© 2018-2019 by Bailey Wilson

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Can you design a logo or website for my business?

Yes! Designing is what I do best. If you're interested in working with me or just have a question, fill out my contact form or fill out the project brief of your choice and I'll get back to you as soon as possible.

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How much do you charge for freelance work?

Unfortunately, I can’t answer that until I know more about the project. Contact me with all the details about your project and I’ll get back to you with an estimated quote.

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Do you accept rush jobs?

I do! Depending on my current workload and if you’re willing to pay a small rush fee for the work, I will do what it takes to get the job done. I’m here to help out in anyway possible—Even if you’re on a time crunch.

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What is the best way to reach you?

Email works best and is preferred. It’s fast, efficient, and I like having a written record of our conversation.

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What design programs do you use?

Like most creatives, I use the Adobe Creative Suite – mostly Photoshop and Illustrator. I work on an iMac.

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Do you code websites?

I do what I can, but that’s only so much. I specialize in graphic design and website design, not website development. If the project requires more coding than I can handle, I can recommend some web developers that can get the job done for you!

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What website platforms do you use?

I approach website design with the mindset that the client will eventually take over general maintenance after I complete my work mainly due to the fact that many of my clients have blogs that they have to update. Currently I work with Wix, Squarespace and occasionally Wordpress.

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Are you available to commute to work/meet at our location?

Being a freelance graphic designer, my client base isn’t just limited to local projects. I enjoy making connections and producing work for anyone that’s in need of my design services. My current operations are conducted remotely, however, if you have work that you would like to handle on location, please contact me for a custom quote and travel fees.

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Did you go to school for design?

Formally, I have a bachelors degree in Mass Communications with a concentration in broadcast and electronic media, but the majority of my design skills are self-taught using online classes such as skillshare and lynda.com as well as bringing my own ideas to life.

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I have another question.

If there’s anything you have a question about, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I’d love to hear from you!