I can help you make a real connection with your community, audience and customers using professionally crafted hand lettering. I’m talking more than just words on a page, but handmade visuals that tell your story.
My Hand Lettering Process
An organized design process to create top notch work
Fill out my Project Request Form so I can learn about your goals, vision and inspiration. Once I receive all the info I need to deliver a successful project, I’ll follow up with an estimate via email.
You’ll receive a Design Proposal that outlines the details of your project that you can easily e-sign online. Then once I receive your 50% deposit, you’ll be added to my production schedule.
I’ll catalog my thought process with a Pinterest Mood Board with examples of various typography styles for your design. Then we’ll have a meeting to discuss the art direction I’ve chosen for your project.
I take your provided goals, mediums, and target audience to explore various concepts for your hand lettered design. I then hone them down to a final concept based on what will be the most effective for your goals.
I’ll continue redraw the hand rendered form until I ultimately vectorize your design with meticulous precision. Even once this process is complete, I’ll spend several days tweaking the finer points for a high quality final result.
Your artwork is provided to you in a online presentation that shows my design process from conception to completion. All the decisions made are explained to demonstrate how they best serve your goals.
Request A Quote
Every good design begins with an even greater story. What’s yours?
I’m so thrilled that you’ve considered me to create your next hand lettered project. I can’t wait to learn more about you and why your project matters. I’m going to ask you some thought provoking questions, so please take your time going through each of them.
The more information you’re able to provide the better I can assess your needs and begin our conversation around your goals. After you fill out this form, I’ll reply you back with an estimate along with a copy of your Creative Brief for your records.