Creativity, what is it? Where does that spark come from? 1. Creativity can be defined as a phenomenon whereby something new and valuable is created (such as an idea, a joke, an artistic or literary work, a painting or musical composition, a solution, an invention etc.). 2. Creativity can also be defined "as the process of producing something that is both original and worthwhile" or "characterized by originality and expressiveness and imaginative". I think of "Creativity" as the mind winding up like a perfectly timed watch and working in sync to perform a function that ends in an emotional response from the end result. Whether the emotional response is happy, sad, hunger, desire, etc. is based on what the creation is and how it is presented. The possibilities of Creativity are an endless stream from which most of my life has flowed.
Creativity is a way of life for me. It's not just something that looks good on someone's resume, it's something you live. Not only do I still draw and sketch in my down time to this day, but I also write and play music as well. In my spare time I've written and recorded a few pieces over the years. Besides art, music is my other passion. As I've said, Creativity is a way of life to me. I've come a long way from the 8 year old kid sketching Superheroes on a sunny Saturday afternoon to a confident artist that knows what he can do with his creativity and skills. They say when a door or window closes another one opens. I say if nothing opens draw the door and the window, and enjoy the view.
Everyone has a message these days, been this way for decades. From the Smallest Business to the Largest Corporation everyone has a message they want to convey to their Audience/Customers. It is easy for Business Owners and their Customers to get confused with todays technologies and multiple options for carrying those messages to the Public Forum. The Mission is to make sure those messages don't get lost in the shuffle so that the Business Owners and their Customers understand what's being conveyed loud and clear without using bells and whistles to distract them.
Let's say Web for example. Web based formats like Websites, Forums, Blogs, etc. are the perfect way to promote Products, Events, Concerts, Artwork, Services, etc.. These formats run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week as your online business card or product display. The Job is to take those Products, Events, Concerts, Artwork, Services, etc. and present them in a Web format that promotes Sales and gets Customers in touch with those Small Businesses or Corporations. Working with you on these projects will be an easy learning process and enjoyable experience to stepping onto the Web.
In an effort to provide a "One Stop Shop" for my clients, I have experience as a Brand Specialist, Graphic Designer, Logo Designer, Marketer, Photographer, Videographer and Web Designer.
I offer Five Core Services:
Each of these Five Core Services branch off into sub-categories such as:
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Over the years we always get these 3 specific questions when talking to new clients: "How long does this process take?", "What are the next steps to take?" and "What things do you need from me?" Well I try to lay out all of the steps in the process so that clients can get an idea of what goes on. The process is simple, but can seem overwhelming at times. I do make every effort to encourage my clients to be involved in the technical aspects of the process for those interested, while keeping things simple and geek-free for those clients who wish to remain hands-off.
I can design you the most beautiful and dazzling logo, website and promotional materials; but if I don't take the time to understand you, your products and your customers it won't matter. During my consultations with you I'll get to know you and what personality your business projects or wishes to project to your customers. I want to make sure your customers have the appropriate perception of your business. I need to become familiar with your products and/or services. I need to understand why your customers should choose yours over your competitor's products and what competitive advantages you may have or need to have that must be conveyed clearly to your customers. Once I understand what products you're offering and understand what your customers want, I'll be able to brand you and market you to your customers ultimately pleasing your customers. A happy customer base makes for happy business owners and that means growth for your business.
After our initial consultations guidelines will be drawn up to set a production schedule and gather materials to complete your project. I will need to gather all important materials such as text, photos, videos, product specs, et cetera that will be needed to brand, design, develop and market your project. Once you've signed off and approved the project proposal, I can get to work. You'll need to approve layouts, fonts, color combinations and much more so if you have any ideas ahead of time let me know. I can hit a homerun with the first layout if we've been given clear direction, but sometimes the initial layout requires a little refining.
Once I've gotten the layout fine tuned I'll begin full production to complete your project. After I have your final approval we will schedule an official launch date. Whether your project is branding, logo, photo, promotional tools, video or website does not matter, it will need a launch date. Call it a "Published Date" if you will. But just because we launch doesn't mean our journey together it over. There will be follow up issues that need to be addressed and I will be right there with you every step of the way. That's what being a part of "One Stop Shop" is all about.
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With the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1996-98 (DMCA), the Copyright Act of 1976-78 and the Copyright Term Extension Act of 1998, I am well aware of my rights on design, music, photography and ownership of what I create. When hiring me an agreement is made as work for hire, not ownership. The fees for work completed are for creation, production and maintenace of the materials for your project. Ownership fees (BUY OUT Agreement) are much larger then work for hire fees.
During the time of a project, you must specify a contact person who will be responsible for decisions regarding design, functionality and approval of any "out of scope" expenses. So we need to be in contact with you to produce your project. That means all changes and updates as well.
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I am not responsible for lost sales or lost opportunities resulting from human error, equipment, software, facility or connectivity downtime. I am not responsible for server companies going offline or their server maintenance check ups.
Although it is the goal of every web developer to obtain coveted search engine rankings for their customers, I cannot guarantee the results of any coding or techniques aimed at improving search engine rankings. Furthermore, any good rankings that exist before a redesign, or that are attained through SEO efforts are not guaranteed to remain for any length of time. Even for a web site that remains unchanged, search engine rankings can shift any time at the whim of the search engine companies. No claim by any me, and no request by any client should be misinterpreted as an agreement or promise to attain rankings.
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