It’s an equal-opportunity freelance website.
This is how it works. Basically there are fixed prices for all jobs and the jobs are placed in categories. For example, if a potential client wants a 3D render of an apartment, they would go to: 3D Renders->Architecture
The possible options under Architecture (not limited to these alone) are:
Interior ($300.00) x Number of Rooms.
They would then submit their request for (3D Render Interior 3 Room Apartment) Which is a $900.00 job…fixed.
You (the freelancer) see the job posted, and you make an offer with your portfolio. Then the client can make a decision, not on cost, but on talent.
Why use this rather than other cheap freelance websites? This website will attract SKILLED workers who take their job seriously - not quick penny earners.
Obviously there are many factors, but I’d like to get this idea in motion. I’d actually be willing to design this junk. What do you think?