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Pricing for creative services is often very difficult to narrow down. Often designers won’t provide price estimates for services rather they wait to meet you in person to determine your needs and to figure out how long the project should take. I completely agree with this way of doing business yet I am an old retailer and I also appreciate a price tag on items. I believe that by providing quick estimates for my most popular services it simply helps people become better consumers. In that vein, below you will see general estimates for services.

Public Relations/Marketing

PRICE* ITEM INCLUDES
$250 Press Release Researching story background, collecting data and writing release.
$250 Press Release Distribution Sending press release to media outlets, adding it to social-media networks and other sites such as Yourhub.com.
$250 Brochure Writing Editing, researching and writing brochures.
$500 Website writing Includes: editing, researching and writing Website content.
$1,000 Multi-page writing Editing, researching and writing multi-page documents such as newsletters or annual reports.
$1,000 Brand Audit Researching competitors, reviewing all brand materials, developing brand strategy.

All prices are quoted in good faith and subject to change based on client’s specific needs. Prior to work starting all projects will have written quotes and contracts. Work that exceeds printed project quote will be billed at the $40/per hourly rate.

Graphic Design

PRICE* ITEM INCLUDES
$250 Brochure Design Includes: designing brochure, adding stock photography.
$500 Brochure Design+ Includes: designing brochure, taking photography for piece and working with printer.
$1,000 Annual Report Design (up to 10 pages) Includes: designing Annual Report, adding stock photography.
$2,000 Annual Report Design+ Includes: designing brochure, taking photography for piece, customizing financial results charts/graphs and working with printer.
$750 Multi-page Design (4-8 pages) Includes: designing multi-page documents, adding stock photography.

All prices are quoted in good faith and subject to change based on client’s specific needs. Prior to work starting all projects will have written quotes and contracts. Work that exceeds printed project quote will be billed at the $40/per hourly rate.

Web Design (using WordPress)

PRICE* ITEM INCLUDES
$2,000 Migrate new site to WordPress Includes: Moving website to WordPress, altering WordPress theme to new look and teaching staff to use website.
$4,000 Full New WordPress Design Includes: Moving website to WordPress, creating new, custom WordPress site.

All prices are quoted in good faith and subject to change based on client’s specific needs. Prior to work starting all projects will have written quotes and contracts. Work that exceeds printed project quote will be billed at the $40/per hourly rate.

Grant Writing

PRICE* ITEM INCLUDES
$500 Basic Grant Writing Includes: Updating past grant applications and submitting them.
$2,500 Grant Writing (5 non-federal grants) Includes: Researching and writing grants for local/family foundations.

All prices are quoted in good faith and subject to change based on client’s specific needs. Prior to work starting all projects will have written quotes and contracts. Work that exceeds printed project quote will be billed at the $40/per hourly rate.


 

Contract-Services

$30 Hourly Rate
These services combine all of the above into a monthly contract that fits within your budget. I develop a monthly plan to meet your needs (click here for a generic calendar). You then decide how much you would like to spend and what your communications priorities are.

This type of plan offers many advanatages including:

  • One person for all your needs, no need to work with multiple professionals
  • Better branding consistency across multiple mediums (print and web)
  • Consistent messaging
  • Develop a working relationship with a contract ‘team-mate.’
  • Never need to worry if full-time person leaves, I can always fill in the blanks
  • Great customer service!

Advantages of using a contractor:

  • No benefits to pay
  • No overhead (software, hardware purchases)
  • Begin/pause/end contract as needed

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