Hi. I wan’t to ask you guys about the salary you get for webdesign. What I would like to know is not freelancing per hour base payment, but monthly salary. If someone receiving salary in this (fixed pre month amount of money) way, please tell me.
And per hour payment inetersting too, share your prices, it’s very interesting for me, as i’m new in this sphere.
I’m 15, and although I have the same skills as many other web designers, there is a certain limit to the hourly charge I can set without offending customers, because of my age.
I don’t have a fixed hourly price, as I discuss this with the individual client, but we usually end up somewhere around what would equal to 10-15 US dollars (after tax)
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I usually charge around $55/hr for design (Photoshop, CSS /XHTML), and $65/hr for development (PHP/MySQL). Again, it depends on the client, but I try not to sway to far from these costs.
Remember, you need to take at least 40% out for taxes (I’m in the USA ) to avoid The Man, so be sure to add that in when you’re deciding on an hourly rate
I work for a website development company and I get paid AU$2800 per month before tax and AU$2324 after tax. Which works out to about AU$20 per hour.
But I do know the company charges clients AU$100 to AU$130 per hour for my time. Not sure how this relates to others in the industry, but I think it’s pretty good seeing as I’m quite young and no previous experience.
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but monthly salary.
around 2500$ it depends.
I’m a freelancer in the early stages and what I’ve found is that by asking clients to commit to 10+ hours I can reduce my hourly rate – this is usually between £17-24.
Someone in here posted about their age being a problem – mate don’t let that be a hindrance, let your work talk for you. I had exactly the same problem with having no commercial experience but a few personal sites which worked well and looks sweet.
I don’t do enough work to do this full-time, but if I did I’d be aiming for about £25 an hour – and this is purely to cover for the hours where you arent getting paid lol.