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Running a graphic design business takes a lot of work, and not all of that work is fun. Being an all-in-one solution for graphic designers, HoneyBook makes it possible for you to spend your time on work you enjoy doing, by simplifying the tasks you don’t.
With HoneyBook, you can create custom freelance designer contracts (and get them signed!), draft up proposals, make invoices, and a whole lot more. Using the CRM features, you can onboard clients and store their information in personalized profiles. You also can accept payments and manage your expenses in the same place. And you can work on the go, using HoneyBook’s mobile app.
From start to finish, everything you need to manage projects and run your graphic design business is built into HoneyBook.HoneyBook for Designers
The first step to creating an invoice for graphic design work is choosing the right template for your services and your desired payment schedule.
When you’ve selected a template, you can plug in your business and client info, add in details on the engagement and deliverables, and enter the amount due. You can even customize the design to match your branding, in just a few minutes.
Got it looking the way you want? Go ahead and send it off. Your clients will be notified that they have a new bill and will get automatic reminders if they don’t pay right away.
And if you want to streamline the process even further, you can save the template to reuse later. Just make sure you include the following:
If all the pieces are in place, you’ll be in good shape to reuse the template for future payment installments and client projects.
No matter how you price projects or bill clients, HoneyBook has the templates you need to create on-brand invoices. Every type of invoice from deposits to payment plans and hourly contracts can be created using a graphic design invoice template. Here’s the breakdown of HoneyBook’s template options.
The last thing you want to deal with is clients who drag their feet when it comes time to pay for your design work. HoneyBook makes it easier to get paid on time, by sharing invoices via an online portal and sending regular email reminders to keep your invoice top-of-mind for your clients.
When you’re in the business of creating beautiful, customized designs for your clients’ businesses, you can’t afford to be using generic or off-brand designs on your own. With HoneyBook, you can create perfectly on-brand invoices and share them through a personalized (and branded!) client portal to provide your clients with top-notch client experiences.
Unless you love adding up taxes and discounts, totaling up billing statements can be a painful exercise. Using HoneyBook, you can put all of that math on autopilot, by simply checking a few boxes and entering percentages. Everything else is taken care of for you.
Let’s be honest, the reason you run a graphic design business is because you love to create and design -- not because you love finances. But you also can’t afford to neglect the financial side of your business, since that’s what keeps you in business. HoneyBook helps you create and manage your invoices in a snap, so you can get back to your clients and passion projects.