APPROACH

Q?If I tell you I need it at a certain time, how will you handle my deadlines?
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The first recorded use of the word deadline was: “Seventeen feet from the inner stockade was the ‘dead-line’, over which no man could pass and live.” History of the Civil War (1868)
Once I accept the job, that is how I treat deadlines.

Q?What are your prices?
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Prices are figured on a per project basis, but they usually range from $25-$100/hour. Contact me with the skinny and I will get a quote back to you immediately.

Q?If I asked you to design something, what software would you use?
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I create all my graphics in vector format in Illustrator. I image retouch and manipulate in Photoshop. Multipage documents are compiled in inDesign. Animations and renderings are built in 3DSMAX. Video editing happens in Vegas and Premiere.

Q?What size company were your prior clients?
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I have worked for one person, no one, and even for companies with a staff of 20,000.  I handle myself properly in situations of any size. I mainly chase interesting jobs and upgrade graphics when I know I can help.  I attempt to elevate design to an artform with every job in order to attract additional attention to what I am hired to sell.

Q?What is the schedule for drafts, edits and final deliverable?
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This depends on the complexity of the job, but if you want something rushed, you will compromise design quality.  If you ask something that I am unable to deliver, I will decline and refer you to a capable and more available friend.  Once we decide to proceed, I will make you a preliminary schedule that will include draft milestones and deliverable dates in hand or to the printer of your choice.

Q?What types of presentations do you build? What kinds of interfaces?
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I have created hundreds of powerpoints that ended up winning billions of dollars of jobs for my clients.  I also use Prezi which really is the best attention grabber out there.  I have designed interfaces in flash for organization, gaming, and communication. I also have designed mobile interfaces.

Q?What is your favorite project type to work on?
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Simply said, I like to make lesser things look better.