You may have seen a book called Graphic Artists Guild’s Handbook of Pricing & Ethical Guidelines. You may even own it–and if not, you probably should. The book answers thorny questions about the business aspects so many creative pros struggle with.
But have you ever thought about the organization behind the book? The Graphic Artists Guild is a national organization that serves “graphics creatives” (print and Web designers, illustrators, production artists, and so on) across the United States. ”
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