Branding mockup of a Home-made Rug Company, The Rug Club.
Branding mockup of a Home-made Rug Company, The Rug Club.
Branding mockup of a Self-Care company, Take Care.
Branding mockup of a Self-Care company, Take Care.
Branding mockup of a Self-Care company, Take Care.
Branding mockup of a Home-made Jam Company, Rouge and Rosy.
Branding mockup of a Home-made Jam Company, Rouge and Rosy.
A Woman owned bakery business in Southern California.
A Woman owned bakery business in Southern California.
Branding mockup of a Lip Balm Company, The Wild Balm.
Branding mockup of a Lip Balm Company, The Wild Balm.
Branding mockup of a Natural Pressed bottled juice company, Blended.
Branding mockup of a Natural Pressed bottled juice company, Blended.
Branding mockup of a Natural Pressed bottled juice company, Blended.

Pricing Guide

Start-up Package

Primary logo
Secondary logos
Color palette
Typography styling
Image direction

$400

Ultimate Package

Primary logo
Secondary logos
Brand marks
Brand patterns
Color palette
Typography styling
Image direction
Brand guidelines

$850

FAQ

How can I be sure I’ll like what you design?

A branding project involves a lot of information gathering: notes and conversations with you, along with reviewing visual examples to get your feedback before anything is designed. We’ll discuss your business, history, goals, audience, competitors, brand personality, and more. This will set parameters and guide the design process. Since you’re involved in setting those parameters, you can be confident your brand identity will be something you love

We’re not in the same city. Can we still work together?

Absolutely. We can talk on the phone, chat over video on Zoom and share screens, email PDF proofs or recorded video presentations, mail color swatches and samples, or any combination of those. No sweat.

How long does it take to complete a branding project?

Depending on the number of deliverables involved, it usually takes me anywhere from 3 weeks for a logo project to 2 months for a full brand identity package with a few additional pieces of collateral.

How do I know we’re a good match for each other?

You need a designer whose work matches the aesthetic you’re aiming for. You might love how a designer presents their work, or they have a great reputation, or you genuinely like them as a person. But if their body of work doesn’t feel like you could imagine your project fitting in, you should look elsewhere. Designers can design in different styles, but their own unconscious preferences will act like a magnet pulling the design back to their sweet spot. Which hopefully is a reason you selected them in the first place. Once you Inquiry I can send you my Design Portfolio, so you can see more if we are compatiable!