the Brand + Web Design package
Let’s build a brand & website that you’re proud to share.
You’ve worked hard on building your business, now it’s time to give it a brand & website that reflects that passion.
If you’re constantly browsing beautiful brands and polished websites, wondering whether yours could ever make the cut – it can! Your www does not have to scream “I was made in a weekend!”
Every touch point your clients experience should be worthy of shouting it from the rooftops.
When your entire brand and website is both consistent and unforgettable, marketing becomes a whole lot easier.
If you’re very ready to feel confident sharing your business with the world and sending people over to your website.
What’s all involved:
Brand Strategy + Foundation
Hand-crafted set of logos
Typography + Font Guide
Mark(s), Pattern(s) + Icon(s)
Image style art direction
social media profile images
Brand style guide
3 Collateral Pieces
Guidance on brand usage
Diy graphics tutorials
web strategy + Planning
elements + icons
image editing + Resizing
domain + Hosting
site maintenance packages
tutorials for minor edits
Still wondering if this package is the best fit for you?
How can you go about getting these results?
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Here’s our process:
Consultation/coffee > Strategy > Concept > Design > Perfect > Finalise > Collateral > Launch
Project investment: starts at R16,000 | Project timeline: about 14 weeks
if you still have questions, i have answers!
Once you get in touch with me, I’ll reach out and we’ll set a time for a consultation and coffee date. These are usually about 30 – 60 minutes (or until the coffee runs out), and during this time we’ll get to know one another a little better to see if we’re a good match for your project.
We’ll discuss more about your business and my process, timelines…etc.
There are a couple of factors that will affect the timeline of your project. Mostly, client response time and what the project is covering. A typical brand and web package takes about 12-14 weeks to complete. If there are additional marketing pieces, other collaborators like copywriters, photographers, or developers, or project scope is more than what’s listed above, the timeline will be longer.
Indeed, I do! For brand & web projects, you’ll be invoiced 50% when signing on, and the remaining 50% will be invoiced at a set date towards the end of the project before we launch.
All good! When we hop on a consultation call we’ll go over exactly what’s needed during your project. This package is a great starting point, but often clients will need some additional support. After our call, I’ll send over an estimate for anything beyond the regular scope.
If anything comes up during the project as an add-on (or something we hadn’t initially thought about including), we can always adjust the scope and timeline as needed.
From time to time I do work with clients solely on their websites. However, with any project I take on there will be some element of brand work involved.
Feel free to get in touch with me and we’ll figure out the best approach.
You don’t. But I’d urge you to reconsider. At the end of the day, someone will have to do it, and who better to do the tedious, technical stuff than the same people that designed and built everything? (hey, that’s me!)
As soon as possible! But it does depend on a few things: I limit my client intake each month to ensure I can pay the proper amount of attention to each project. After requesting your project, we’ll go over a timeline together and determine how soon we can start your project. If you’re requesting your project and have a particular deadline or time-frame, please include that in the details of your initial message.
A branding project is more of a partnership than a one person job. Yes, I’m the one that will be creating the final results and helping you solve your problems creatively. But I’ll definitely be needing some input from you along the way.
At the start of each project, we’ll have an initial consultation to go over the details. Here I’ll explain exactly what I’ll need from you, depending on the project. Please expect to have things like content for websites or branding material ready to go – That means ALL copy (the text of your project), ALL imagery or any other piece of material you wish to include. If you aren’t ready with your materials yet, the deadlines will be delayed and we will postpone your project.
I’ll also need your prompt feedback and responses during the process. In order to stay on track, I’ll need any approvals and revisions to be completed as quickly as possible.
Failure to provide the content or feedback by the agreed upon deadlines could result in rescheduling the project.
I primarily design and develop on WordPress. But if your project requires an HTML website I can certainly do that for you!