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Creativibe
4.3
from 3 reviews
  • 12 years in business
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
Elizabeth C.
Verified review

Brett Wilson with Creativibe did a fantastic job not only creating a logo, but creating an identity for my start-up. Brett took time to listen to my initial thought process regarding the look for my business, and provided a very reasonable timeline for development. I was very impressed to receive, (several days ahead of schedule!) several designs to chose from, including unique idea's that I hadn't originally considered. Ultimately, I would recommend Creativibe to others looking to develop a brand identity for their business, and will definitely look to Brett to create additional products for me as well.

Agencia Web SEO
5.0
from 2 reviews
    Mark S.
    Verified review

    The job done for Agencia WebSeo its very good, in marketing, Seo, upscaling your site, ecommerce, logo design, music production, by online mode and paypal

    Bryan Albritton
    5.0
    from 2 reviews
      Joan M.
      Verified review

      Very professional. We had quite a few emails back and forth pertaining to my design. He did an outstanding job responding quickly, changing and creating exactly what we were looking for. I'll be calling him in the near future for our next project!

      Morning People Marketing
      5.0
      from 1 review
      • 18 years in business
      Zahra Aprili C.
      Verified review

      Imani created my signature logo and multiple websites for me and my clients. He is creative, talented and well versed in his craft. Willing to go the extra mile. I trust him with my business and my clients' business as well.

      • 17 years in business
      • 1 hire on Thumbtack
      Diane R.
      Verified review

      Patrick Riley and his team at ICM have agreed to finish the project they started for us. I am hopeful that we will come to a mutually satisfying end. They really did a great job designing the website and I am looking forward to working them to complete this project.

      About

      I'm a creative strategist and experience designer with a background in environmental design. I provide the following services: - brand strategy and development - product/service development - qualitative research - graphic design - communication strategy - environmental design - sketch prototyping - storytelling - naming - content creation

      About

      We offer graphic design and printing services, as well as packaging and shipping services. We can print anything from invitations and RSVPs to tri-fold brochures and business cards. We are independently owned and operated. Thank you for the opportunity.

      • 8 years in business
      About

      I am a passionate designer who is highly creative and driven by process. Problem solving and effective communication combined with quality experience and a world-class education in graphic design at the College For Creative Studies makes for intelligent, high-end results. Find out why my clients never seek out work from anyone else. My clients include: - Holiday Market Canton - Copper Street Cookies - Knickerbocker Baking, Inc. - Alpha Fab Industries - Code Red Networking - Plymouth Holistic Health Collective - The Little Store - U of D Jesuit - Gateway Creative - Key Motive

      About

      Scribbled Napkin Design in Toledo, OH is a graphic design company owned by freelance graphic designer, Lindsay Jacobson. Scribbled Napkin Design offers graphic design solutions with your business in mind. My philosophy for doing business, centers around offering you the right design solution, a quick turn-around time, and with the best customer service possible. My services include: *Logos *Brochures *Corporate Identity *Advertisements *Media Packaging *Posters *Postcards *Business Cards *Letterhead *Packaging *Signage *Publications *Newsletters *T-Shirts *Flyers *Banners *Envelopes *Redesign Work *Wedding Invitations

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      I am a graphic designer trying to expand my portfolio and to land a full-time job. I specialize in handmade designs. I like to get off the computer once in a while.

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      In German, the word Ernst can be translated to the english “serious” Meaning we are serious about design. We take each order and customer seriously, no matter the subject matter. We will work earnestly toward understanding our clients’ needs and desires. While still remaining serious about our clients’ desires, we also believe in the creative process and that nonsense can lead to some seriously great creations. The world is limited by your imagination, and while serious about our business, we don’t believe in limiting it by being too serious about design!

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      A successful graphic design should be informational and ascetically pleasing. Every element of our designs are individually chosen to meet the clients need, from font and color pallet to high quality card stock. We love a challenge and appreciate the variety of our occupation!

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      The following needs are serviced: * Custom Print Design * Company/Corporate Identity * Business Cards * Letterheads * Menus * Brochures * Advertisements * CD and DVD Packaging * Flyers * Custom Logo Creation * Revamping of Old Logos * Other Miscellaneous Graphic Design Projects

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      What do I think? Design is a language that combines experiences, ideas, and problems into visual communication. It has the power to influence, inform, and drive behavior. In order to achieve effective design, understanding who you are designing for is as important knowing who you are designing with. Partnering up with clients, their customers, and embracing their problem is crucial to the design process. The kind of work I do: • Brand Consulting • Visual Design • Logo Design • Environmental Graphic Design • Photography • Layout • Content Strategy • Design Thinking

      About

      I am a freelance web designer and developer, graphic designer, and illustrator who enjoys making creative works. In terms of web design, I specialize in building responsive and standards-compliant websites that are built to adapt to multiple device widths, as well as build themes and sites in the WordPress platform. I am also passionate about illustration, and also specialize in creating illustration websites.

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      Our identity and branding services include the following: * logos * letterheads * packaging * brochures * forms * advertisements and more

      • 4 years in business
      About

      I can do a range of designs in Adobe Illustrator and InDesign, create booklets, ads, business cards and illustrations. I am approaching my sophomore year of graphic design at the University of Akron; however, throughout high school, I spent time learning design, so I really know what I am doing. Although I am a freelance designer and photographer without a degree, I can promise you that I can think outside the box, and I really enjoy what I do. As for photography, I have my own professional grade camera which gives me really great photographs, and I am more than excited to provide anyone with a beautiful collection of pictures.

