Have a question?
You may be able to find the answer below!
How much does it cost?
This is probably one of the most frequent and important question that non-profits and small businesses ask (and a common misconception, too). All too often I hear the statement below:
Hiring a designer to create high quality graphics will cost too much. Maybe we should just use Microsoft Word and make our own graphics instead.
I understand that for non-profits, small businesses and start-ups, high quality graphic design isn’t thought of as a necessity as a result of high costs. My goal is to minimize costs for those that need it most to ensure more funds go towards helping others and building your business – all while reaping the benefits of good quality design. That’s why my costs are and will continue to be inexpensive to non-profits, small businesses and start-ups. To do this, I provide low cost packages with multiple revisions so that you get the design that you want and know costs won’t fluctuate as the project progresses.
My company isn’t a non-profit, small business, or start-up. Can we still work on a project together?
Absolutely! While I focus on non-profits, small business and/or start-ups, I still work with other types of companies or individuals that need my design expertise.
What is your process?
I like to maintain a fairly simple process
- We discuss every detail of your project and what you’re wanting to accomplish either through email or through a scheduled phone consult and determine the package that’s right for you.
- A letter of agreement is created and signed detailing the project, payment, and expectations.
- Initial mock-ups will then be sent to you via email which includes a few versions to ensure that your design is going in the direction that you want it to.
- Completed designs will be sent to you in small image files to review. Once the designs are approved and full payment is received, I will package and send all design files for you to use at anytime in the future.
How can I pay?
When I send an invoice, I include a link to pay online through PayPal. You can also send a paper check in the mail to my business address.
How many changes are included?
When I start projects, I provide two to three initial versions or “mock-ups” of what your design could be to ensure that we’re on the same page, that the project is going in the direction you want it to and to reduce the number of possible changes. One of these versions might be exactly what you want or you might want to make a series of changes. Each “series of changes” is called a revision. Most packages that I provide offer 2 revisions per project. I have never had a client require more than 2 revisions!