RMED

Buford, GA

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About this pro

How does your service stand out?

Quality speaks for itself, time and dedication spent on a project will show through visually. Even though everyone's likes and dislikes may vary, anyone who can appreciate visually appealing work, can tell the difference between pieces by different designers. My team and I strive for excellence and we don't take shortcuts on quality. Our integrity and design conscience motivate us to complete each task above and beyond our clients' requests and expectations. Because of our full-time dedication, projects are naturally done quicker and more efficiently than the standard turn-around time. With that said, we don't rush the creative process.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

What I enjoy most is the fact that I expectantly look forward to each day, whatever challenges, obstacles or failures may come my way, only serve to strengthen and mold myself and my team. I don't see my career as a dead-end job. I have direct influence on how far I excel each day. As the creative director and team developer in my company, I get to work alongside passionate people who have captured my vision and strive for excellence along my side. At the end of the day, the pleasure I receive from successfully completing projects is, in of itself, the most rewarding satisfaction.
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Location

Buford, GA 30519

Website

Background check

Complete

Years in business

9

Number of employees

3

Times hired on Thumbtack

6

Reviews

5 Reviews
  • Chris S. Dec 30, 2015
    Logo Design
    Verified Review
    Very impressed, this company was great to work with. Completely put my ideas together, professionally & delivered with a quality product in a timely manor. I'm from KY, found them here on Thumbtack, it took two weeks to complete my project, can't complain. Very happy customer, I'm a hard guy to please. Will use them again!
  • Chris W. Oct 8, 2015
    Presentation Design
    Verified Review
  • Brandon B. Jul 27, 2015
    Logo Design
    Verified Review
    Caleb delivered on time and provided a logo I'm thrilled to use to represent my business! I'm a very picky customer so to be able to satisfy me like this means the design was superb and I couldn't be happier!
  • Dan C. May 21, 2014
    Caleb has been my graphic designer since the start of my business and will remain my graphic designer for every need! He has done an amazing job building a team that consistently reflects superior quality of work and top-notch customer service. RMED is quick to work with me on the conception of all graphic and social media needs and see them through to the end! Their work is clean, professional and stands out above all designers I've worked with or seen. One of the greatest business decisions I've made!
  • Jessica D. May 13, 2014
    Caleb has an incredible work ethic. He always responds quickly to projects, takes direction well and receives criticism with a positive attitude. He is always willing to go above and beyond to ensure that his client is happy. He is an excellent problem solver with an eye for aesthetics! All around, Caleb is a pleasure to work with.

Q&A

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I continually follow and read various articles, blogs, tutorials pertaining to my industry.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your service? If so, please share the details here.
Projects are most successful when they're systematized into a hierarchy, whether or not that organization is initially clear, we handle the grunt work of creating a customized system to present different pricing options based on your needs. We always start at the foundation and work our way up, if a client needs a website but has no branding, we would first start at the logo and develop the brand. This ensures that in the end, consistency and thought-out planning streamline the entire work process.
How did you get started doing this type of work?
While studying film production, I was introduced to graphic design via GIMP, I quit film school to follow my newly-found passion.
What types of customers have you worked with?
The main workload we handle are long-term contracts, with a consistent stream of several projects. The second most requested type of projects we receive are website development and complete branding packages (business cards, stationary, logos, social media design, etc.) This, by no means, undermines other types of projects and clients, we gladly consider all options and projects, but during the initial consultation, we decide if both our team and the client are a good fit. This allows us to produce the best level of quality work for the elite businesses.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
The fact that design is subjective, and clients and designers don't always see eye-to-eye. It's funny sometimes to hear the stories of nit-picky clients who are bent on an idea and it may sound great but once the idea is executed it doesn't serve the original purpose intended. The humor isn't in the failure of the designer, but in the fact that the client is hiring a professional, because they either don't have the time or skill-set to complete the job, yet they want to handle every single step of the process. When a client hires a designer, the client should arrive at the table with an open mind, willing to allow the designer to fully do his or her job. The designer, On the other hand, should have the ability to listen to the professional's needs and provide solutions to their problems. A lot of amateurs are out there with creative suite installed on their Macs, but not everyone fully grasps the concept that design isn't only about producing a flyer. The ideologies, creative processes and obstacles that are confronted and overturned in every project, serve as guides that all shape and lead to the end result. Some clients and designers believe every project should be accepted by the designer. Nothing could be further from the truth, design projects are quirky in that they for is business relationships to become personal, after all, design stems from basic human emotion, what does a brand, company or color scheme make you feel? How does a favorite restaurant jingle bring a delicious appetizer to mind? These are all elements of a brand, and we're in the business of creating personal bonds between entities and customers.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
The fact that design is subjective, and clients and designers don't always see eye-to-eye. It's funny sometimes to hear the stories of nitpicky clients who are bent on an idea that may sound highly effective, but once executed it doesn't serve the original purpose intended. The humor isn't in the failure of the designer, but in the fact that the client is hiring a professional, because they either don't have the time or skill-set to complete the job, yet they want to handle every minute detail of the design process. When a client hires a designer, the client should arrive at the table with an open mind, willing to allow the designer to fully do his or her job. The designer, On the other hand, should have the ability to listen to the professional's needs and provide solutions to their problems. A lot of amateurs are out there with creative suite installed on their Macs, but not everyone fully comes to terms with the fact that design isn't only about producing a flyer or a single element.