If you’re a graphic designer looking for a side hustle, a number of online platforms can help you find part-time jobs in graphic design. Here are some of the best.

Fiverr

Fiverr is a broad-based work platform, where freelancers can create a profile and offer pre-priced “packages” of work. As a graphic designer, for instance, you might offer to design packaging for new products; mailers; game designs; or brochures. You set your rates and specify what’s in your package. You can create a basic, premium and pro-package, which include different levels of service and different prices, as well as the turnaround time. The site takes a 20% fee for connecting you with clients. You can find out more about Fiverr by reading our review here. Or your sign up for Fiverr here. (Fiverr is a SideHusl.com affiliate. This does not impact our reviews. But, if you click on our links, SideHusl may earn a small referral fee.)

FreeUp

Freeup connects graphic designers with work making logos, branding materials, infographics and more. The site is particular, screening freelancers heavily. But, if you get accepted, you’ll find plenty of work and it’s well paid. Freelancers in this marketplace set their own rates based on their skill levels. Entry-level positions (generally reserved for people outside of the U.S.) pay $5 to $10; Mid-Level professionals charge $10 to $30 and experts can charge $30 and up. The site takes a 15% commission. You can find out more about Freeup by reading our review. Or you can sign up to list your services on FreeUp here. (FreeUp is a SideHusl.com affiliate. This does not impact our review. But we could earn a small referral fee if you click on this link.)

Skyword

Skyword connects Fortune 1000 clients with content creators, who produce blog posts, infographics and corporate videos. The client sets the rate of pay, which can be accepted or rejected by the freelancer. Skyword charges the client, not the freelancer, a fee for the matchmaking service. Freelancers say that the work is not constant, but is generally well-compensated. You can learn more about Skyword by reading our review.

99Designs

99Designs offers a great value proposition to clients who want a logo or business card designed on the cheap. For as little as $299, the customer can create a (Bronze) “contest” and have at least 30 different designers compete for the job. Higher-value contests — Silver, $499; Gold, $799 and Platinum, $1,299 — get you as many as 90 designs to choose from. However, the value proposition is flipped for designers. Because you’re competing with at least 30 different designers for the lowest-value contest, you have poor odds of getting work.

Your odds of doing a lot of work for no pay? Excellent. This is one design opportunity that we don’t recommend. You can learn more about 99Designs by reading our review. Or, if you want to sign up, you can Click here. (99Designs is a SideHusl.com affiliate. This does not impact our review. However, if you click on this link, SideHusl could earn a small referral fee.)

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