Design for Print
No matter how big or small, Danielle can handle any print project that’s tossed her way! Whether it’s shaping a business's brand identity, creating logos, and determining overarching style guides. Or designing corporate stationery, awards, annual reports, brochures, and monthly newsletters. From one-time advertisements, flyers and vouchers to direct mail campaigns, yearly catalogs to tradeshow graphics, she knows how to get companies noticed!
No stranger to the diverse needs of small business owners, Danielle also devises signage (banners, window clings, yard signs), rack cards, presentation folders, sales sheets, labels, stickers, leave behind sheets, and large format graphics (posters, vision boards).
Design for Web
Online is no longer optional. Cultivating an engaging web presence is contemporary business 101. Compelling sites, graphics, and social media feeds are how businesses participate in the conversation surrounding their industries - it’s how brands are discovered!
Danielle designs all manner of online graphics, from editing website images (hero banners, icons, backgrounds) to planning powerpoint presentations. She manages email systems (Constant Contact, MailChimp, My Emma) and handles basic social media graphics, profile pictures, and cover banners. Additionally, Danielle consults on and coordinates social media campaigns (Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest).
In marketing, a business's images are everything. Whether a business needs assistance with their product images for a catalog or employee headshots for a website, Danielle will polish these images to tell the business's story. Her expertise ranges from product styling and clipping paths, to color correction and minor touch ups. Danielle has a love for Photoshop magic!
With Danielle's help, images become a professional representation of every business's products, services, and organization as a whole.
All pricing is offered in packages or by hour and is subject to individual project scope and timeline. Packages typically include a predetermined amount of design concepts, followed by two opportunities for client revisions. Additional revisions are charged at an hourly rate, which is agreed upon during initial contract negotiations.