FAQ

How much does it cost to work with you?

A: I would love to provide you with a custom quote for your freelance graphic design job. Most projects can be based around your budget, the types of materials you want, and the timeline that you need it to be accomplished. This is a completely custom service built from your specifications. Please contact me with the details of the job and I’ll get back to you soon! 

 

What does the cost include?

A: Depends on the job specifics. Typically, first draft of a logo design will include 3 to 5 different designs for your input, whereas one brochure design or website design will be presented, according to the specifications we’ve discussed. After your input, I will make changes and present the refined design for your approval. A second round of small changes is included in the original design quote. After two rounds of changes, any additional changes you request will be billed at my hourly rate. All this will be spelled out in the design bid proposal for your approval, before a deposit is taken or work begins.

 

How long will the project take to complete?

A: The time frame to complete your graphic design project will vary depending upon the details of the job. We’ll arrive at a mutually agreeable time frame before work begins. I have a reputation for reliable and timely delivery.

 

Can we talk on the telephone?

A: Absolutely! I would love to talk with you. You can call me from the contact information provided on the site, or shoot me an email to set up a call at your convenience. You’re welcome to call me between 8:30am to 5:00pm, weekdays.

 

Can you help with printing?

A: You bet! I work with a group of awesome printers and they’d be happy to give you a price quote for printing your job.

 

How do you accept payment?

A: With most graphic design projects, I require a 50% down payment prior to starting the job. This is payable by your choice of methods: bank transfer, PayPal, or check, in U.S. dollars. Details are included in our agreement. The remaining 50% is due upon completion of the project, prior to release of files.