In the final day of the Pricing Bootcamp series, we’ll take a look at how setting boundaries on a project can ultimately increase your value as a designer and keep stress at a minimum.
Having a hard time figuring out exactly what to charge a client? Want to appear flexible without working for chump change? Sounds like you and tiered pricing will get along nicely.
So you’ve met with the client, have the design brief in hand, and you’re ready to sit down to start pricing things out. But wait! Before you get knee deep in the numbers there’s still one more decision to be made. How will you structure the pricing? Will it be hourly or a fixed project rate?
Avoid conversations that damage your bottom line with clients. In this exciting sequel of the Pricing Bootcamp series we’ll examine some common pricing conversation and how to discuss it with clients.
Web design is worth more than just pocket change. In this first post of Pricing Bootcamp series we’ll look at the true value of web design, and why you should show that value through more aggressive pricing.
Display each of your blog’s pages with distinction! Learn how to easily make a variety of page templates from within WordPress.
Please have your ID ready at the door. We’ve got a round of beer and wine themed logos coming your way. Don’t worry about the price, this one’s on the house!
WordPress 2.8′s release has introduced a simplified way of working with an author’s information. In this post we’ll take a look at some applications using the brand new author meta template tag.