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You hold yourself to a higher standard. Rightly or wrongly, you hold yourself to a higher standard when working for yourself. If your clients are happy with the work then you are happy with the work, but your clients generally don't have the same eye for design as you do. We probably all believe (consciously or not) that our own website, logo, branding and ...


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Every designer has the problem, but... That cake business, yeah you didn't get it right the first time. The dog trainer? Nope you didn't get it perfect either. You know what did happen? You got something up and running that was good enough. They don't care if the UX isn't flawless, the design isn't cutting edge, and the markup isn't beautiful... whatever ...


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Any work requested after the project has finished, has been signed off on and final files have been delivered, is a new job. Charge accordingly. If it is a small revision, charge for an hours work. Even small revisions take time. It takes time to find files and resources, re-export and prepare deliverables, upload, email etc. Even a 5 minute revision can ...


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Cost is a factor of many things. Mainly how long you expect to take to complete the work and what your hourly rate is expected to be. Since you are not specifying where you are its impossible to say. Pricing varies so heavily on your location because the cost of living is so wildly different i different places, even within a country. Even the clients ...



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