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Apr
19
comment How do I determine an appropriate UX design hourly rate for my location?
Hey Sascha, that is a great formula too. I'm afraid those formulas give you a number one wants to ask the client to pay, and I'm more interested in hearing stories of people hustling it out and telling the numbers that work around. However, your formula gives me a number I like, and that's good.
Apr
19
comment How do I determine an appropriate UX design hourly rate for my location?
I guess this is a different moment than the dotcom, and with all the competition and this recession, I feel I need a very aggressive social networking in order to keep getting the $150/hour clients. I feel right now is not just about asking what you want, but I'd love to be wrong.
Apr
15
comment How do I determine an appropriate UX design hourly rate for my location?
@glen-lipka I've been told of $150/hour, but usually it is way above what some companies (well established ones) want to pay, so I wanted to make sure. Which might be a reason in favour of accepting it is $150, as companies naturally would like to have enough margin to negotiate against, I guess (or just bring cheap labour.)
Apr
15
comment How do I determine an appropriate UX design hourly rate for my location?
Thanks, it seems a good and well thought formula. I'll try to calculate it to get an idea which to compare against.
Apr
15
comment How do I determine an appropriate UX design hourly rate for my location?
Still difficult to make a serious equivalence, so perhaps good judgement should be the indicator.
Apr
15
comment How do I determine an appropriate UX design hourly rate for my location?
@Phil I realise it is a fictional way to match salaries, but it was the best one I could find. I made it into Big Mac meals, cause, frankly, I don't know what a Big Mac costs in New York City, and I fond the Big Mac menu value online.