How much is a Logo and other FAQs
How much is a logo or a website?
How much is a logo? How much is a car? How much is a house? It depends on what you are looking to achieve. I can only develop a price once I understand your requirements better. Once we go through a Design Strategy Consult and I understand more about your business and your goals, I will be able to give you a firm project quote.
I've never worked with a Designer before. What's the process?
I hope to make the process as easy as possible for you. My clients come to me because they value the impact that professional design services can have on their business. They view my services as an investment rather than an expense. They are too busy running their businesses to be designing their logos and brochures. They know the work I create will be more useful than anything they could have made themselves. Click here to read more about my Graphic Design Process.
What is your hourly rate?
I quote by the project, not by the hour. I’ll come up with my best estimate and give you a fixed price, so you don’t have to worry about how much time I spend on your project.
Why do you need to know my budget?
You have a budget ceiling over which you can’t go, and I have a floor under which I can’t get your work done. If your ceiling is under my floor, we will need to figure out how we can tailor your project to get it between the two. I could give you the best quote in the world, but if it’s higher than your budget, it wouldn’t matter.
Can you do the printing?
Yes! Once we establish the scope of your design project, I can manage all print coordination and provide you with a print quote for your business cards, mailers, posters, etc. I work with different printers that specialize in different things. For example, if you are looking for sustainable printing, GreenerPrinter.com, produces quality work with a small footprint! So depending on what your needs are, I will get a quote from one of my vendors and include that price on my project quote to you for approval. I will then work directly with the printer and provide them with the proper high-resolution print-ready files, review a proof and work out a delivery option based on your location.