This may belong in another forum, but if I've put it in the wrong place - feel free to shift it.
I've decided to knuckle down and do some freelance flyer design work, having secured one or two jobs. It's a graphical area I'd really like to focus on.
The other clients I've been looking to tout myself to, are Rock & DJ promotion companies, and I would like to establish a kind of package deal.
The design packages that I would offer would likely come in either A6 or A5, and be either double sided or single. I would provide the designs to the clients as a .pdf ready to send to print. (To give you a more accurate idea, stylewise, of what I will be producing - try and envisage this with the inclusion of text relevant to the event being advertised).
I'm not interested (just yet) in charging hourly, and am hoping to have a set price for this specific work. What does everyone think would be a reasonable margain to ask for this kind of work?
Last edited by Jri; December 20th, 2011 at 08:12 AM.
It is going to be hard to get paid more than 10 dollars to design a poster. Sad time for graphic designers.
I do not know what the market rates are like for flyers. But I imagine you could charge something similar to your normal rates for illustration. More than $10 at any rate.
Yea it will definitely be more than 10$ and if it is I would just walk away. As far as pricing though, even if you don't charge hourly still consider it while deciding on price, which I think should be around 150-175(minimum) or more depending on time put in/skill
Last week I went to a convention and someone hire me to do some flyers for his firm ,he payed me 10$ a flyers.
Minimal art went nowhere. - Sol LeWitt