Design is a personal thing, and so is working with a designer. My job is not only to place words, shapes and colors on a page, but to understand who you are and what you are truly trying to accomplish. It is a collaboration in which your vision becomes a reality through our work together. My clients often say the end product far surpassed what they had originally imagined, which is the way it should be. And it is always my goal.
Here are a few of the ways that happens:
My clients look to me as a partner who helps them successfully meet their deadlines. I understand the importance of quick turnaround time and its impact on meeting project objectives.
Some designers deliver the first concept they think of, which may not always be the best option for you. My design process starts with drawing 30 to 50 thumbnail ideas and then delivering the best three to five concepts for you to consider. I always want you to have a broad spectrum of concepts to consider to ensure the greatest impact for your project.
My clients appreciate that I handle changes in project direction with ease and understanding. I recognize that many factors influence a project, whether it is feedback from a committee or new research findings, so I always put flexibility and client needs first.