One Light Creative
About this pro
One Light Creative knows how to listen to it's customers. Most clients admit that they are not 100% sure of exactly what they are wanting, but they try really hard to describe it. We've learned over the years that listening between the lines will tell us a lot about what they really need to solve the problem at hand. We have more than 20 years of experience making great designs for large and small businesses, ministries, and churches. There's no better reward than to have a new client call because an existing client referred them. We have great relationships with our clients because their happy. We make them look great and increase their marketability at the same time. That makes us happy too!
Years in business22
Number of employees2
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Q & A
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?No standard pricing exists, as most projects include additional variables for the complete scope of the project. One website may include ecommerce components, while another may only want a simple PayPal button. Other projects may require bother digital and printed deliverables, while another may be entirely focused on print. Although we have an internal baseline for project pricing, we prefer to treat each client and their project uniquely.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?The first step is a physical meeting if possible. It's not always necessary, as we do much of our work remotely. However, we prefer the opportunity to get to know our clients and discuss their needs in person. This also allows us to build a level of trust and understanding. Once we've understood the need and scope of the project, we provide a custom quote for the entire project with milestones built in to the process. Upon agreement, we initiate the project per the agreement. Providing initial concepts and progressing through concept approval to project proofing and completion. Due to the unique preferences of each client, most projects are customized and rarely are two the same.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?When I bought my first computer, I quickly realized that I had a natural bent toward design and print. that naturally lent itself to the digital side of design as well. I've been designing ever since.