These are estimated time allotments so you can budget your block accordingly.
Minimum of 3+ logo options, 3 revisions = Approx. $500-$750
(Revisions= 1 variation on 3 of the options or 3 rounds on one choice.) You will receive file in multiple formats, full ownership and raw files.
Logo revamp using agreed basic elements:
"Freshen up" = Approx. $300
You will receive file in multiple formats, full ownership and raw files.
Brochure Design: Approx: $800-$1800 depending on how much content is provided. Size, design options, 4 revisions.
Flyer Design: Approx: $800-$1000 1/sided 2 revisions
Postcard Design: Approx: $500-$600 2/sided 2 revisions
Rack Card Design: Approx: $400-$500 2/sided 2 revisions
Advertisement Web: Under 5.5x8.5 Approx: $200-$400
Advertisement Print: Under 5.5 x 8.5 Approx: $200-$500
Advertisement Print: Over 5.5x8.5 Approx: $400-$1100
3 revisions. Full Page Newspaper ads require custom quote.
Trade Show Banners/Displays/Concepting
Price varies on size needed. $300+
Home + 5 interior pages = $800-$1200
You will receive full ownership and raw files and ability to update.
NLC can design and prepare your brand style to give to your web developer. Not only does this assure that your brand remains consistent throughout platforms, it makes your web developer's life so much easier when all the User Experience planning and layout is essentially done for them.
Printers generally are the primary provider of catalogs to businesses but rarely do they have great designers. High end agencies make beautiful catalogs but cost a fortune. NLC can give you both at a reasonable price and easy efficiency. Call today for your quote and get a catalog you are proud to distribute. Digital options also available! Estimate $250 per page, $600 ea for covers and more elaborate pages.
PrePay for all blocks. Hourly is 1/2 down to start and 1/2 on approval.
Nothing is released until paid in full.
Pricing is for design only. Prices are estimates for budgeting purposes only. Every job is unique and NLC does not guarantee listed pricing.
External expenses such as printing, photography, art, fonts or extra time spent creating infographics or custom art is at cost or at hourly rate. If you know you may need such, please budget accordingly.
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Working with a Designer
Most of us want to look good online, need a website, maybe even a logo. More and more individuals and organizations are discovering that they need to hire a professional.
It comes down to doing your homework. Be clear with yourself before you spend a nickel or a minute with a designer. This difficult internal conversation will save you endless frustration and heartache later.
Here are four postures to consider in working with a good (or great) designer: