Write a Design Contract that Gets You Paid

By ·Artist, Creative Director, Spacial Designer

  • In this course you'll learn how to write a graphic design contract.
  • Prepare by identifing items you think should be addressed in a graphic design contract. Make a list. Bring it to class.
  • We'll work together to write a contract that addresses a broad client base and includes all possible scenarios.
  • At the end of the course, you will leave with a well conceived and well written contract that you will be able to adjust to fit most any design job you undertake.
Prerequisites
You'll need a computer and a text writing program. I prefer MS Word, but as long as your program can make bulleted items and outlines, we're good to go.
Schedule
  • Writing a Design Contract that Gets You Paid

    Upper West Side Studio

    Upper West Side
    New York, NY

    • We'll discuss how and why to write a contract.
    • We'll look at my basic design services contract and a few others.
    • You'll each write a contract for your client business. (If you are already using a contract, bring an electronic copy with you. We will analyze and update it.)
    • We'll compare contracts and trade tips.
    • You'll leave with an informed knowledge of contract writing and a fully written contract that will get you paid.
    Oct
    18
    Thu, October 18th, 2012

    6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

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E Genevieve Williams

Artist, Creative Director, Spacial Designer

Genevieve has taught typography, portfolio, and editorial design at the School of Visual Arts in New York City for over twenty years. Many of her students have gone on to high profile careers in graphic design, including Pentagram, BBDO, Mother New York, R/GA, HUGE, Razorfish, Sapient Nitro, HBO, Comedy Central, Nikelodeon, MTV Networks, The New York Times, and Conde Naste (just to name a few). She is also the creative director and owner of Six Sisters Design, LLC, a multi-disciplinary design firm with clients such as Girl Scouts of the USA and Princeton University. 

Genevieve's personal career includes over 20 years of experience as an art director, including publications such as The New York Times, Time magazine, Rolling Stone, and the Boston Globe, among others. Her professional awards are numerous: most recently she won a Silver Clio award in 2012 for the SVA yearbook.

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