How much will this cost?
Depending on what ‘this’ is, I’ve put together a few project briefs to give you an idea of what I’ve charged for these projects.
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The brief was to create a two-page (A4) case study showing how the company’s customer-relationship-management software had helped a manufacturing company.
I was asked to interview the CRM company’s marketing director, and also the marketing director at the manufacturing company.
The company provided me with a lot of background and information about their product, previous case studies, and other marketing materials.
This cost – £350.
The brief was to write an 800-word blog post, with illustration briefings for a machinery manufacturer.
The client wanted a fresh angle on an evergreen topic (how to bring machinery back into use after it had been stored or not used in a year or so).
I interview the company’s managing director, and also one of their customers. One of the customer’s machines had spent 4 months standing in water due to flooding.
This cost – £400.
eLearning Course Storyboard
This way for a two-module interactive eLearning course, including the design document.
The storyboard included graphics/animation directions, voice-over script, interactivity directions, animation directions, image ideas, and developer instructions.
This included interviews with two subject matter experts and collaborating with various members of the learning and development team, and doing research.
The course was to teach staff members about machine learning, neural networks, and deep learning.
The first module covered the basic concepts and the second module showed real-life examples relevant to the company. These included facial recognition and fraud detection.
The cost – £1,000.
The brief was for a 90-second script. The client provided several videos they had previously used that they now wanted to re-edit into a new shorter version.
They wanted a story created around the topic (using an often overlooked feature in their software).
The cost – £350.