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Freelance Designer Invoice Template

A freelance designer invoice is a tool used by those who work independently as a designers to seek payments from customers. Any type of work or project that involves design may use this invoice to collect money.

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DescriptionPriceQtyAmountTax
Subtotal
Discount
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Tax
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Shipping
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Account/unlimited
Account/unlimited

What is a Freelance Designer?

A freelance designer is a person who typically works from their own location (home, personal office) and is their own boss. Designers who can work remotely from their computers are the most apt to be working as freelancers. Freelance designers are not only responsible for their work but also need to be prone to collecting payment for completed work. Using an invoice allows the customer to see a breakdown of the project and the costs, eliminating doubts of overcharges or questionable fees. An invoice also gives the freelancer the ability to charge a down payment at the beginning of a project and collect the remaining balance when a project is completed.

Freelance Design Jobs

Not every type of designer can work independently as a freelancer. Reason being is that some jobs, for example an architectural designer, do not offer the freedom and flexibility to work independently, especially those that work in teams.

The following are the most popular type of freelance design jobs taken up by freelancers:

  • Graphic Designers
  • Web Designers
  • Logo Designers
  • Interior Designers
  • Fashion Designers

Freelance Designer Rates

The going rate for freelance designers working online can range from $20 per hour all the way to $200 per hour. A freelance designer’s rates are subject to the following:

  • Location – It’s known that freelance designers based in India are cheaper than those working in United States. For that reason, it may be very difficult for a person in India to find work charging higher rates.
  • Experience – A freelancer just starting out will have nothing to show in their portfolio from previous work, therefore they may have to price their work at a lower rate even if they consider themselves to be a top tier designer.
  • Reviews/testimonials – On websites such as Fiverr or Freelancer, designers are rated based on the reviews of past clients. A designer’s review count and score can allow them to charge rates higher than their competitors.
  • Language – A designer that can speak English can practically take on jobs from all over the world. Clients that can communicate with their designer are willing to pay more.
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