Contently’s Clients Are Looking for Interactive Designers, Animators, and Motion Graphic ArtistsBy Dillon Baker February 16th, 2016
In the name of connecting freelancers to our clients, we publish information about the kinds of freelancers our clients are looking for. Contently helps top brands create and manage content. As part of that mission, we connect our clients to high-quality writers, designers, photographers, and videographers who can help them realize their marketing needs through beautiful content.
The hope is that everyone benefits: You, our readers, will be first in line for high-paying client work, and Contently can draw from a wide, high-quality base of freelancers to service our clients.
This week, our clients are looking for animators, motion graphic artists, and interactive designers to creative interactive webpages, infographics, and quizzes, as well as animated videos. Individuals and larger, full-service providers are welcome to apply—both are expected to provide scriptwriting, storyboarding, and voiceovers.
Here are some examples of the kind of work you will be doing:
Pay is determined by clients, but generally falls into the following ranges:
- Rates begin at $7,000, and can rise as high as $250,000 for a series.
- Turnaround times start at two weeks for smaller projects.
If you haven’t worked with Contently’s platform or our clients before, here’s the gist:
- Our platform allows clients to pay you instantly upon submission. In other words, no waiting around for a check or bothering with invoices.
- There’s no obligation to accept assignments.
- Before getting started with our clients, you will be fully trained on our platform.
- Our talent team and managing editors will support you throughout the process.
- Our clients are all major brands that will make strong additions to your portfolio.
If you’re interested, here’s how to apply:
- Register with Contently by creating a free Contently portfolio.
- Send your portfolio URL and a short summary about your experience to our talent team for evaluation via this form: