual Property Ownership So, this scenario may be extreme, after all, you have commissioned a logo – your brand identity – and what else are you going to do with your brand identify apart from use it wherever and whenever you can? However, this is a good illustration of the potential curve balls that exist between creatives and clients, and why it makes good sense for both parties to know explicitly, from the outset, what is expected.
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Design Principles: Visual Weight And Direction

Posted @ 8:26 PM on February 20, 2020 by

Every element on a web page exerts a visual force that attracts the eye of the viewer. The greater the force, the more the eye is attracted. These forces also appear to act on other elements, imparting a visual direction to their potential movement and suggesting where you should look next.
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Your brain craves infographics – and here are 13 visual reasons why

Posted @ 12:12 PM on February 20, 2020 by

Enjoy this great infographic about infographics and see why visuals work so well for distributing informationTags: Datavis Infographics
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Double and Half, Freelancer Hourly Rate Math by Seth Godin

Posted @ 3:00 AM on February 20, 2020 by

Successful freelancers need to charge at least double the hourly rate that they'd be happy earning doing full time work. (In many fields, it's more like 4 or 5x). And they need to spend at least half their time getting...Tags: Freelance freelancing freelancer
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InDesign CC Integration with InCopy CC

Posted @ 5:32 PM on February 19, 2020 by

In this course Pariah Burke speaks to both Editorial and Design, addressing both sides of publishing to enable all creative personnel to forge and maintain a collaborative, productive, accountable integration using best-of-breed editorial and design tools InCopy and InDesign. You will learn to integrate InCopy with InDesign to build an efficient workflow wherein editorial personnel maintain control over editorial content until the very last moment, while production personnel continue to design the pages, and right up until the moment of deadline. You will also learn how to include remote workers in the workflow without sacrificing collaboration, control, or accountability. Keep reading InDesign CC Integration with InCopy CC on Pariah Burke Publishing & Design Consulting & Training.
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271 Years Before Pantone, an Artist Mixed and Described Every Color Imaginable in an 800-Page Book

Posted @ 10:57 AM on February 19, 2020 by

Spanning nearly 800 completely handwritten (and painted) pages, Traité des couleurs servant à la peinture à l’eau, was probably the most comprehensive guide to paint and color of its time. According to Medieval book historian Erik Kwakkel who translated part of the introduction, the color book was intended as an educational guide. The irony being there was only a single copy that was probably seen by very few eyes.Tags: Design Pantone
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40% of all ebook author earnings go to self-published ebook authors!

Posted @ 1:11 AM on February 19, 2020 by

Find this and much more crucial data in Pariah Burke's essential new book, The Business of ePublishing 2015
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