I understand the importance of fees and that’s why I don’t have a set fee structure. No two projects or clients are exactly the same and fees are negotiated based on a variety of factors including, but not limited to:
- Scope of work
- Type of project
- Time frame
Once we’ve agreed to a fee schedule, there won’t be any changes to it unless the scope of work changes.
The short answer to this is yes, but it really does depend on your needs. If you’re just running into a few issues working on an InDesign project, we can probably get to the bottom of it with a screen sharing session.
On the other hand, if you need a full evaluation of your workflow, that would best be done onsite.
In either case, I’d be happy to discuss it. Contact me to get started.
Yes, I’m happy to travel to your site. Depending on where you’re located, you would be responsible for any travel, lodging, and meal expenses but I don’t have very expensive taste in food and will fly coach.
I’ll take over just about any WordPress site but anything else is going to depend on how and when it was created. I’ll be happy to take a look at your site with no obligation on your part.
No, but I do work with several printers. I’ll be happy to coordinate printing as part of a design project or refer you to one.
Any domains and hosting should be in your name. That is for your benefit and protection. If you don’t already have a hosting accounting, I’ll be happy to get you set up with one.
Of course I do. In fact, I take great pride in my production skills. Just provide me with the job specifications and I’ll do the rest.
I’m glad you asked. Back when InDesign was just getting its feet wet, most creative pros were using QuarkXPress. I moved to InDesign at version 1.0 and and never looked back after version 1.5 was released.
I’ve been recommending it to clients ever since and with all my pestering, some of them started calling me “The InDesign Guy.”
This site was recently re-done. In the process, a lot of older, irrelevant content was eliminated. I apologize for any inconvenience but migrating information about 5-10 year old software didn’t seem worth the effort.
Feel free to send me a message using the contact form if you have a particular question.
Unless you require help in moving to current versions of Creative Cloud software, no. It’s just not worth the effort to keep older versions of software at hand and try to remember which features were available.
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