Book a 30 minute appointment timeslot to discuss your project:
An appointment is a great place to start if you’re feeling stuck at any time during your creative process. Use an appointment to get the ball rolling, define your project goals, review your designs or discuss anything else you need help accomplishing.
Get the most out of your appointment:
Creative projects can be hard when you don’t know how to maximize your time with your creative tech professional (that’s me). They can also be fun and rewarding when you step into your appointment prepared, knowing what to expect and ready to collaborate. If we’re meeting for the first time here’s a few tips on how we can rock out your next project:
- Have an idea of the mood you would like your project to have and be prepared to share. Pinterest is a great place to collect some ideas for inspiration and your Pinterest boards are easily shareable. The mood of your project can dictate a lot of creative decisions and having a firm idea of how you want to convey a message is almost as important as the message itself. Maybe you need help figuring out the mood and that’s ok, that’s where we’ll start.
- If you already have a branding sheet and/or rules bring them to the appointment along with any logo or font files. Don’t worry if you don’t have these things; we’ll discuss branding when we start your project.
- Understand that the scope of your project might be more than just what’s on the surface. Not all creative projects are built the same and it’s my job to give you a realistic idea of the time, cost and feasibility of what your project entails. We’ll discuss what your budget and timeline are and how we can focus our efforts to maximize your project.