About this pro
We want to bridge the gap between the client and the designer. Weve seen far too many instances in which a client was not fully informed or aware of how detailed the creative process can be. Its easy to become confused witch the typical information most large creative firms provide. This is how we differ, we take pride in keeping our clients fully involved in each step of the creative process so that our clients can receive a better end result. The ability to impact people's lives in a positive way through the process of creation and to share my passion for the creative process with all my clients. Henry Ward Beecher once said "Every artist dips his brush in his own soul...", this is very true for me. Being able to share my passion for the creation of art with others even in terms of something as simple as a basic logo design brings me a great deal of happiness in life.
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- What types of customers have you worked with?The most common types of jobs for my business tend to be website design related. Most of these websites are very simple, classic websites aimed at exposing a brand or individual. My work is often specialized in the Motorsports field ranging from websites for drivers or larger Motorsports related companies to event photography for local grassroots racing events.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Don't be afraid to ask questions. The world of graphic and web design is hard to navigate when you're a client looking for a talented designer to deliver a quality final product. Asking questions, regardless of how silly some of those questions may seem can often be the difference between a mediocre final outcome and an amazing final outcome for your project. The more information your designer has to go on, the better the final outcome will be. A big part of the process of design work specific to businesses is understanding the market of the business you're building or creating a project for. If your company sells golf clubs but your designer doesn't understand what age group, etc. your product must be marketed towards, the final outcome of your project will reflect that lack of knowledge.