Pricing for Creative Work
Curious of costs before we work together? I don’t blame you, creative pricing is all over the board.
More than likely, you looked me up to create a logo for your brand or business. And that’s a good thing! I don’t think there’s many things I enjoy more than really nailing a design for a new or existing mark. Pricing for logo from start to finish will typically run from $695 to $1395, depending on business requirements (nonprofit, corporate, etc.).
My pricing is typically a flat fee for logo design. No, phrases about “exposure” won’t lower it. Yes, it is partially based on the size of the company and request.
For starters, the larger the organization, the more this same creative mark has to fit a much larger variety of applications. Instead of just fitting in a profile picture, it’s got to work on [possibly] stationery, business cards, pens, billboards, clothing, and/or a seemingly endless list of uses.
As for exposure, well, that simply never lives up to the promise. Plus, exposure doesn’t buy plane tickets or nice bottles of whiskey. If you suggest I shouldn’t charge as much because of who you are — I don’t think we will be a fit, and good luck.
Adrian & Blissfield Railroad
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Looking for a new website, or a refresh on an existing platform? I just may be able to help you there.
I can build you a custom website in multiple platforms: including WordPress, Squarespace, and [preferably] CraftCMS. I’ve been specialized in front-end code for more than 5 years now. Since joining Mighty in the Midwest in 2019, I’ve extended that to full-stack development.
Websites and web apps are tricky to price, as they can range incredibly significantly. At a bare minimum, you should be considering at least 10K if you’re a non-profit or social cause. Beyond that, I will most likely be building it with Mighty, so it wouldn’t hurt to contact them directly, either.
The Pyramid Scheme
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