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Creative Circle
Freelance Graphic Designer was asked...January 16, 2019

What is your ideal job?

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I am looking for work for graphic design that can be done remotely, and can be at a tight time like contract workers. Less

Additional freelance to help fill my schedule

Color Ad (California)

She asked what my per hour rate was.

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I said that it was $45/hr and this was too high, but she still wanted to work with me at this point and agreed she would get with me. Less

Comex Group

Can you create promotional materials for the company?

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Yes I can.


What are you trying to achieve by applying here ?

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I like become a desinger in all over world

Christmas Tree Shops

Are you willing to relocate?

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How do you begin to work on your project?

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Talked about what resources I use, how I begin to do my research, look at current trends, sketch out ideas before I move onto using software. Less

Robert Half

What kind of work are you looking for, contract, part-time, full-time, and what areas of design are you interested in serving?

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I'm open to any, so long as they are remote! With full-time, I'll just need the flexibility to serve on-call clients. Regarding types of work, I'll serve as a Production Graphic Designer, Content Marketing Graphic Designer, and Illustrator. Less

Fahrenheit IT

What is your experience?

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I told her I have self initiated projecs.

Goldman Marketing Group

Will you design a couple comps for us so that we can access your skill? It’s always a huge, red flag when companies ask for free comps in order to “make a decision” whether to hire talent. Goldman Marketing Group is no exception. After being in business for over 5 years you would expect them to be more adept at working with design talent. If a company can’t make a decision based on an existing portfolio and a resume, how can they be expected to make other business decisions? It’s a poor choice to treat talent as a commodity rather than as a potential team member that will ultimately attract and retain business for the company. Poor communications and little to no respect for talent earns this company a big thumbs down.

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GMG's biggest value is a group of talented people. When we seek for a new team member or a contractor we always look for a right fit and a good vibe first. That's why our recruitment process has many steps and takes time. We believe in equal opportunity for all candidates that's why on one of the final stages we ask to participate in a working interview, during which we assess technical knowledge, communication and problem-solving skills. Any seasoned designer knows how crucial is to understand a creative brief and to ability to follow instructions - this is what we want to assess. Less


Introduce yourself

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Why did you choose this company

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