Let’s Make Your Brand Better.

Thanks for your interest in working with me. I’d love to learn more about your business and how I can help. Please take a couple of minutes to fill out the project application below.

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How long will my project take?

It varies depending on your availability, my current workload and the details of your project. I usually prepare a work back schedule and milestones with your desired delivery date in mind. If we hit our milestones along the way, we’ll hit our delivery date. Your efforts in ensuring timely feedback go a long way to making that happen.

What are your payment terms?

I require a 50% deposit on projects for new clients with net payable on completion. I accept payment by e-transfer or cheque. Credit card payments are subject to a 3% surcharge. Longer projects may be subject to intermediary payments at 30-day intervals or milestones. Clients on retainer pay their monthly fees in advance to be guaranteed a fixed number of hours per month.

Do you do e-commerce and video feeds?

Yes. We do make e-commerce websites!

We build on WooCommerce, an e-commerce platform by Automattic, the maker of WordPress. In fact, WooCommerce currently powers more than 4 million of the world’s most popular e-commerce sites!

As for video feeds, we can help with that, too, via our preferred partner network.

Do you provide website hosting?

Yes, we do.

We offer shared hosting on a dedicated WordPress platform. Our hosting packages include ultra-fast servers, solid SSL security, automated daily site backups and weekly plugin updates!

Once the site is up, no maintenance is required from you! Your site just works.

Are the files mine when we’re done?

Yes and no.

Once I’ve been paid in full, you’ll have rights to the files I’ve been contracted to produce for you (logos, jpgs, PDFs etc.) but not the source files from which they’re made. That means for example that you’ll get press-ready PDF files for your print projects, but not the Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop files and fonts used.*

It’s much like going to a restaurant for a meal. You’ve bought a delicious meal —not the recipes and cooking lessons.

* Font licenses are not transferrable and must be purchased by the end user.

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