Is the Design Intensive Experience the right option for you and your business? Find out in this post the difference between an Intensive and a Custom Design project!
A Design Intensive (more popularly known as “VIP Design Day”) is essentially a condensed, “intensive” experience that allows me to design a brand or website for you. It usually includes a bit of prep work, research, a full day of work, and an allotted period of time for refinements.
For Design Intensives, the timeline could be one day or a week, depending on the scope of work requested! It’s important to note that intensive projects are usually time-based, not deliverable-based, since you are hiring me for an uninterrupted period of time. We will tackle your design “wishlist” in priority of importance. After all, I am only human!
Investment, on average, ranges from $1,700-$3000.
A custom brand and/or web design project focuses on strategy first. As it is a longer process, the experience is more personalized and tailor-made for you and the challenges you are facing.
Some examples of problems that a brand strategist and/or web designer can solve:
For Custom Design Projects, the timeline varies from 6 weeks to 16 weeks, depending on the scope of work. As mentioned, since custom design projects are more intentional, there is more collaboration between us. Extensive strategy and research go into each phase, along with roadmaps and further documents to guide you to success.
Investment, on average, ranges from $4,000 – $15,000.
Working with a professional designer can do more than make things look pretty. While visuals do play an important role, a good designer will take into consideration all of the different aspects to provide a holistic, strategic solution for you!
Wondering which experience may be a better fit for you? Don’t sweat it! I offer complimentary discovery calls to figure out just that, where we chat about everything from your business goals and vision to some of your day-to-day painpoints.
My goal, at the end of the day, is to be able to help YOU move the needle in your business — taking your from where you are to where you want to be.