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Shutterstock Reimagines Oscar Nominees In The Iconic Styles Of Legendary Artists

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Shutterstock Reimagines Oscar Nominees In The Iconic Styles Of Legendary Artists

Designers often feel guilty when it comes to adding monetary values to their work. How much would be too little, and would you be exploiting your clients if you gave your prices a significant mark-up?

Don’t feel bad about adding an extra zero—or more—to your designs, suggests Chris Do, Founder at Blindagency and design education platform The Futur.

“[T]hink twice before prescribing a solution without properly diagnosing the problem.”

Previously, the designer detailed in a video series how creatives can price their projects, as well as how they can go from charging US$25 to US$2,500 for a logo design.

He has recently condensed his advice into fun-sized bits on Twitter. Check out some thought-provoking tips and read the full thread here.

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