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MyPrice · The app every freelancer needs [FREE APP]

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Mark: Pricing your creative services fairly and accurately is a tough task.

 

If you're freelancing you can under price and be smothered with work that's not profitable or you can over price and be listening to crickets while your telephone gathers dust. As an agency, a few bad pricing mistakes and you'll find yourself selling your Herman Miller chair to cover a small part of the power bill.

 

There are so many fixed and variable factors involved in pricing a project and each project is different. Professional creative services is not a 'one price fits all' proposition.

 

Recently I found a great [FREE] iPhone app that helps simplify the pricing process. It takes into consideration various 'constants" like your location, skill level and work experience, then it asks you pertinent questions (variables) about the project you are pricing.

 

The results help you determine your base hourly or project rate and gives you a really good price range for which to base your proposal.

 

It's a much better way to consistently and professionally price your services rather than just pulling a number out of your nose.

 

Are you a web or graphic designer? Calculate how much you can charge for your creative services taking under account factors like the project, client, location, as well as your education and experience.


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50 jQuery Function Demos for Aspiring Web Developers - Smashing Coding | Smashing Coding

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Every aspiring web developer should know about the power of JavaScript and how it can be used effectively to enhance the ways in which see and interact with web pages.
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Victor Durán's curator insight, February 19, 2013 2:58 AM

Muy buen artículo, explica un poco acerca de qué es el jQuery y porqué es una de las principales herramientas de diseño web hoy en día. Enlista las funciones jQuery más útiles para programadores principiantes, además utiliza ejemplos gráficos sencillos y es posible visualizar el código. Desafortunadamente hace falta algún ejemplo en el que se puedan ver las funciones jQuery en sitios web completos.

 

Calificación: 8/10

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MyPrice · The app every freelancer needs [FREE APP]

MyPrice · The app every freelancer needs [FREE APP] | inkieto.com | Scoop.it

Mark: Pricing your creative services fairly and accurately is a tough task.

 

If you're freelancing you can under price and be smothered with work that's not profitable or you can over price and be listening to crickets while your telephone gathers dust. As an agency, a few bad pricing mistakes and you'll find yourself selling your Herman Miller chair to cover a small part of the power bill.

 

There are so many fixed and variable factors involved in pricing a project and each project is different. Professional creative services is not a 'one price fits all' proposition.

 

Recently I found a great [FREE] iPhone app that helps simplify the pricing process. It takes into consideration various 'constants" like your location, skill level and work experience, then it asks you pertinent questions (variables) about the project you are pricing.

 

The results help you determine your base hourly or project rate and gives you a really good price range for which to base your proposal.

 

It's a much better way to consistently and professionally price your services rather than just pulling a number out of your nose.

 

Are you a web or graphic designer? Calculate how much you can charge for your creative services taking under account factors like the project, client, location, as well as your education and experience.


Via Mark Strozier
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