I actually don't get these questions frequently, but I thought they might be of interest for you.
Responsive digital experiences.
Experience endless possibilities.
From paper to screen.
The final price is directly related to the project scope, timeline, and deliverables. Once we have a clear picture of this, I'll be able to propose to you a final price and deadline. Based on my previous projects, clients typically come to me with more than €1.000 and less than €10.000 in their budget.
Heavily dependant on the project scope. Some projects take a few days, some longer. On average, I shoot for a four to six-week turnaround, but the pace of any project is set by each client. How much input you can provide during the initial stages, your availability with feedback, how soon the content is ready – all this affects the speed of completion. The functionality needs may also play a role – more complex projects will take more time to complete.
I like to keep the client involved from beginning to end. No surprises. I'll start with a lot of questions about your needs, your wants, your likes, your dislikes, and maybe your underwear. I follow design processes that break down a large project into manageable chunks that solve a variety of problems. At the end of each phase of the project, we'll have a meeting to go over the work and discuss any further developments.
The payment is split into two equal payments so that we can count on each other, both ways. The first 50% is processed before the start of the project. The remaining 50% is taken once the project is complete. I accept IBAN, Revolut, and PayPal transfers.
Generally, your ultimate goal for the project and your knowledge about the company and/or its customers. For websites, you'll be required to deliver copy since you are the expert on your business. Oh, and bring a good mood. Or a bad one. Either is fine to me.
Even though nowadays my projects are primarily focused on the web, I still have a soft spot for branding due to my background in graphic design which was heavily focused around it. It's still something I love doing and didn't want to exclude from my offered skillset.