Basically, we’re experts at what we do. While you may only be marginally good at updating your company’s social media profiles or struggling with design concepts, a Freelancer such as myself does this for a living, so we know what tactics to use to get the best results.
But lets kick off with the obvious reason, Cost. The average freelancer doesn’t have anywhere near the overheads of an established agency such as office space, so here is an immediate and tangible saving that you as a client can make.
Clients and agencies are gravitating towards smaller teams. As well as cutting the cost of overheads, many businesses are seeing value from hiring a smaller team that can be more focused on their client and develop greater expertise in their particular industry.
If you’ve ever hired an agency in the past you’ll find that usually you’ll deal day to day with an account manager who then passes on your requirements and changes to a designer or developer who implements them then advises your account manager when they’re done.
Freelancers these days have to be experts in a number of disciplines. It’s no use being a great designer who can’t clearly communicate with their clients. Freelancers generally have excellent procedures in place for handling both the client liason aspect of the project as well the actual implementation.
This gives you the confidence that when you’re passing on your requirements for your project that you’re actually passing them directly to the person who will be doing the work!
As an Independent Designer, I am highly committed. I put more value on smaller retainers, and my flexibility makes me more accountable for my work. Whether big or small, my experience in 3DS Max, Sketchup, Web development and consulting will provide you efficient strategies to get your project done.
AUTODESK REVIT / AUTOCAD / 3DS MAX