Rates and Terms of Service

Rates and Terms of Service

Rates and Terms of Service

Rates:
I am a very efficient and to the point designer. I hate wasting time or money, and I suspect most small business owners feel the same way. The most important aspect of the designer/client relationship is communication, so if you have a set budget in mind, please let me know. I can work with you to keep costs down (i.e. using low cost stock photography or clip art, while still keeping a custom look), and I can tell you what you can get for your money. I have experience in all phases of pre-press and can be a liaison with your printer if you need help (at no additional cost). All files are delivered print ready.

Hourly rate is $35. Please call or email with your project specifics, and I will get you a custom quote. I also have design services listed on Etsy. Click on the images below.



Terms:
At the start of the project I will require a 50% deposit on estimated projects costs, with the balance being due within 30 days of final files being delivered. For long term, larger budget projects, I will require the 50% deposit, and I will bill for services delivered every 14 days. I accept cash, check or paypal. If an account becomes delinquent, current design work will be post-poned until payment is made current.

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