      • 10 years in business
      About

      I am a Michigan based graphic designer. My career began in college when I obtained my Associates degree. I have been doing freelance designing since 2004.

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      I am a jewelry designer and maker. I am also a photographer and a graphic designer. I have had satisfied customers in all.

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      Hello! My name is John Waterford. I'm a graphic designer that has a strong background in logo and poster design. I'm most fluent in Adobe Illustrator CS6 program but have knowledge in Photoshop, Fireworks, and InDesign.

      Q & A

      Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

      Why should you hire a web designer?

      Your website is often the first thing your customers see when they’re searching for a business or service on the web. As the face of your organization, your website needs to be attractive and functional, offering the latest features that users now expect. To plan and design a site that both reflects your company’s mission and values and appeals to customers takes a professional web designer. While free online services can help people set up websites, web designers can provide a unique solution made specifically to meet customers’ personal or business needs.

      Most web designers offer a wide variety of services to make your website aesthetically pleasing and easy to use. Modern web design must be mobile-friendly and scalable, capable of expanding to include a blog, social media sites, and even video streaming; web designers are experts at integrating various web technologies. They can build the site, add functionality, test it, launch it on a live server, and track and maintain its performance.

      In addition to web design and graphic design, some web design providers also offer development and security services, including search engine optimization (SEO), social media marketing and management, logo design, site maintenance, domain registration and hosting, protection against malware, and digital marketing and content services.

      What should you look for in a website designer?

      A professional web designer creates the look and feel of your website, collaborating with you to choose colors, creating logos and other branding materials, establishing page layouts, and creating sample pages. An important part of web design is making sure the site is functional, meets your goals, and is easy for users to navigate. When you’re looking to hire a web designer, start by reviewing the person’s portfolio. Look for samples of work that match what you envision for your website, including experience building the types of pages or features you want. Make sure the web designer is familiar with your industry and understands both industry trends and web design trends — an old-fashioned or out-of-touch site will turn customers away rather than intrigue them.

      Because web designers tend to work as freelancers on a project basis, they must be excellent communicators, willing to manage their own work, and available on your schedule. Some critical skills, such as working collaboratively and responding enthusiastically to feedback, aren’t core to good web design, but make working with a web designer much easier. Finally, look for a web designer who has cross-functional knowledge, such as understanding marketing and conversion rate optimization in addition to web design.

      How much do web designers charge?

      The average cost for hiring a web designer varies greatly depending on the scope of the work, which may range from building a site from scratch to rebranding an existing one, as well as the amount of content and graphics the designer will create. In general, the more complex the project, the more time the design agency will have to spend. Because web designers often work on an hourly basis, the longer the project, the higher the costs; you can count on the web designer spending at minimum 10 hours to create a very basic website with just a handful of pages with few elements. Prices also depend on the designer’s skill set, the process, and the company’s rates. In general, the national average cost for a basic website package starts at $500, but a customized website can cost as much as $2,000 or more. Here are typical average hourly rates, broken out by the complexity of the work:

      • Basic layout and user interface: $15-$40 per hour
      • Content management system design: $20-$50 per hour
      • Custom website design with custom code: $45-$75 per hour

      How much does it cost to create a logo?

      Logo design is an important part of your company’s brand development. More than an image with text and color, a logo communicates the tone and personality of your company to your potential customers. Hiring a graphic designer with an appealing portfolio and quality reviews is a solid start to creating a winning logo design. The cost to create a logo can depend on how in-depth the marketing and design services you request are. Designers can create one logo in multiple formats (horizontal, vertical, etc.) to fit both your website and social media platforms, they can create a variety of designs for clients to select from, or they can create multiple logos for one client who needs branding for more than one venture. Logos may be text-only, text and image, or image-only. Many designers and design firms charge by the hour for their services, while other companies offer packages bundled with design services. Here are some examples of cost:

      • National average cost to hire a logo designer: $170-$250.
      • Average hourly rate for a freelance marketing consultant: about $150.  
      • Tiered pricing for logo design packages from one firm:
        • Package One: $200 for three logo concepts, three rounds of revision, and a variety of format and color end designs.
        • Package Two: $350 for 10 logo concepts, unlimited rounds of revision, and a variety of format and color end designs.
        • Package Three: $550 for everything included in the Package Two, plus business card design, letterhead design, social media graphics and an email signature.
        • Package Four: $850 for everything in the Package Three, plus custom brand guidelines, which outline a strategy for creating a consistent branding in the client’s business.

      How do you hire a web designer?

      You’ve determined that the best way to create a professional, modern, mobile-friendly new website is to hire a professional web designer to build it. To hire the best person for the job — and to get the web design that best fits your company’s identity — it’s important to ask a few key questions:

      • What’s the scope of the work? Will the website be basic with just a few pages about your company, its services, and contact information? Or will it also have an e-commerce section for online shopping, a blog, or content for visitors to download? Before you hire a web designer, make sure you have a thorough, specific list of the components you must have the designer include in the web design.
      • What do you want your website to look like? Consider websites that are similar to the one you’d like to build, ideally in the same industry or serving similar types of customers. Build a set of examples of types of pages, design aspects, and website features that you can hand off to the web designer — the person you hire should have experience creating websites with the features you want. If they don’t have the right skill set, they’re not the right pro for you.
      • What’s the web designer’s start-to-finish process? What will the final deliverable be? Before you hire someone, make sure their availability works with your timeline and that their process meets your expectations. Most important is finding a web designer who will work collaboratively with you to create a successful online presence.
      Hire skilled professionals for absolutely everything.