ONLY BIDS THAT SHOW THAT YOU'VE TAKEN THE TIME TO READ AND ANSWER THE INTERVIEW QUESTIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED~! This also serves as a test of your ability to read and process information in English.
I am seeking a permanent worker to serve as my in-house infographic and cartoon / comic designer, who will do work for me 2 to 3 times every week.
My website posts 2 to 3 articles per week, and I want 3 unique graphical designs for each post, including 1 infographics per post.
Each article's infographics should be grammatically impeccable, combining light text with attractive graphical content. The image alone should be able to tell the main ideas of the article.
The 2 additional graphics per article must drive in an important point, inspired by a quote form the article. The format for the additional graphics is similar to a Dilbert cartoon, and can be COMPUTER GENERATED or HAND DRAWN. Sense of humor here is appreciated.
My website discusses US college admission topics, and my goal is to help reduce student stress even as I encourage students to aspire for attending college/university.
A. Skill and artistry
A & B will be first considered. Between bidders with equal skill/artistry and timeliness, your INITIAL BID price will be the deal breaker.
1. Your bid will be considered as the total pay you are seeking for each SET multiplied by 100. Each set is is the total number of infographics and additional graphics for each article. What is your bid for 100 SETS?
2. How many infographics and how many additional graphics did I say I wanted for each article?
3. How many articles will you be designing infographics and graphics for, each week?
4. Please share ONLY your infographics & cartoons/comics portfolio.
5. What do you know about, or how have you experienced, US college admission?
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The best example of cartoons / comics I am looking for is, Dilbert. Short. To the point. Humorous but Memorable.