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You name it, I probably have done it or can do it. I do logos, letterhead and stationary, flyers, advertisements, brochures, invitations, packaging, outdoor signage, and anything else that is in printed format. Give me a call to see what I can do for you.
I am running Adobe Photoshop CS4, Illustrator CS4, InDesign 2 and Acrobat Professional 7.0. I also have Quark Xpress available for those who require Quark documents.
This will depend on what format is required by your printer. Your printer will have specific requirements for the file format. I will communicate with your printer, if you would like, concerning these specifications and transfer the file directly to them if they have FTP capabilities. Otherwise, you will receive your files via email or on disc depending on the file size. I will also maintain copies of your project for later updates or should you lose your copy.
I can produce any of the most popular file formats - EPS, PDF, AI, PSD, DCS, TIFF, JPG. I will produce your design project in the format your printer prefers.
Every project is different, but I will give you an estimated timeline for the completion of your project the first time we meet or discuss your project.
My hourly rate for most graphic design projects is $40 and is billed in thirty minute increments. There are some projects such as logo design, that I offer flat rates instead of an hourly rate. I will provide an estimate for your project during our initial conversations. I am able to provide a low hourly rate due to my minimal overhead. I'm pretty flexible on alterations. If a design adjustment only takes a few minutes, I won't nickel-and-dime you (i.e., at no additional cost).
First we discuss your needs, target market, and uses for this logo. I then ask for samples of existing logos that you like or dislike to get an idea of your taste. If you already have a design concept in mind, great! If you have no idea what you want, I can help you figure it out. Either way, I will make sure I've collected enough information before I begin work. After our intial discussions, I will provide 3 design comps for your review. From there we will work together to fine tune the final design to your satisfaction.
Copyright is yours upon receipt of final payment. I do, however, reserve the right to use any work for promotional purposes and displaying it in my portfolio.
I typically split payment up into thirds for any graphic design project. The initial payment is due at the signing of the contract. Second payment is due after the comps are provided to the client and the final design is agreed upon. The balance is due immediately upon completion and delivery of the project.
Unfortunately, I am not set up to print large quantities cost effectively. I can make recommendations for some reputable online printing companies.
I can usually accommodate your rush job depending on how full my schedule is.

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