From websites, to marketers, to agencies, to individuals with an idea, I work with passionate and dedicated entrepreneurs all over the world.
I love to combine my experiences and expertise in web design and development to create awesome websites, marketing materials, print design, or whatever else my clients need.
A Little List Of Ways I Can Help You.
The process of figuring out what you need, when you need it, and how to most effectively accomplish it. We’ll start with a lot of questions and end with a Plan of Action specific to you.
Identity is the foundation for the rest of your brand. Starting with a strong, unique, and memorable logo, we’ll go on to colors, graphics, and all the other necessities.
My love for design is rooted in print. Even with all the advancements of technology, there’s nothing like getting a perfectly planned, well designed print piece.
No matter what industry you’re in, your customers are online – so you should be too. Together we can create a social plan that fits your needs.
Can you explain what your company does and the products or services it offers in just a few short sentences? If not, I can help. Then we can work on a content plan.
Are you overwhelmed? Does your site just feel blahhh? Let’s fix that! I can offer ideas, options, suggestions and design help that will get you excited again.
Strategy + Planning
The first step is you tell me all about your business. I want to know everything you feel like sharing - everything from the past, in the present, and what you see in the future. Then together, through research and analysis, we’ll come up with a detailed action plan. This could include things like brand strategy and messaging, website design, or visual direction.
Build + Develop
Step two is using the information and strategy we’ve just gathered, and start developing creative solutions, all while keeping the main goals and vision in mind. Whether it’s branding, website design, or marketing, together we’ll collaborate to refine and finalize our initial concept ideas through two more rounds of refinement.
The final step (after everything is finished and approved) will be you receiving all of the files and tools needed to successfully launch your product to your clients. I'm also happy to give recommendations of printers and other creatives if your project needs them after our work is done. I always strive to make sure my clients are taken care of!
Fun With Numbers - Statistically Speaking
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Frequently Asked Questions
We are a perfect match if:
- You’re a whole lotta fun and don’t take life too seriously. (This is a must!)
- You want to make money. More money. But you don’t want to bore yourself into submission reading dusty business books that use phrases like “market trend” and “according to the analytical measurements”.
- You want to punch people in the face every time they say, “You just gotta pay your dues first” and “Count your blessings.”
- You’re ready to be super proud and confident of your business on and off line.
- You hate dealing with all that nerdy-techy stuff.
- You’ve ever thought, “I always wanted to start my own business.” OR “I have no idea how to sell myself.” OR “What social platform should I choose?”
- You have a healthy appreciation for coffee + fruit + cheese + carbs + caramel – not all together. (This isn’t a requirement, but definitely helpful.)
Well that’s a pretty easy one: My ideal client is anyone who loves great design and appreciates my creative, outside-looking-in perspective. I enjoy working with people who understand the value of what I do and want to use design to tell their business story. And anybody at all who has as much passion about what they do as I do.
I’m not picky. I love learning about all industries. I’ve worked with a manufacturer, an office supply company, a photographer, a phone book, a coffee shop, a musician, and several online startups and bloggers. I believe the best client relationship scenario begins with an appreciation of each other’s work. I want to work with people who enjoy their job, want to laugh at jokes, and enjoy learning and collaborating.
That’s a little tougher.
Each project is different so the timelines will be too. There are so many variables that the best way to get an accurate estimate is to send me an email and start the conversation. I’ll ask you a few questions and we can begin to plot out a custom timeline that fits both of our schedules.
My prices are based on the amount of hours your project will take. In order to determine that, we need to talk about your project, the level of detail, the requirements, the deadlines, the goals, etc. The best way to start that process is to send me an email and I’ll ask you a few questions.