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Sebastián Vivarelli

Making a Living as a Designer

Why designers'compensation continues to be so low? A question that still calling for an answer.

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Shalom Suarez
May 2014

I agree with your article, I would also add the fact that most designers, at least those with less experience, don´t know how much to charge for their work and end up almost giving it away, making other designers who do know how to, look bad in front of clients.

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