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Finding Designers on Behance or Dribble

I am taking a look at Behance on design work.
I think that it can be a good place to find designers.

For logos as an example,
https://www.behance.net/galleries/graphic-design/logo

There's also designs for infographics and graphic design.

Finding by designers could be better
Logo designers.

Dribble is another website.

I have found that designers on the freelancing platform Upwork link back to either Behance or Dribble or their own websites.

Upwork is similar to Fiverr except that Upwork is project-oriented.
You post a project and invite freelancers to take a look at the project.
Freelancers can also take a look at projects and contact you.
You can add screening questions as well.

For Fiverr, you contact each designer separately and have to re-state the project.
Fiverr has a faster turn-around from my experience but it's harder to screen freelancers from the nature of the platform.

The main downside of hiring these designers on Behance or Dribble would be the cost because they have portfolios.
Fiverr would likely have designers offering cheaper services.

Is this more like a guide Matthew, or is there a question/request to share experiences?

Have you read the forum guidelines for effective communication already?

Somewhere in the middle.
It's more like I'm sharing my thoughts and journaling what I'm doing.
In that sense, it's a guide.
At the same time, I always welcome thoughts and other people's experiences to be shared.

Would you like me to be more explicit in the future?

I am sharing my personal experience on how to find the designer.
Feel free to share your thoughts and experiences.

Quote from Matthew Whitewood on September 13, 2021, 3:58 pm

Would you like me to be more explicit in the future?

Not necessarily.
Wholly up to you, just wasn't sure if it might have been an indirect request and wanted to clarify.

In any case, the designer I've found for most of this website's work is both incredible and poor at the same time.

The great one has been this community.
The poor one has been the executioner one that simply turns a great idea into something that looks more like a designer work -but unless you feed him everything, you can't count on him on any real-added value work except for that design polishment-.

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