Hiring a designer can be tricky, always do your research before committing to one designer for your job so you don't end up paying more than you bargained for.
Look through their folio and see if their style is the right fit for your project. You need to have an idea of the look you want to achieve as a customer too, so do your homework before approaching anyone and have a guide ready to go.
Questions are good when approaching a designer!
Ask them about their process, do they do any research before doing any actual design? Will you get more than one design to chose from? These questions give you a good idea as to whether your logo will be unique or a copy from somewhere in the depths of the interwebs.
So now a bit about my style...
I am a predominantly digital artist, which means my designs are clean, sharp and usually pretty colourful. It is a distinctive look which may or may not be the right fit for your project.
I have experience in a wide range of communication design from designing a logo for business start ups to making a car look sweet as with advertising graphics, and a load of stuff in between (which can be seen in my folio link!).
Prices and process...
All design jobs come with two included revisions (logos come with two concepts to chose from) and thereafter is an hourly rate.
Logos are either simple or complex. Simple designs are plain text, complex designs have a unique illustration or element.
Websites are designed using either squarespace or can be provided as a PSD or AI layered file for an external developer to work with.
Below are a few of my most popular jobs prices.
If you can't see what you're looking for please get in touch and I'll let you know the cost.