Every freelancer should have (reasonable) payment terms and a guarantee (
more on that here). They help to make sure that cash flow is healthy, that we trust our clients and that we can complete projects without worrying (too much) about invoice payment.
You can read mine here.
Pretty simple, I have a guarantee!
It'd be pretty amiss of me to have
payment terms for you and offer nothing in return.
The guarantee covers what happens if you're not happy with the work delivered, if the brief is not met, what happens if either of us wants to stop the project and more!
You can read my guarantee here.
see here for my rates (hourly, contract days etc.)
I also have a
Fiverr store offering several services at fixed rates and I'm also on PeoplePerHour.
I also sell several products through my other brand
Sheffield, in the UK.
I am available to travel for work,
see my payment terms page for travel and accommodation costs.
I prefer the freedom that contracting and freelancing gives, so for the most part (unless cash flow becomes a problem) I wouldn't.
However, for the right salary, project and if fully remote I could potentially be swayed.
If you are a recruiter offering me a perm position please use my
CV e-mail, LinkedIn or my contact form.