Project Pricing

Achieve more than you imagined for less than you'd expect

Have you ever been to one of those restaurants where they don’t put prices on the menu? I have and fortunately the waitstaff ignored me long enough that I had time to slip away after I realized I wasn’t their target market, which I assume was monocle wearing bankers that lit their cigars with $100 bills.

It’s been my experience that it’s much easier to budget if you have some idea of what something is going to cost, so in the spirit of I don’t want to waste my time or yours I’ve come up with the following price list, none of it is written in stone but it will give you a general indication of what you can expect to spend should you decide I’m the right fit for your needs.

Note: The variance in pricing is impacted primarily by the number of people involved in the design process. Designing for one person takes much less time than designing for a committee…i.e. too many cooks in the kitchen. 

A Brand Up

A hand up to get your brand up

Good design happens in the dialogue between client and designer and this is especially true when it comes to something as personal as a logo, this is why I take an iterative path rather than a throw it against the wall and see what sticks approach. It’s more effective, more affordable and considerably more fruitful.  Once we come to an agreement I’ll get started on developing some design concepts and once I have what I believe is the best concept I will provide you with a completed logo design to review. Once you have a chance to sleep on it we can then discuss what it is you do or don’t like about the design and at this point I either refine the design or we figure out what went wrong and move on to a new design.

This will break down and explain each of the file types included in your branding package and outline which file format to use in any given scenario as well as the difference between each file.

$900 - $1800

A Brand Apart

When you need to stand out from the crowd

Good design happens in the dialogue between client and designer and this is especially true when it comes to something as personal as a logo, this is why I take an iterative path rather than a throw it against the wall and see what sticks approach. It’s more effective, more affordable and considerably more fruitful.  Once we come to an agreement I’ll get started on developing some design concepts and once I have what I believe is the best concept I will provide you with a completed logo design to review. Once you have a chance to sleep on it we can then discuss what it is you do or don’t like about the design and at this point I either refine the design or we figure out what went wrong and move on to a new design.

Presenting someone with your business card isn’t purely about giving them your contact information anymore than a smile is about showing people your teeth. A business card and a smile are introductions and an opportunity to make a memorable impression as well as create an expectation about what you have to offer. The colors, the design and the tactile feel of a card in your hand are all an opportunity to inform people of who you are and what they should expect from you.

Like a business card, stationary is also an opportunity to say something about who you are and what you have to offer. It’s said that you can’t judge a book by its cover, which is wise and true  but if you want people to read your letter you’ll have a much better chance to do so if they are impressed by the quality of the envelope it’s delivered in and the design of the letterhead.

This will break down and explain each of the file types included in your branding package and outline which file format to use in any given scenario as well as the difference between each file.

$1000 - $2000

A Brand Above​

You're at the top of your game and it's time to look the part

Good design happens in the dialogue between client and designer and this is especially true when it comes to something as personal as a logo, this is why I take an iterative path rather than a throw it against the wall and see what sticks approach. It’s more effective, more affordable and considerably more fruitful.  Once we come to an agreement I’ll get started on developing some design concepts and once I have what I believe is the best concept I will provide you with a completed logo design to review. Once you have a chance to sleep on it we can then discuss what it is you do or don’t like about the design and at this point I either refine the design or we figure out what went wrong and move on to a new design.

Presenting someone with your business card isn’t purely about giving them your contact information anymore than a smile is about showing people your teeth. A business card and a smile are introductions and an opportunity to make a memorable impression as well as create an expectation about what you have to offer. The colors, the design and the tactile feel of a card in your hand are all an opportunity to inform people of who you are and what they should expect from you.

Like a business card, stationary is also an opportunity to say something about who you are and what you have to offer. It’s said that you can’t judge a book by its cover, which is wise and true  but if you want people to read your letter you’ll have a much better chance to do so if they are impressed by the quality of the envelope it’s delivered in and the design of the letterhead.

This will break down and explain each of the file types included in your branding package and outline which file format to use in any given scenario as well as the difference between each file.

A brand identity is about more than just a logo it’s about everything that logo is a part of so that it will constantly working towards shaping your businesses and non-profits. A style guide will outline a path as you move forward building your brand and serve as a resource providing you with guidelines as to what fonts to use, the colors in your logo broken down into RGB, CMYK and PMS as well as an included list of complimentary colors to use in your branding for consistency in everything you need to represent and market yourself.

ImageCo designs custom websites to build brands, promote products, explain services and support causes…we help businesses shape their image and refine their message and reach their audience and we’ve been doing this for businesses for over 20 years. Most websites are built in WordPress so that they can be self managed and typically include 5 -10 pages but we have designed and built sites that our 10 times that size. Every site includes a backup system, WordPress training, basic SEO setup and all the advice we have to offer when it comes to building traffic to your site. Hosting and site management available for a monthly fee.

$3000-$5000

A Brand Beyond​

It's time to hire an agency but you're concerned about the high cost.

You’d like to hire an agency to handle your branding and design work but it’s not really in the budget, not a problem, ImageCo can do virtually all of the branding and design work that larger agencies can do for a fraction of the cost.

But… if all you really need is some branding, a website, advertising design, packaging, a presentation or a brochure, I got you covered…and if you’re needs run deeper I have some trusted partners that I bring in on projects that fall outside of my expertise.

Way More Affordable

A Little Something Extra

You don't want a package but you're curious what it might cost

  • Brochure Design $500 – $1000
  • Website Redesign $1000 +
  • PowerPoint Design $600 – $1200
  • Trade Show Display Design $500 – $1000
  • Packaging Design $500 – $1000
  • Social Media Graphics $100 per site
  • Flyers, Pitch Sheets, POS $200 $300 per
  • Sign Design: Electrical and Non-Illuminated $0 – $1500
  • Environmental Graphics $150 – $400
  • Icon Design $200 per
  • Have another need…what do you have in mind?

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