One of the toughest issues that legitimate designers face these days is on the subject of pricing. An increasingly popular reason for this is due to the huge difference in pricing prospective clients hear when shopping around for a particular design project. If you’re unfamiliar with the process behind good, legitimate design, it probably seems a little confusing. For example, you might be shopping around for a logo for your new company. You decide to look for a graphic designer online and request a quote from a couple of designers who’s portfolio you like. But then, while searching for those designers, you see an ad for a website that offers logos for only $199. When you compare that amount to the proposals you get from the professional designers, you see a world of difference. The same is often true for the pricing you might get from certain “freelance designers”. Why is that? Why is there such a huge difference in price?