My client asked for a quote to create 3 different A4 InDesign templates with different page layouts, font families, colour palette, chapter separation styles, all the heading and paragraph styles set up with approx 24 pages layout. I have priced £490 for a 2 days work but the client thinks it is expensive. Please advise as I don't want to work for free.

  • I'm afraid this question is impossible to answer as it depends on so many factors. You indirectly tell us you are in the UK by giving the price in pounds, but there are many details affecting the price we don't know about. In Denmark where I'm from, that price would be for about 1 full day's work - not 2.
    – Wolff
    Mar 10 '21 at 16:44
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    Many prospective clients will always complain prices are too high. That doesn't mean they are. It means the "client" doesn't want to pay what you've quoted. How you negotiate from there is up to you. In my world, £490 ($682 US) would be horribly, horribly low for a 24p, A4 design - much less three of them, and templates to boot! But pricing is relative.
    – Scott
    Mar 10 '21 at 18:25
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    Possible Duplicate: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/25712/…
    – Scott
    Mar 10 '21 at 18:50

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