I get all up in your business, find out your hopes and dreams, see where you’re at and where you want to be. You then complete a brief, which will give me the inside track as to your personal style/likes and dislikes and I start to build a solid idea of what will work for you.
No one likes talking about the money side of things, but it’s a necessary evil, I can’t maintain this level of amazingness for free! This is the point where you hand over some dollar dollar bills to secure your design.
I take your brief and get busy researching, brainstorming, checking out your brand’s positioning and get up close and personal with your target audience.
This is where I do what I do best. Take pencil to paper and mouse to cursor and start designing based on your brief, my research and your wish list. I’ll then submit to you for review.
Best case scenario – there’s a concept you adore, you don’t need any changes and we can all fist pump and give each other high fives.
Alternatively, there might be a design that you like, but would prefer to see reworked before you’re willing to invest in those brand spanking new, foil printed, 600gsm super luxe business cards… so we lather, rinse, repeat the process until you’re 100% sold.
Once you’re head over heels in L.O.V.E. with your shiny new branding, I take final payment, you receive your final files and your business is ready to make its final transformation from perfectly functional caterpillar to badass butterfly and take the world by storm.
As much as I’d like to think I look amazing in denim cut offs, deep down, I know this ain’t true and no matter what I do to try and change that fact, truth is truth, and denim cut offs are not for everyone.
Still with me? It’s about to pay off…
Finding your dream designer is a bit like my cut off dilemma. Don’t try to wear the shorts because everyone else is wearing the shorts. Take a stand, do what’s right for you. Get to know who you are and who your business is and find a designer that suits your style.
Take your time, have a squiz at my projects, ask me questions, decide for yourself if I’m the right fit for your project. Maybe I am, and maybe I’m not. Because the last thing I want to be doing is telling you repeatedly to wear the damn cut offs when all you really want is the ball gown.