Pricing of creative professionals

April 26

How to price your work as a freelancer? Amelia Tait has prepared an excellent overview article in which she advocates for a more equitable and informed approach to freelance pricing — encouraging freelancers to openly discuss their rates with peers within the creative community to assess relevant rates.

"If you feel anxious about probing your peers, then you can look for guerrilla spreadsheets where creatives anonymously share their rates," writes Amelia and shares a few such spreadsheets for different disciplines like animators, journalists, and producers.

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