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NURB wrote:That will be a bit tougher to find. Most of us prefer to be paid for our work, not just promised fame and fortune if a product makes it to market. Be prepared to offer a decent rate then see if it works out with you and your designer. Then approach it from a co-founder standpoint.
mirk wrote:Depending on the level of experience you require, new grads who are having trouble finding jobs might be a good place to look.
TaylorWelden wrote:It is your responsibility as an Industrial Designer (or any other profession) to deny these ridiculous offers. Otherwise you're single handedly supporting this scam system and devaluing our profession. Don't be that person.
nxakt wrote:To the original poster, this offer is not in my core competancies nor my interest at this time. Perhaps you can build a convincing case for attracting a designer of some level is work with you, this will likely be done on a personal level. You have some convincing work to do to demonstrate that you have the business skills to partner and complement the work of the designer. Good luck.
yo wrote:Do you bring anything more to the table beyond the idea?