top of page
schedule your project?
How do you want to
"Thank you for making this a reality,
"it would not have been possible otherwise. I have no words to describe the appreciation.
Thank you again!"
their digital marketing started getting results from the first month!
How can I prepare so that my design day(s) are as productive as possible?It's important that you provide me with any necessary content ahead of time when possible, but at least by the morning. This way I can work at my own pace and don't have to wait for information.
What if your schedule is full and I want to get started right away?Please email me at email@example.com to see what we can work out.
What if I'd rather book by the project then by the day?That's fine! Sometimes projects will need more than a couple days to complete, or will have several deliverables, and it makes more sense to work in a more traditional format. For example, creating a brand identity could be completed in a couple of design days, but a brand identity + website design + social media templates and other assets...in this case it makes more sense to book by the project. After a discovery call, I'll provide you with a quote and estimated time frame, and we can go from there! You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a call.
I've emailed you with a different question - when can I expect to hear from you?I typically respond to inquiries within 1 business day.
How do you balance working and being a single mom?Like a tightrope walker on the high wire! My daughter is typically in school or at summer camp, which is why my work day only extends until about 4 pm. I don't usually schedule design days over her spring and winter breaks, long weekends or for a couple weeks over the summer. I typically do pre-design research, wrapping up project files, and other quiet work in the evenings after she goes to bed, and I'm available for calls at that time as well. If we do have a phone call on a day that she is home from school or camp, she'll just probably poke her head in to say hello, and then wander off! 🙂
bottom of page