Our process is streamlined so that your project is smooth and successful.

 
 

Consultation Call & Proposal

 

After you fill out the form here, we’ll set up a consultation call to help me understand your business goals & branding needs. I will explain our process. If we seem like a good fit, I’ll send you a proposal to firm up the details and outline everything in writing for you.

If we both agree to work together, you pay a 50% deposit and sign our contract to secure your project in my calendar.

 
 

Getting to Know You

 

A project planning questionnaire will be sent to you to fill out. Then, in our first meeting as partners, we will review the completed Project Planner. The information you share plays a key role in the design process.

 
 

Research & Discovery

 

I research your industry, your clients and customers, and uncover how you stand out from your competitors. This step helps us make sure that your brand is memorable and distinctive. A creative brief is sent for review. Once this is approved, the design process begins.

 
 

Design Presentation

 

In the design phase, three different design directions are presented to you. We’ll discuss which direction is best, keeping your target audience and design objectives in mind. Two rounds of revisions are included for free (industry standard).

 
 

Delivery

 

Upon final approval of the design, you will be billed for the remaining balance. Once the final payment is received, you will receive your final Design Package, which will include your logo files in various formats for print and web, along with your Brand Style Guide.

 
 

Ready to invest in your brand?

 
 

 

"Sheila was clear, organized, professional, open minded, positive, and hugely effective. I had a truly gratifying experience working with her. I am picky and detail oriented by nature, and have been told I can be a "pain in the neck" by more than a few people. Sheila handled me with ease, grace, and professionalism. I learned a great deal from working with someone with such great integrity."   

Stephanie Shuken, Village Arts Center