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What would you charge?

Discussion in 'Logo Design & Brand Identity Forum:' started by studioeighty, Apr 15, 2009.

  1. studioeighty

    studioeighty Member

    Hi guys,

    I've been asked by a client to design a powerpoint presentation.

    It's going to be between 30 and 50 slides.

    I am sourcing imagery too so need to bare this in mind.

    I know these are very time consuming but just wondered if anyone could offer any advice.


  2. Adam

    Adam Senior Member

    I would offer the same as usual, charge by the hourly rate. Don't do it by X amount for a frame because some might take longer than others.

    Your best bet would be to stick to charging by the hour in my opinion.
  3. I would charge by the hour for it ... Powerpoint always takes longer than people think... its a pig of a program IMHO.
  4. studioeighty

    studioeighty Member

    cheers guys. I thought hourly would probably be appropriate. I remember spending a whole day on a 24 page powerpoint presentation!
  5. yup.. I have to deal with Powerpoint alot these days (the company I work for gets them from speakers etc and they have to be made into PDFs for printing etc) some people make 40mb powerpoint files which is crazy!
  6. DereckJohnson

    DereckJohnson Junior Member

    Power Point? My advise, walk away from it.

    If you do get involved, take you hourly rate x by the number of slides then double it for the hassle the job will become.

    Most importantly agree, before you start, the cost of changes. Obviously if you've made a mistake then you can't charge, but if your client decides to change their mind after you've finished, you don't want to be doing it all again for nothing.
  7. Russell

    Russell Member

    Ugh I'm in the middle of a powerpoint job, think it's going to be 60-80 slides in total, that's a hell of a long presentation! Do find it an utter pain to work with and often find myself designing elements in illustrator and just importing them as jpegs as to set them up in powerpoint would take an age.

    Sound advice on charging by the hour, as some slides will take seconds others 30- 40 mins.
  8. Xenonsoft

    Xenonsoft Active Member

    By the hour sounds like good advice, I would go with that personally.
  9. feelalive

    feelalive Junior Member

    I know that many designers charge their clients by the hour. Well I am no agree, cos we all know that you can put how many hours you want , so in this way we can loos our credibility. I think the best way to charge for designing a website or in this case a power-point presentation, by the number of pages created and complexy of that website ..
  10. Xenonsoft

    Xenonsoft Active Member

    I personally charge by the project, but for something that you don't know how long it will take as long as they know that then I think by the hour is fine.
  11. br3n

    br3n Senior Member

    oh the irony.
  12. Dazzer21

    Dazzer21 Member

    I'll second that!
  13. Kevin wed

    Kevin wed New Member

    I would definitely charge by the hour for a job like that

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