Frequently Asked Questions

graphic designer FAQ

I’ll start by gathering initial information about your desires for your design and will ask the occasional question along the way while I’m creating it. The more I learn from you on what you want, the better your design will turn out. In turn, I encourage clients to ask me anything they aren’t sure about. For most clients, working with a graphic designer is a brand new process. I understand this and enjoy helping all of my clients understand the process.


What is your graphic design process?

It all begins with researching a clients website/social media and anything else I can find to look for applicable styles and colors. Then I’ll surf the web for a little bit of inspiration and get to work. I typically try a few designs until something starts to take shape that I like. From there I add details and send it along for review.


Absolutely! This is your project. I want it to capture YOUR personality. Input is highly encouraged. If there are pictures or concepts you’ve seen that you really like, send them over so I can incorporate elements from them into your design.


Prompt responses and payments make a good client. Referring friends and family make a GREAT client. Word-of-mouth referrals is the #1 way I get new clients, so if you are satisfied with the service I provide, tell a friend or invite them to like my Facebook page.


I am a small business owner just like you, so I get it. This is why my services are budget-friendly. I do, however, reserve the right to ask for additional funds from clients if the job scope expands past the original agreement.


For those who do not know what a source file is, it is a file that you can send to someone making merchandise like a banner, shirt, billboard, etc. I include the source file when sharing the final product along with a few other file types.


I work almost exclusively with Adobe products, but am always open to exploring programs that can improve the services I provide.


How do you keep up to date in the graphic design field?

I am continually exploring the extensive array of tools within the Adobe suite, so I’m picking up new skills regularly. I also add new tools to my graphic designer toolbox by watching YouTube tutorial videos from experts in the field . If you aren’t sure if I can provide a certain service, please ask. It may be something I already know how to do or want to learn how to do.


Now that you know a little bit about how I work, tell me what’s on your mind. How can I help you take your business to the next level?

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