Harvest Stout was inspired from a vintage tool box I restored. After re-creating the letters I needed, I knew I had to see the rest of the typeface through. The confident and condensed letterforms work perfectly for logos and headlines. You could use it for posters to make a package on a shelf speak loud and clearly. Whatever you decide, Harvest Stout brings a wonderful warm and vintage feel.
Harvest Stout includes over 240 glyphs and comes with desktop and web font files.
Rates are one of the biggest questions that new freelance designers ask about. How much do you charge? Should you negotiate rates? Are you charging too much or too little? These are usually easy things to talk about.
But getting lost in the conversation, is how to talk about your rates with your clients. Some clients see rates as a negotiable item when they're in the estimation phase. A common rookie mistake (and one that's been covered before) is to allow that negotiation to take place.