Graphic Design:
    Logos, Branding and style guides, Printed stationery, Leaflets and brochures, Annual reports, Email stationery.

    Web Development: 
    Custom website development, Responsive mobile and tablet solutions, Shopping carts, CMS (Content Management Systems), SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), E-newsletters, Web hosting.

    Social Media:
    Social media strategy and planning, Online content creation, Community management

    Office stationery (business cards, letterhead, envelopes), Brochures, Flyers, Signage, NCR, offset printing and digital printing

    Apparel & Marketing Products
    T-shirts, Hoodies, Duffle bags, Mugs, Pens, etc. (the list goes on!) Just ask for some products. Name brands include Oakley, New Balance, Gildan, Nike, etc.

  • How long does it take to get my proof?

    I do my absolute best to provide top service. Typical times are approximately 1 week for a logo, and 3-4 weeks for a website (depending on the scope of the website).

    If I can’t meet these timelines, I will let you know at the time of the request, so that you know what to expect. My clients’ satisfaction is very important to me.

  • What do you need to work on my new logo or website?

    For your logo:

    If you can put together some ideas for colours, and whether your logo should be more traditional or more modern, feminine or masculine, if you would prefer an image incorporated, or just text. If you have a draft, or a photo, or any other ideas, those are always welcome as well.

    For your website:

    Are you going to be selling anything on your website? Have you looked into which platforms you prefer? Also, if you have a website that you like the look of, or if you know of some features you would like to see on your own website, please let me know. The colours incorporated on the website should complement those used in your logo / marketing materials, etc.

  • Can you copy a form or logo I have for printing?

    Yes I can recreate any form or logo. It is time consuming to redraw a logo, so if you do have one on file, it is most helpful. If you can find your logo in a vector format, .eps, .ai, .svg, those are the most helpful files. Sometimes PDF files are saved from a raster image, which is not helpful for resizing, etc. I will need to take a look inside the file in my graphics program to see how it was originally saved and created.

  • How do you quote your projects?

    To quote a project, I will need to know as many details as possible, and then I can give a ballpark quote. For instance, for websites, it depends on the platform you are choosing to use, how many menu items and pages, how many images and photoshop editing, etc. Once we determine all of these variables, it gives me a better idea as to how much time/resources the project will need to be completed.

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