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What software are people using to create preview renderings of collateral suites they design for their online portfolios?
Hey designers, I am being hired to do a project for a school district and they are paying me with a Purchase Order. This is part of my initial deposit and I wanted to know if this is a legit way of paying me? I won't get the money for 30days? And do I have
to worry about them canelling the the purchase order payment if I start sending then sketches or early samples and they do not like what they are seeing? I usually like to get a deposit payment (real money) before I start working on any project. Any issues
I may face with getting payment from a Purchase Orders? Thanks in advance for any feedback!
Hopfully, you got paid David. Remember, if they cancel they can't use any of the work you completed - and they still owe you for starting. It's a totally legit way to pay you - you just have to agree to the terms. Having said that wait the the 30 days
before you do any work - if you are a new designer you may want to take the risk of starting without acutally having the money in hand. I would not recomend it - but I would have done it in the early years :) Sounds like a credible account - your call.
Experience will get you more work so balance your risk/reward.
I wish AIGA would create and sponsor a match.com like website for creative thinkers to form professional partnerships. It's not LinkedIn or the TED site or a blog. Any thoughts?
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