So you like my design work and want to work together on a project? Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with details about your specific project and budget. If you’ve never worked with a designer before, please watch my video How to Hire a Freelance Graphic Designer for information about what to include in the initial email.
Things I do:
Logo/identity design, book layouts, website design, music Packaging, poster design, t-shirt design, photo manipulation and restoration, video editing
Things I do not do:
Website coding, complicated illustration (though I know several illustrators I can refer you to), tattoo design (too permanent!), printing (I will send you completed files online)
I love projects that are firmly planted in nerd and online culture, though I will do more traditional work as well. If you have a unique project you’d like me to work on that I haven’t mentioned here, please still feel free to send me an email so we can discuss it!
– Hank Green, co-founder of VidCon, co-founder of DFTBA Records, and the other half of the Vlogbrothers
If you have further questions that aren’t answered below, feel free to send me an email at email@example.com.
How much do you charge for freelance work?
I can’t answer that until I know more about the project you’re proposing. Check out the video I made about How to Hire a Freelance Designer and then send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with all the details about your project for a quote.
What programs do you design in?
I use the Adobe CS6 suite, mostly Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. I work on a Macbook Pro.
How long does it take you to finish a project?
That depends on the project! If you have a specific date you need a finished product by, just let me know and I will do my best to accomodate it. Keep in mind that rush jobs will cost more.
Why won’t you code my website?
I do not do any coding work, simply because I only know the very basics. However, I do know several web developers who I have worked with in the past who I am happy to refer you to.
Alan Lastufka, co-founder of DFTBA Records