Juiiicy

Juiiicy Review

Juiiicy is similar to Dribbble in which the only way to become a member is to get an invite from an existing member. This is to help maintain the quality standards of designers in the site. They also have a referral program which entitles you to 7% of the final invoice. This means that if you hear about a job opening and post/refer it to the site, you get a commission once the client you referred books a designer on the site.

Jobs Available on Juiiicy

The jobs available on Juiiicy are mostly freelance design work.

JuiiicyPricing & Plans

Joining Juiiicy is free. All you need is an invite to join. Once you start taking work, you receive 87% of the total invoice. The rest goes to fees and commissions.

Employers or clients who hire a designer on Juiiicy pay a fee of 3% to the final invoice and another 3% for credit card processing fees.

Is Juiiicy a Scam?

Our readers have not indicated that Juiiicy is a scam. The site has a very nice concept although many designers have remarked that it’s hard to find regular work. It’s a gated community which only accepts extremely good designers.

 

This Juiiicy review was updated May 2017.





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