I understand that a brand or website design can be a huge investment. In order to make it more affordable, I do offer custom payment plans upon request. I just require that all final payments be made before I send over any final files.
I do—I love packaging design! If you'd like to see a client project that included packaging, check out this link. Since every packaging project is different depending on the needs of the client, I will put together a proposal based on the details you give me on our initial call.
I am happy to help out with printing needs at an additional price. I will also always give recommendations for printers that I know do great work!
Payment for services is submitted through an invoice and paid via an electronic invoice that is emailed to you. All project payments are due in two parts, a 50% non-refundable payment is due prior to work beginning and to hold your spot in the queue. The second half of the project payment is delivered at project completion before final files are delivered and/or website is launched.
Each opportunity for revisions gives you the chance to give me feedback/request minor changes to the design that I’ve done so far. Any additional revision requests will be charged at an hourly rate.
I'll give you everything you need to be successful with your brand. You'll receive every version of your logo, icons, and illustrations in every color applicable and in every file type (.png, .jpg, .pdf, .ai). You'll also receive a PDF with guidelines for how to best use your logos, typefaces, and colors, as well as custom launch graphics, so that you can show off your new look!
My goal is to set you up with a website that will last you and be easy to update without having to hire a designer in the future, and I have found Showit and Shopify to be the best options for this. I will also provide you with a video tutorial to equip you to make changes to your site. In addition to that, both platforms have great help documents with all the information you need for editing. Of course, I'll always be available to help you make changes in the future as well, but it will just be charged at my hourly rate.
Showit has a great team that takes care of all this. They will transfer your old blog to you new site and it will flawlessly integrate with the new site I create. In Shopify, it requires a little more work to migrate, but we can definitely make it happen!
After doing a lot of research, I truly believe that one of these 2 platforms will best fit your website needs. Because of this and because I have streamlined my processes to work within these two platforms, I do not offer my services on any other platforms. If you have questions about this, please contact me, and we can talk through what would be best for you and your business.
Each situation is different, but typically, I recommend that my e-commerce clients use Shopify and all my other clients use Showit. If your website is relatively simple and doesn't need the ability to sell products, then Shopify isn't necessary. If you are only selling a few products, then we can consider integrating Shopify lite with Showit. Reach out to me, and I can direct you in what would be best for your business.
Like I mentioned before, my goal is to set you with a website that will last you long-term and have the flexibility to grow and change as your own brand/business evolves over time. I have found Shopify to be the best option for this for my e-commerce clients because of how user-friendly it is and how easy it is to set up a well-functioning shop. By using Shopify, you will save thousands of dollars in development and be able to make changes to your store and copy at any time without any knowledge of coding.
My goal is to set you with a website that will last you long-term and have the flexibility to grow and change as your own brand/business evolves over time. I have found Showit to be the best option for this for my clients who don't need an e-commerce site because of how user-friendly and visually focused it is. By using Showit, you will save thousands of dollars in development and be able to make changes at any time without any knowledge of coding.