The Booking Process
STEP 1 // TAKE A PEEK
Before you book with me, the first step I would encourage you to take is looking through some of my most recent projects in my portfolio. This will give you a better idea of my style and a peek into the overall design process. You can also take a look at this page to see how my services are packaged in detail. If you decide that you like what you see, then we can take the next step(s) and move forward.
STEP 2 // INQUIRE
If you would like to know more, I would love to hear from you! The best way to do that is through my contact page form.
STEP 3 // MEET
After we have briefly discussed over email what you are looking for, we will schedule a project kick-off meeting over coffee (if you're in Steamboat Springs) or chat via phone or Skype. In this meeting, we will go over details and I can answer any questions you might have.
STEP 4 // BOOK
Your project will now be reserved in my design queue, with an authorized agreement, completed brand and/or website questionnaire(s), and a 50% non-refundable deposit. I will then be well on my way in bringing your vision to life!
The Design Process
STEP 1 // CLIENT HOMEWORK
The process begins with a branding and/or website questionnaire(s) to establish brand fundamentals, personality, website goals, etc.
STEP 2 // LOGO DESIGN
Then, I will provide the client with 1 comprehensive brand concept (including up to 2 revisions). This comprehensive brand will contain design elements and mockups so that the logo can be visualized in a "real-life" application.
STEP 3 // COLLATERAL DESIGN
Once we have collected all the necessary elements of your new brand (including selected logo with logo sub-marks and variations), I will begin designing the 4 collateral items you selected at the beginning of the project.
STEP 4 // WEBSITE DESIGN
The last step of the ‘Luxe Design Package’ is your website! I will begin designing concepts for your new custom website via WordPress. Once design concepts have been approved by all parties, the web development phase will begin. Refinements will be made accordingly as the process continues.