Frequently asked questions

Additional questions and answers will be added over time. If you have a specific question you’d like answered, please contact us!

How much do you charge for logos / packaging / ads?

While some businesses and websites out there may have set prices for certain projects— we find that each is unique, and as such the costs associated with them vary. If you have a budget you’d like to stay under and want to discuss the possibility of having the work completed within that budget, give us a call or send us an email. If you simply want a quote for your project, please call or email us with some of the project specifics so that we can more accurately estimate your job.

What is a vector file, and why do I need one?

A vector file is a graphic that uses plotted points, lines, and curves to create an image, instead of pixels. The benefit of a vector graphic (usually with regards to fonts and logos) is that the graphic can be scaled up or down infinitely– without losing quality. They are also more easily editable, in the event that a color or individual element needs to change.

Why can't we just use this image I found on the internet?

When developing graphics for your brand, a photo or texture may need to be purchased in order to get the best results. In that event, simply pulling an image off of Google or another search engine is not an option. The reason is two-fold. 1) You won’t have the rights to use the image in any of your designs; 2) The image will not typically be high enough resolution to print properly (if the piece is ultimately being printed).