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  • Well first off, what are you defining as a 'web designer'? this can range from a pure graphic designer to a template editing web monkey. Do you want to have freelance designer or someone on a contract/permenant basis? Is it even paid employment?

    It's not an easy thing to hire anyone, but if you work out what exact role they need to fill, then you can look more easily at likely candidates.
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    -Scott McWhirter- | -kungfuftr-
    "JAWK - Just Another Whiny Kid"
    • I consider a "web designer" to be somebody that is able take a spec, design an appropriate page (or set of pages) using HTML and making accompanying graphics, while a "graphic designer" does the same for print.

      A template editing monkey is something entirely different and in this case would be me :)

      Sorry for not being clear on this, I was looking for a freelancer designer for paid work.
      • Rightio... next thing to ask is how much you'd be willing to pay and what quality you'd be looking for within that price range. I know plenty of people who charge around the GBP £20 per hour mark, but that may be a little steep. Another possibility is freelancers.com or that kind of thing.
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        -Scott McWhirter- | -kungfuftr-
        "JAWK - Just Another Whiny Kid"