Studio K8Ki
 
 

Step 1:

We partner to design your brand & website

My services begin with branding and website, where I cultivate strong partnerships with like-minded individuals who are looking to authentically tell their story. This means that I’m not only interested in what my clients have to offer, but take the time to truly understand the ins & outs of their business. This holistic approach allows me to thoughtfully develop my clients' brands from the ground up.

 

BRAND PACKAGE

All you need to get started is a logo. Logo is the face of your business. It expresses your company's value.

  • 60-min strategy call

  • Brand discovery

  • 4 initial logo concepts

  • 2 color palette options

  • 3 rounds of revisions

  • 1 primary logo

  • 2-3 alternative marks

  • Design guide

  • Final artwork file bundle



WEBSITE

In today's world, everyone lives on the internet. From finding a restaurant to buying clothes, we do it all online.

  • 60-min strategy call

  • 5 unique page designs

  • Custom website styling

  • Responsive design

  • 3 rounds of revisions

  • 20% off Squarespace

  • Design guide

  • Post-launch support


 

Step 2:

You let us know what else you need

Although branding or website design is the entry point in working with me, the majority of my clients add on à la carte services (like print and / or digital collateral, and packaging) for a truly custom experience and I will make it happen.

 
 
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The 5-Step Design Process

I. DISCOVERY

Before embarking on a design project, it's important for me to get to know you and your business. I'll send a detailed questionnaire for you to fill out. On your start date, we'll hop on a call to review the questionnaire and high-five to get started. We'll collaborate on creating a Pinterest board that reflects your vision of your brand.

II. STRATEGIZE

Branding: I will research your competition in order to create an original and unique brand. The main priority is to help your business stand out from the rest and gain your customers trust.

Website: One of the things we'll talk a lot about during our strategy session is how to present your content in a way that compels visitors to take action and buy your product or service. This is the stage where we'll hammer out exactly what that will look like on your website. In design speak, this is called wireframing. The purpose of wireframing is to decide on a layout for your content.

III. DESIGN

This is where things get fun.

Branding: After researching I brainstorm logo options for your selection. You pick 1-2 logos for further refinment.

Website: After creating the layout for your design, I'll create a mockup of your homepage incorporating your brand logo, fonts, colors, and images.

IV. BUILD

This is the part where I get to play and you get to sit back and relax!

Branding: Here is where your brand takes cohesive look.

Website: In this stage, I turn the mockup into a live website.

V. LAUNCH

It's time to launch your new brand or website and watch your business grow!

 
 
 

My Design Philosophy

GROWTH IS THE GOAL

The purpose a new logo or website is to take your business to the next level– book more clients, sell more products, start making the kind of money you always dreamed of. I'll help you get there.

COMMUNICATION IS KEY

Design isn't a one-woman show. It's a collaborative partnership between client and designer, and intentional communication is the key to making that partnership effective.

LIFE SHOULD BE EASIER

Running a business is hard but a memorable brand and functional website should make your job easier. I use Squarespace for my clients (and myself) because it's painless to edit and requires no maintenance. But if you want a from scratch coded website let me know.

SIMPLICITY IS BEAUTIFUL

I believe in minimizing distractions and letting your branding and content shine. White space and creative text formatting are key.

AUTOMATION RULES

There's nothing I love more than making your life less stressful by integrating elegant systems that automate your online business.

LITTLE THINGS MATTER

I pay attention to the details, especially in the final stage of a design. It's the little things that can help you stand out from the herd.