Freelance

Hello

Yesterday I released www.comicneue.com. Last night it was trending worldwide on Twitter, was featured on the front page of Mashable, Reddit, Hacker News, The Verge, everything! It has been downloaded well over 10,000 times in the last 24 hours, and there are an average rate of 800 people viewing the site at any one time.

I created the font in TypeTool, the cut down version of Font Lab. It was a two year side-project and I put a hell of a lot of work into it, but it needs a final polish from someone far more experienced than I am.

My name is Craig Rozynski. I've been working as a graphic designer for 15 years. 7 of those as a freelancer. I know how to run a project and you'll be in good hands. I am looking for someone to:

Hello there ladies and gentlemen. I'm in an odd situation and would like some advice.

I am about to graduate from Loughborough University with a degree in Graphic Communication. In my final year I developed a love of typography and would like to follow this as a career. I created a font in Fontforge, which you can find on DaFont (search for Tomb if you're interested and it's called Tomb2013). However, I am not actually sure how to pursue a career in this field! It's the creation of working fonts that interests me most, rather than the kind that is typically more decorative that you might find on banners and posters. I'm more into the legible, workable, downloadable and easy to read fonts that use simplicity to portray emotion and a story etc. I hope you understand what I mean.

Can someone please read the Summary and Portfolio sections below and comment if they make any sense at all? This is for my friend's resume, she will be looking for freelance/contract font development projects.

(Hopefully I'm going to catch some attention before everyone sits down in a Dublin pub!)

I am a designer, and over the past 2 years I have created several typefaces (Latin 9). I have done this at my salaried job. I also do freelance design and have recently been asked to give someone a quote for a Latin 9 San-serif character set. Does anyone out there have a general pricing guide they use for freelance type design?

I am a designer, and over the past 2 years I have created several typefaces (Latin 9). I have done this at my salaried job. I also do freelance design and have recently been asked to give someone a quote for a Latin 9 San-serif character set. Does anyone out there have a general pricing guide they use for freelance type design?

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