In general, it's clear that the design industry doesn't like to talk about prices. We tend to keep prices and cost of things quiet until it's asked of us. Obviously there is a time before any signing of a contract when a price must be discussed, but on websites and promotional work and perhaps even initial emails, we always omit them. I believe this is why so many students who are finishing their University courses always ask the same thing - "How much do I charge?". The fact is, University only equips a designer to learn, it doesn't tell them how to do business and my own prices and practices are through trial and error. So, with that in mind, who is forthcoming enough to divulge their pricing plans? How much do you charge hourly? Which projects get charged overall instead of hourly? Do you charge based on how big the client is or do you charge based solely on the level of work? What do you charge for a logo? A complete stationery package? A 20 page website? etc. It'd be really interesting to see what we all charge. I think there may be some reluctance to answer these questions so I'll go first. My own rate is Â£15/hour. I charge based on my time and skill and never charge more/less based on how big the client is - it's always based on the work. I charge Â£360 for a logo design with three options to choose from and 3 rounds of revision. I charge Â£320 for a stationery package with three options and 3 rounds of revision. Just some examples. Care to follow with yours?