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  • Looking for freelance "GO TO" designers to send regular work to.

    I run a small design/marketing agency. We do a great deal of work in-house, but work level is getting to the point where we will need to outsource more and more.

    I am looking for people who can do the following:

    1. Page Layout (flyers, posters, postcards, etc)
    2. Web design (design and coding)
    3. Creating graphic elements for web.

    I'm looking for go-to people that will respond quickly to requests and put quality first.

    If you are experienced in any or all of the above, please shoot me a PM with examples of your past work, and fees for standard design work.

    Thanks guys/gals!

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