Just like that, I'm fully booked for 2019! I'm now taking bookings for Jan 2020 and beyond. If you've been on the fence, now is the perfect time to look at starting off a new decade with a shiny new brand or website. It's also a good time to note, that I'll also be raising my prices for all projects booked after the new year, but will honour my current pricing through to Nov 30.
There are a few reasons for this increase.
1. Hours. I've been tracking the time it takes me to build brand suites and websites for clients, and I'm finding it's much more than I originally anticipated. It's the little details that take the time. Bundling upwards of 150 logo files. Submitting sites to Google and Bing search consoles. Installing pixels and analytics. Testing across devices. Face to face training with clients on wrap up! So many other providers out there are missing these basic steps, but I've built them into my processes to ensure the businesses I work with are set up for success.
2. Process improvement. With each project, I improve the way I work with clients and deliver brands! Better processes, better experience, better result.
3. Client feedback. Multiple clients have said to me at the end of a project that I should be charging more! They're reporting increased business, and confidence in their offering once going through the process with me. At the end of the day, this is what I'm offering. A logo is more than just a pretty vector, a website is your digital shopfront. It needs to stack up.
4. When you have a job, you get raises based on performance. When I ask myself if the last year has led me to better my skills/strategy, add quality work to my portfolio, and deliver quality work to my clients. The answer is hell yes. I'm consistently upskilling myself through short courses and networking in my field. As I learn more, I've often gone back to previous work to make small tweaks for clients - free of charge!
I go the extra mile, and my prices need to reflect this. If you've been on the fence, LET'S GO! Hit me with any questions below.