Okay, so at the moment I'm an unemployed graduate. I want to get into the graphic design game, and I've been applying jobs here, there and everywhere. I'm building upon my portfolio, working on stuff for free for people - I've been asked to redesign a website - built upon Weebly so it's nothing too in-depth, and I still remember some CSS, not much, but enough to get me by on that. Then I've been asked to do logo's, posters, business cards, flyers etc. I don't *mind* doing them for free, it's all going in my portfolio, but still, it'd be nice to get paid - just the people who have asked me can't afford anything. So, if I'm to attempt freelancing, how do I work out pricing? I don't want to be too cheap, or too expensive. I literally have no idea how much to charge. Do you do it by hour, or by project? Secondly, have you guy's heard of 99Designs.co.uk? I've been looking into entering in some of the competitions, worth a shot if there's a chance I could get some kind of payment for something I've done. What do you think of it? Thanks.