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A few points to keep in mind: Every design solves a problem Stop thinking about the design in terms of "How do I make this pretty?" and start thinking about it in terms "How do I make this as easy to use as humanly possible?" When you're making websites, this means that, in the broadest sense, you're solving a business problem. A website exists to ...


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The best way to give back as a designer is by: Helping SMALL community projects and foundations Unlike the Unicef and other big names who aren't anyway accepting the services of non-firm based designers (they have huge budgets), small community projects and foundations do need help to raise funds and have very limited budgets. In fact, most of their ...


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Donate to a public domain site like Open Clip Art at http://www.openclipart.org As a benefit, an artist can provide a blurb as well as promotional link per submission to his or her own site and services. For example, submit your Adobe Illustrator vector art, write a blurb that includes a description, your webpage address, your services, say, $40 an hour for ...


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There's some details missing in your question! For example, where will this be used for and what's the main purpose of these posters. Already by knowing this, you will have a good clue about what you want to put emphasis on (or not bring attention to.) You asked if there's any good practice for this? Well yes and no. What looks right, is right but as for ...


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I suggest you simply ask your client what is his/her preference. For some of them, it's easier to manage separate invoices and taxes if the projects are done for different brands. If the projects are done for the same brand than it's usually less of an issue and it can be on one invoice. One thing clients don't like about multiple invoices: they need to ...


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If it's two separate tasks yes, if the same thing for 2 different versions then no.



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