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Sample Cover Letter Of Graphic Designer

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João P Member Since: May 23, 2017
21 of 51


The first step is to read the job offer carefully to make sure it fits your set of skills and your availability: you want to make sure that you can meet the clients needs on time.

Then, just be honest about why you're a good fit and showcase a specific project that resembles/answers the same  parametres as the job offer.

If possible, include a link to your website or a portfolio and always keep your profile information updated. This is also valid for the portfolio section on your profile page.

ps - avoid generic and impersonal cover letters.

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Aminder S Member Since: Jun 22, 2017
22 of 51


After reading your offer this looks like a perfect fit for my skill sets. I have built a large number of creative designs for different businesses.

My name is Amidner and I am an indian web graphic designer. I love web and graphic designs and have great portfolio with different mockups.

I can assure you several things in addition that I am a professional designer:
- I have a great design sense for European corporate design
- I am an indian with native English. I can guarantee quality in communications.
- I work extremely fast and with high quality

Thank you and I look forward to the opportunity to work with you.


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Preston H Member Since: Nov 24, 2014
23 of 51



I appreciate your attempt to provide a sample job proposal letter.

Maybe this would work with some jobs. But generally speaking, what you posted is not what I would suggest, and I don't think it is the route to success.


Your job proposal is all about you.


But when I post a job, as a client, I want the job proposal to be about ME.


I want it to be about ME and my project.


In your proposal, you don't say anything at all about me and my project. So I would not be impressed or pleased by this.

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Wendy C Member Since: Aug 24, 2015
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Saxon, as Preston and a few others have said - build a professional portfolio of sample work before trying to land a job.


V/O talent is hired based on:

1. How the voice sounds

2. Quality of production (this assumes you have a 'sound studio' of sorts]

3. Your ability to modulate your voice and style to cover a range of needs 

4. Accents you can emulate to perfection -otherwise do not claim you can!


All your cover letter has to include is a line or two and samples of relevant samples + your fee and dilivery date.

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Aminder S Member Since: Jun 22, 2017
25 of 51

Thank for reply

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Monir H Member Since: Apr 13, 2018
26 of 51

I strongly agree with you...Thank you

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Saim S Member Since: Apr 24, 2017
27 of 51

Lots of about "I - ME - MYSELF". Nothing relates to "You - The Client"


The key thing in the cover letter has to be all about "You - The Client and The Project" it should cover all the aspects about the job.


We are here for job, not to show how cute you are. You never gets a job just based on your cover letters. Always apply kiss rule. Keep It Simple Stupid/Smarty.

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Rayhan M Member Since: Feb 21, 2017
28 of 51

You have to read your job carefully then mention your quality as well as you have to know client demand.

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Md. Arshad A Member Since: Jul 29, 2017
29 of 51

I have no work in upwork. How to possible for me. 

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Lanie M Member Since: Jun 24, 2015
30 of 51

Hi Md. Arshad,


Welcome to Upwork. First you will need to update your profile and make sure that it passes our review. Once your profile is approved, you may proceed to apply to jobs related to your skills.


Here are some helpful links as a new freelancer in Upwork:


Getting Started as a Freelancer

Getting Started in Upwork

Submit a Proposal

Lanie M