A confidence in clients that what they offer is presented in the best possible light. That gives their clients and customers confidence in what they’re buying.
Most clients ask for the design, redesign, or refinement of a logo, but they also know that people who use what they sell won’t just see a wordmark or symbol in isolation. The logo might be on packaging, signage, a brochure, a social media profile, vehicle graphics, web design, uniforms, invoices, receipts. The design of each element in the visual identity needs consideration as part of a broader whole if it’s to generate and reinforce confidence.
Being up-front about money saves a lot time, and to do that I need to know some specifics about your expectations. Send an email telling me about your business, your goals for the coming years, your design budget, and what you’d like me to help with. I can prepare a quote as soon as possible.
Projects tend to last from a couple of weeks to six months, mainly determined by the amount of items that need to be designed, but also the number of people that need convinced on the strongest design direction. I’ll tell you a timeframe before work begins so you know what to expect.
I’m also available for consultation, either by phone or in person.
Client input’s vital. We’ll talk about what you want to achieve in business, how your goals are to be measured, what direction the design will take, and a number of other things. I’ll make sure you get an effective, enduring outcome that heightens the quality of what you sell.
Most clients are overseas, mainly due to word-of-mouth, some fortunate search engine optimisation, and the reach of my books. Meeting in person is preferable and always a pleasure, but at the same time talking on phone or video calls and through email can save considerable time and money.
Please ask. Design projects should be stress-free and enjoyable, so if you have any concerns or reservations about working together do let me know.