Things You Need To Know!
Q: How can I start a project with you?
A: Use the contact form to email me ()
State what type of design work you are interested in.
Q: How much are Logos?
A: Please request my branding questionnaire, pricing is listed on this form, (I am NOT fiverr, $50-$100 is not the ball-park here) Pricing is also subject to change - Artists evolve so should their pricing.
(It wont come as a surprise)
Also pricing for illustration work is project based, when emailing an inquiry please give me an Idea of your concept, whether its full color which adds to cost. Pricing for illustrations can start at $200+
Q: Does this come with Copyright/Trademark?
A: No, you are responsible for trademarking all materials created for your brand.
Q: What's the turn around time?
A: Typically 3-4 Weeks - Unless you select 1-2 Rushed Design
(Projects are mapped out on calendar so 3 weeks is usually a good cushion between projects,
I am also a full time designer)
Q: How do I pay?
A: Through paypal invoicing typically, but I do take all other forms of payment and can provide receipt/invoicing.
Q: Is there a deposit?
A: Yes, 50% In order to begin your project, this deposit becomes non-refundable once the project is started.
Q: What is the process?
A: For Logo designs you have to fill out and send me your branding questionnaire, pay your deposit, once work is started I will send you the sketch, line-work, color variations. When logo is complete, final deposit needs to be paid on completion of logo design, this will release the logo to you in zip via email folders/hi-resolution files.
Q: Do you create original content?
A: Absolutely, everything goes from sketch to fully fleshed out concept. I do not use free vector art, trace, use apps, canva, to create anything. I work with pencil and paper, ipad procreate, adobe illustrator, photoshop.
You MUST have a concept ready in order to start a project, nobody is going to know what your business is about better than you. I of course can bring your idea to life with a creative spin. But, there has to be something to work with.