Good for: Larger events that need a distinct look, or businesses just starting out looking to start a design relationship together to build off the initial logo when ready—you see the value in working with a legitimate designer and don’t want to take the logo and run with it yourself.
Not good for: The brand spanking new stages of a business with all of the uncertainty in business idea + budget. Ruminate on it more so we don’t waste time. Take a look at previous work to make sure we’re a good fit, and have an idea of what you’re looking to accomplish within your budget.
Good for: Small businesses looking for a fresh look and feel that’s consistently carried throughout the brand. For your website…you’re thinkin’ Shopify, Squarespace, or Wordpress so you can take the reigns when it’s done—but retainer fees are available on request for routine upkeep.
Not good for: Businesses looking for a site built from the ground up to be maintained by a team.
Good for: Individuals looking for a personal website, and/or small to mid-sized businesses and shops looking to update their site to better reflect a new look & feel on Squarespace, Shopify, Wordpress, or another similarly trusted platform.
Not good for: Businesses looking for a completely customized look who want to control all of their data, as well as those who need a site built from the ground up that plan to hire a team of engineers & designers to maintain it.
Good for: Single use projects that aren’t necessarily tied to any brand. One-off print projects can be requested on an as needed basis, at any time.
Not good for: Potential clients who are slowly creepin’ into a rebrand territory, or or continue to request project after project without letting me know the plan upfront—it’s bad for both of us. I will set up a special package if multiple projects are involved.
Good for: Editorial work for forward thinking publications: print and/or online usage.
Not good for: People who like whimsical inspirational quotes or those interested in pinterest-y shabby chic aesthetics. Not gonna happen.
Good for: Modern and forward thinking companies that need extra work done to meet a pressing deadline, or those who need a reliable freelancer to work with frequently.
Not good for: Jerks.