Originally posted by mixedupmacandpc
Originally posted by rAyVoLvEz
It honestly depends on your skill level, which we have not seen as yet, so we are not in position to advise what rate you are worthy of.
I truly wish i could let go of statements like this, but alas, I can't. 1) skill level is akin to the reading of a VU meter on an analog tape deck, and 2) the tendency for arrogant designers to rate others is way off the scale these days, and they should refrain from emitting, or at least limit "that noise".
Figuring out what to charge a client has as much to do with a dozen other factors besides "perceived" skill level, some of which have been mentioned here (in this post), but most of which has been mentioned here, if u read each and every one of the articles there:
...and there are even more esoteric factors that come into play that are hardly ever mentioned ...like the schmooze factor. If anyone wants to know more about that, just let me know, and I'll crank up the bs level.