Logos, social media icons, favicons, stationery, websites, brochures, packaging and Power Point Templates.
special event & Wedding Invitations
Invitations, RSVP cards, information/Insert cards, custom handwritten envelopes, wedding logos and screen printed handkerchiefs.
uploading, configuration and site optimization of your company information, existing website or blog, using squarespace, wordpress or Weebly.
Postcards, EmailS, Flyers, Posters, Mail Chimp Newsletters, Direct Mail and Banner Ads.
Design is an investment for your business– your visual identity is what separates you from your competitors.
Based on project depth and specifics, I price in one of three ways:
Ongoing - very large projects: bi-weekly payments
Small - large size projects: flat quote
Very small - small projects: hourly rate
I mostly work on a flat rate or package rate basis for medium to large projects. Small projects are hourly (small projects are considered changes to an existing design you have).
If you aren’t familiar with pricing in the design industry, please keep reading. There are more or less three pricing structures.
HIGH PRICING: This is where most agencies and medium-large design studios fall. The pricing is anywhere from $100/hr+ and small projects start around $5,000-$8,000. Agencies and larger studios are great if you have the luxury of budget and time.
MEDIUM PRICING: This is where small studios and seasoned freelancers, like myself, fall. Pricing is generally $50-$100/hr and you get the one-on-one attention, as well as shorter timelines.
LOW PRICING: This is where most students (wanting projects for portfolios) or recent graduates fall. This is a good option if your budget is very low, but keep factors like timeliness, communication and basic business skills in mind.