Affordable, quality graphic design services in Central Nebraska


In the end, all business operations can be reduced to three words;
people, product and profits. Unless you've got a good team,
you can't do much with the other two."   
Lee Iacocca


 What will it Cost?  Okay, so it’s still a business. A fun one, to be sure, but still….how do we work together?  First,  a freebie.  Woohoo!  During the first consultation, totally gratis, we’ll look at your materials and get an overall snapshot of your project. You’ll get our impressions of what it will take to give you everything you hope for and more. Then you are free to take it or leave it. After our  free  (we love that word) consultation, we will send you an estimate of your project’s timing and cost. Once you are ready to proceed, you simply  accept   that estimate. It’s not as complicated as it sounds, and really pretty painless.





Pricing Structure and Policy

 Pricing Structure

Pricing will be quoted during the initial consultation or in the project agreement, since every design concept is unique. Flat rates are the norm, but more complex projects may require an hourly rate.

Prices quoted will be for design work only and will assume that the copy writing is in final form. Subsequent changes in the content or quantity of the copy writing could require revisions in the design of some projects. We’ll agree to that in advance and bill it separately if necessary.

  Down Payments Optional but Encouraged 

We prefer a deposit on all of our design services, but certainly like to be flexible for our clients. To initiate the design process you must first accept the design estimate. If you would like to make a down payment please let us know and within 24 hours you will receive an invoice. We prefer 25%-50% of the initial estimate when doing so. The remaining balance on the project will be invoiced at the completion of the project and must be paid in full prior to receiving final artwork.

 Revisions and more...

The number of included revisions will be specified in the project agreement/estimate.

There. That wasn’t so scary, was it?