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What did I do on this project?


From rough sketches to the final pixels, I can help organize and structure your content. I’ll make sure that you’re happy with the direction your project is taking and more importantly, your end design project is easy to read and understand.

What do I need from you to get started?


I need to know what sort of business you have, who you want to reach out to, and what type of styles and layouts appeal to you.

Why choose me?


It’s my goal to give each of my clients projects the attention and TLC they deserve. I know what it’s like to pour your heart and soul into a business, and when you need to hand over projects to other people you, need to know they are going to give it the respect it deserves. I want to be the person that helps you bring your ideas to life – that’s what lights me up!


You should also know, although I’m in front of a computer creating top-notch work, I’m not all about myself. I spend a lot of time in the community keeping up to date with the latest trends and skills that are fashionable at the moment, while continuously enrolling on courses and get on courses regularly to keep my skills up-to-date.

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Niche design or not to niche design?


Whenever I have a design project on, the question of whether to do the design work as a niche or popular and to appeal to the mass market comes into question.


When would a product or service step out from a safe popular look, which essentially will attract more people, to something a little more creative and may only appeal to a smaller audience?


By definition, a niche market is a subset of a market, on which a particular product is focused. It is a highly specialised market segment.


Niche marketing works when you know your market, you may already have a product or service that is doing well and is a success.


This is when you can explore other markets by fine-tuning your design work with the photography, copy, design elements, colours and maybe even using a different logo that will attract your niche market.


I have found that many companies will keep their main company image muted in look and style which will appeal to the masses, but when they want to explore a niche market.


They will create a daughter company that can have a more defined image, whether this is to attract a younger audience or a more mature audience who understands and likes the high-quality design.


By doing this you can focus on that niche markets wants and not bombard them with details they are un-interested in and will make you look like a weaker offer.


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