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Completed Jobs (1)
Graphic Design Job VerifiedChris , Northcote, VICOctober 24, 2016
i have a basic flyer designed that needs to be saved in a EPS format to be printed on a real estate board. i have it in Pdf or word document currently, also we need a digital version of our cricket clubs emblem. i can email both things directly to you.Review 31 Oct 2016
Very easy to work with, and got great results
Other Reviews (2)
Sarah06 Apr 2017 (last edited 06 Apr 2017)
Chris is very knowledgeable in the field and has some great recommendations for company direction. It's always a pleasure to work with him. He’s a true professional and his work is outstanding.
Travis M07 Oct 2016 (last edited 07 Oct 2016)
I’ve worked with Chris on a few projects and it’s always a pleasure. He’s friendly, responsive, and his work is stellar. Will definitely work with him again.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should a customer hire you over another service provider?
I'm friendly, reliable and create agency quality work. I've retained my clients for long periods of time (some 6-7 years from when I started) because they value my work ethic and the care I put into their jobs.
What experience, skills, qualifications or training do you have to make you the right person for the job?
I have an Advanced Diplomia of Graphic Design, have used the Adobe suite including Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign for over 10 years. I'm a full time freelancer, so I'm available during normal business hours.
Is there a particular aspect of your trade or industry that you specialise in?
Print design is where I thrive. So, anything from company branding (ie logos) to brochure, flyer, business card design is what I love to do every day. I also make custom artwork to give your brand a unique, polished look.
What makes your pricing competitive?
Low overheads, a passion for the industry and knowledge as to the actual worth of the design I'm creating for you. I also have multiple printers who I work with on a regular basis.
How can a customer save money before you start the work? Please give 3 tips
If you're supplying artwork, have it ready. Content is extremely important, so as much of that as you can have before the job starts is recommended. If you're getting a job printed, then a quantity is essentially for a quotation.
What are the typical things that you need to know before you can provide a quote to a customer?
The main things include:
- Whether or not you have existing artwork / photos. If it is, what file format is it in?
- Deadline for the job?
- How much written content you have?
- Your target audience and who you're trying to appeal to?
What do you like most about your job?
Graphic Design was a hobby for me before I became a professional. So, I love designing in general. In terms of work and freelancing, I love the diverse fields I get to work in and learn about a customers business. It's great to find out their goals and asperations!