• Jamie MartinJamie Martin, almost 6 years ago

    With all due respect, who are you and why should a potential designer care?

    What kind of equity would this person have? What have you founded in the past? What kind of exits have you had, etc.

    10 points
    • Jordan BrewerJordan Brewer, almost 6 years ago

      Thank you

      0 points
    • G FG F, almost 6 years ago

      I think you're misunderstanding the post. I'm not looking to give equity in exchange for work. I'm looking to pay, and pay top-dollar to work with the right designer. I would never expect a talented designer to work for equity - especially with a stranger.

      Once a designer starts working with me, and sees that I'm legit, and wants to work with me on an equity basis, then we can look into that. But that will all come naturally through a trusting relationship built over the long-term.

      2 points
      • Josh Aronoff, almost 6 years ago

        Seems suspect. I have 12 years of experience doing UI and UX work, and you don't seem to be able to be upfront. Lay all your cards on the table. If equity is something someone wants, I wouldn't dismiss it.

        Like you said, if you're legit, you want your idea made no matter what.

        Go all in. Don't do a dance. UI and UX is extremely saturated and competitive as hell right now. You're going to have to be more up front with us.

        2 points