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App Tells Freelancers How Much To Charge For Their Services

App Tells Freelancers How Much To Charge For Their Services
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Whether you're an experienced freelance designer or a struggling artist finding a way to price yourself accordingly, MyPrice helps figure out the most reasonable rate.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 11 september 2012

PSFK Presents The Future Of Work

Freelancers, specifically designers currently or fresh out of school, often find it challenging to price themselves and their services to potential clients in an informed way. A new iOS app called MyPrice aims to solve this predicament: the app lets you calculate the amount you can reasonably charge for your professional services while factoring in your educational background, experience, the nature of your project, client, and location.

With a few taps and swipes, designers can now figure out an ideal ballpark figure and best charging arrangement for their clients by including ideal hourly rates for varying initiatives, as well as the option to charge on a per-project basis. As a cloud-based software, MyPrice allows users to save the templates of their past projects for future reference.

Watch MyPrice in action below:

MyPrice

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