My specialty. I create logos that will connect, inform and inspire across corporate, private and public sectors. At Hymes Design, my experience in logo creation will ensure your logo is not only seen but remembered and portrays the image you want your company to have. New or existing, I can help move your logo identity forward.
From business cards to product packaging, I design with your brand identity, and communications strategy in mind. Hymes Design can help integrate design across every aspect of a business to ensure that everything from advertising to in house stationary, work to create one powerful branded experience. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have something in mind or fill out the contact form here, and i will get back to you as soon as possible.
The days are gone when businesses could ignore the internet, even mom and pop shops need a website, if only for the legitimacy a professional online presence provides. Starting from scratch or just revamping the occasional dinosaur from the 90′s, I provide visually pleasing, easy-to-navigate, and effective website design.
I have the expertise, eye for a good design, and the enthusiasm to do a good job. Employing the latest trends in design, or pulling from my bag of old tricks, I have a lot to offer. A custom design that fits the best with your business, or for the penny pinchers, a template customization, I deliver what you want your customers to see.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
From what you’re looking for to the budget we’re working within, it’s all covered by the briefing. This step determines everything from the number of included revisions to the goal of the finished product. I quote a price, if it’s acceptable I send an invoice for the down payment, something discussed over the phone don’t worry it won’t be a surprise. And then we move into step two and the real work begins.
This is the part of the process where I cook up the concepts or work out the framework, then get your feedback. I make revisions to the the idea and get it as close to perfect as possible and then we move into step three.
This involves final revisions and tightening the design, things like getting it ready for your specific printer or making the red a little darker for better contrast. The major changes are done by this point, all that’s left are the touch-ups, final payment and file delivery.