Not all designers are created equal.
They offer new and different ideas without being asked, with thoughtful consideration of the clients' needs and budgets.
Not to say that some are necessarily better than others, but sometimes you get what you pay for. It’s so easy to go online and get a custom logo, invitation, or graphic for any minuscule amount of money these days… but are you files going to be print-ready? will your printer accept them? will the information be correct? can you find this designer again if and when you have a problem? Unfortunately, the answer is "probably not".
One of our clients, Bradstreet Englert Creative, loves to work with us because we provide "truly print-ready designs”. She can easily commiserate about "the number of graphic designers who are unable to do this”. With our background in print production, we think through the whole project so that you’re not left with any surprises in the end. We make sure that the files you get are appropriate for your project and intent so that it’s easier for you in the long run.
You may think, “yeah, but what’s that going to cost me”. Nothing. We don’t charge you any extra for our forethought or experience. We are always thoughtful of our clients’ budgets. If you have a budget in mind, let us know upfront so we can plan around that. Now, we can’t beat the $30 logo package you can find at yougetwhatyoupayfor.com, but we like to think that we’re priced competitively for the quality you receive.
If you would like to read Bradstreet Englert Creative’s full testimonial, you can find it below:
Bradstreet Englert Creative has worked with Chimera on many occasions to handle the overflow work in our agency. Caryn is adept with the Adobe Creative Suite software and knowledgeable about printing, which is an enormous plus for us since we specialize in print design. But probably what is most important to us is that we can trust them implicitly to keep our clients' work confidential, to provide truly print-ready designs (you might be surprised at the number of graphic designers who are unable to do this), and to collaborate on projects of any type or size with professionalism and a gracious attitude. They offer new and different ideas without being asked, with thoughtful consideration of the clients' needs and budgets.