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Outsourcing your design work to a remote freelance designer pays off. Work with me and you'll see.

Creatives, Agencies & Studios Who Have Hired Me

Jawbone Nivea Kube Brick & Mortgage Studio MDS SMU School of Law Motto Brand Be Constructive Vortex Miami Project X Sway Creative Glide Design
Educate Nica Gustatory Electric Pen Jeff Roberts Colorjar Marketing Big Duck NYC Chute Fresh Consulting Sabra Design Creative Complex Cyphon BLVR
OIC Nu-Tech Three Waves An Idea Group Voco Design Creative Pickle D+I Creative Lilt Design Co Inspired Design Studio Todd Hart Design FuseProject Hollis Brand Culture

What Agencies & Studios Hire Me For

Logo & Identity Naming Logo Paper System Style Guide Brand Collateral
Print Design Packaging Signage Brochure Vehicle Wrap Billboards
Web Design User Experience User Interface Front-End Development Social Media Digital Advertising

My Collaboration Process

1. Brief Project

First, we always connect over email. I have you email over a basic outline of the job proposal including timeline, budget, and a brief description of the client and project. If the project is a good match, I accept the job and we sign the contract. Once the contract is signed, I have you email over a more in depth project brief including notes from the client and any files your team has put together. I review the extended brief and schedule a quick call. During the call I go over the direction provided, ask questions, and make sure we're on the same page so that I can get started right away.

2. Develop Directions

Then, I do my research and pull in inspiration for the project. Once I've got a good idea of how the client can fit into the marketplace, I start developing the concepts and variations. The number of concepts developed always depends on the project type and contract we have in place but typically ranges from 2 to 9 concepts. After I develop these initial concept directions, I pause to check in. I'll send over the directions for review and we'll discuss what's working and what to move forward with.

3. Refine Directions

Next, I take the concepts that we decide are working really well a step further. I may do additional research or even pull new inspiration or I may just need to make minor adjustments to color or style. After I've further refined and finalized the design direction, I pause one last time to present the adjustments. You'll confirm the final direction, providing any minor notes, and OK the design so that I can wrap up the project.

4. Deliver the Goods

Last, I make any minor touch ups, get specifications for final sizes and filetypes for delivery, and debrief the project. I prepare the files for delivery, deliver the files, and deliver the final invoice. And to cap it all off, we can end the project by how our collaboration went and what we can partner on next.