Start & Run a Graphic Design Business
This book shows artists and designers how they can start their own successful freelance graphic design business.
This is intended for a global audience.
Number of pages: 200
Product Description for Start & Run a Graphic Design Business:
There are minimal costs involved in starting a graphic design business which makes it an attractive opportunity for anyone with an artistic eye. All that is required is a computer, an Internet connection, and design skills. It’s the kind of business that can easily be run from your home! The graphic design business has changed significantly over the past few years. The popularity of photo- and art-sharing websites and social networking sites, and the low barriers to setting up websites have driven a demand for fresh new graphics and provided numerous opportunities for graphic artists to reach new markets and customers. This book will show you how to capitalize on these opportunities, market your business, find clients, and stay organized. Like all books in the Start & Run series, this book is written in an easy, step-by-step format. The included CD-ROM has forms and worksheets that will help you develop a successful business.
Product Specification for Start & Run a Graphic Design Business:
|Author Detail||Michael Huggins is president of Mindwalk Marketing & Design, and a business and marketing coach to self-employed designers and creative professionals. He publishes the popular online newsletter and podcast called For Graphic Designers Only.|
|Size||8¼ x 9¾|
|About the CD||The CD works with all versions of Microsoft Windows: 95, 98, ME, NT4, 2000, XP, and Vista (Vista installation requires you to have Administrator rights on your computer).|
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“[This book] is very well organized, taking you from the beginning phases and development of an idea, into the sustainment and continued marketing techniques that are most effective for your area and target market. I found those points especially easy to understand and assess even in the very preliminary stages of business planning.” – Reading for Sanity, June 2009.