FAQs

Q: What are your rates?

I can charge by the hour or a flat rate for the project.

Q: If I hire you to design for me, how does the process work?

For customers looking for a custom-made website or blog, the process begins with a consultation. First, we discuss your specific needs including logo, graphic background, buttons, banners, and other fun features. If you are using photos, we copyright those photos so everyone knows they are exclusively yours. Your specific needs also determine what type of coding will provide the functionality your site needs, so we make that decision at that time.
Every project includes two complementary revision rounds. If further revisions are necessary, we will discuss rates at that time. If you need copy and editing for the written content of your site, I recommend Rachel Seamount.
After we discuss your needs, I create a project proposal, which will function as our contract. When you agree with the proposal, sign the contract and your 50% deposit is paid, I get to work!

Q: What do you charge for a website?

All websites are leaning towards WordPress and it all depends on how many pages, photos, if you are needing a domain name and space. Some clients already have a domain name and space,where I just design it. Plus this tends to be a more frequently updated way of communicating directly with your clients or followers. The content on a blog should constantly be updated in a way that encourages interaction and sharing.

Once my editor and I are included as administrators on your WordPress, you can sit back and watch it come to life before your eyes. Once the initial design is complete, I will train you on adding content and editing your WordPress (or you can purchase an ongoing services package) to ensure that followers are always coming back for more. If you ever have a problem with your WordPress, please let me know so I can fix it up for you. There is however, an hourly rate will apply for me to update it.

Q: What services do you provide?

Honeysuckle Studios has three unique sides:

Artist: I have been an artist all of my life. My favorite medium is sketching by hand in pencil or ink.

Designer: I started designing in 1999 when I created a fan club website for my favorite actor, Mackenzie Astin. Since then, I have designed web banners, posters, websites, and logos for a range of small businesses and nonprofit organizations.

Promoter: I have 20 years of promotions and advertising experience, beginning with my high school radio station and continuing on to nightclubs, local bands, festivals, and more.

Q: Are you on Google+, Facebook or LinkedIn?

Yes! Come find me and connect on Google+, Facebook, LinkedIn!

Q: Do you have any discounts or coupons?

Yes. You can find them on Merchant Circle for great deals. After we have worked together, you will be included in my referral discount program too. I have many ways for you to save on all of your design projects.

Q: What types of businesses do you design for?

I contract my services to a variety of businesses. To see a complete list of my clients, take a look at the Clients tab above.

Q: What happens during the initial interview?

I will ask you a few questions to help me get a good idea of your needs.

Q:What happens when my work is completed?

Once I am done with your design, you’ll have time to review it and to request changes. If you post the design or use it, I will consider that acceptance of the project as it stands and send you my invoice. Any revisions requested after the project has been accepted will be charged at an hourly rate.

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