Pricing

Client Tools

Build­ing a strong, on-going rela­tion­ship with our clients allows us to do our best work. It can take sev­er­al projects to real­ly get to know you and your prod­ucts or ser­vices. We build on that knowl­edge and expe­ri­ence to give you the lev­el of ser­vice that you want. We are also able to bet­ter pro­vide you with the lev­el of qual­i­ty that comes from know­ing your needs well.

Every­one always wants to know how much it will cost. By pro­vid­ing some gen­er­al infor­ma­tion about our pric­ing prac­tices and poli­cies, we hope that you can quick­ly fig­ure out whether we are a good fit. (And avoid any faint­ing spells or wast­ed time.)

We first con­sult with you to get to know each oth­er and assess whether we are a good fit for your project. After get­ting the details of what, when, who, where, we pre­pare a cost esti­mate with a pro­pos­al that out­lines what we plan to do, how we will do it, and the deliv­er­ables.

We look for mutu­al­ly respect­ful and ben­e­fi­cial rela­tion­ships with our clients. We look for clients who have mar­ket­ing bud­gets of a min­i­mum of $25,000 for design ser­vices per year. We may con­sid­er one-time projects, but we gen­er­al­ly don’t take on projects that have less than $5000 bud­get­ed for design.

Most of the time, we pro­vide our clients with the final print­ed pieces. But, we are hap­py to deliv­er files to your print­er although that means we don’t have the qual­i­ty con­trol that we like to have.

We require 50% deposit for first-time clients. For large projects, we request one-third to con­firm the con­tract, one-third at the deliv­ery of design comps, and the final third at the deliv­ery of final pieces. Print­ing and oth­er expens­es are billed month­ly.