Common mistakes designers make with clients – Part 2: Allowing a discount

This post is part 2 of a series. If you’d like to read part 1, please click the link below: Common mistakes designers make with clients – Part 1: Not signing a contract For today’s installment of Common mistakes designers make with clients, I’d like to tackle a controversial one: allowing a discount. I can already here the collective outcry: “What!? No discounts?” But I’m here to tell you that offering a discount to your clients is one of the

Do discounts devalue your design?

As I was reviewing a few articles here at GDB, I noticed that a trend among many readers that leave comments here at the blog is to give discounts to potential clients. In other words, when trying to rope in a first-time client, some designers prefer to give them a 10% off on your first order or something similar. Today I want to discuss the potential risks of offering design discounts and the effect that it might have on the

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