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Running a Design Business: Pricing and Estimating

Do you know what to charge for your design services? Too much and you risk scaring away potential clients; too little and you're not compensating yourself properly. Let Terry Lee Stone, a design manager who's priced thousands of design projects, show you how to calculate your work's true worth. She explains how to keep good records, set an hourly rate, create estimates then transform them into contracts, and successfully approach financial matters with your clients. Plus, like all the other c...

Cost: $25 Per Month

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Do you know what to charge for your design services? Too much and you risk scaring away potential clients; too little and you're not compensating yourself properly. Let Terry Lee Stone, a design manager who's priced thousands of design projects, show you how to calculate your work's true worth. She explains how to keep good records, set an hourly rate, create estimates then transform them into contracts, and successfully approach financial matters with your clients. Plus, like all the other courses in the Running a Design Business series, this course includes free worksheets—including templates for evaluating your expenses and calculating your fees.

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  • Level of Difficulty: Beginner
  • Size: One-on-One
  • Cost: $25 Per Month
  • Institution: Lynda

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About Lynda: lynda.com is an online learning company that helps anyone learn software, design, and business skills to achieve their personal and professional goals. New courses and topics are added every week at no extra cost. They carefully select the world’s top experts who are the best in their field, passionate about their subject matter, and know how to teach.

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