About Me

Howdy! I’m Indre Komskyte – IKOMS – a Freelance Graphic Designer. I remotely work with clients, usually ambitious start-ups and entrepreneurs, from all around the globe and specialize in Brand & Logo Design, Website Design & Building and Advertising design.
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  • indre.komskyte@gmail.com

Good Graphic Design
is a Business Investment
that Pays Off.

"If you think good design is expensive, you should look at the cost of bad design."

— Ralf Speth

Demonstarte

Professionalism

Improve

Communication

Enhance

Recognition

Why good graphic design is important? Well, it can definitely be an integral step in the process of establishing and maintaining a successful business.

It is not a secret, that we, humans, are not only rational but also emotional creatures, and most of us are visually driven. Aesthetically created, eye-catching material engages and attracts, creates sense of professionalism and good tone.

There are numerous more reasons why design is a key element of outstanding business. You can read more about it here.

THE PRICING

Since each client, project, approach and strategy is unique, it would be difficult and unfair to sell a pre-packaged solution associated with a fee that is “right” for every client. Because of that, I price all my works on a project basis with a defined scope, after I’ve had cleared out the details of the project and reviewed what is going to be needed. By determining the level of effort on the entire project, I give a price that I consider is fair to both parties.

The cost of a project depends on a few things:

Project Type

Some of the projects like flyers, banners or business cards takes less time (1-3 days) to design, some of them – like website building – takes much more time, sometimes even months.

Turnaround Time

Tight deadlines may cost more. For example, if I am requested to work on night or weekend, or if there
is an emergency job to be done and I will need to push back my other projects.

Amount of Concepts

I always start from at least 3 concepts but if you are not sure what you need or like yet and would like to see more ideas before making decision, then in fact more design time is involved.

Number of Revision Rounds

The amount of revisions varies from client to client. Most of my design projects needed 2-4 revisions.
But if, to your mind, that is not enough for you, we can increase the number of revisions.

Basically, we can agree the cost and scope regarding the project in two ways:

  1. You presume your budget for a project and I describe what I'm able to provide for this specific amount.
  2. You consider the things you need to be done and I give a price for the project (see the list below).

Logo & Brand Design

Things on what price depends and what you should consider:

  • Number of Logo Concepts
  • Type of Logo (Wordmark, Combination Mark, Emblem, etc.)
  • Amount of Revision Rounds
  • Turnaround time

Final Package:

Logo Files

Can be provided in 8 different formats – .ai .jpg .png .pdf .eps .psd. .gif .tff – you decide which of these you will need.

ADD-ONs:

Color Specifications

This is the file which explains what colors were used in logo design.  Color Specs file ensures  that your brand colors will match across different applications.

File Usage Guide

In fact different type of file you will need if you’re printing something and will be different than if you’re adding a logo to a website. File types and what you need to use and why is explained in this document.

Brand Book

Brand book – is a visual style guide, showing how all content should be designed.  Elements include logo usage rules, primary color palette, secondary color palette, and typography recommendations.

Stationery Design

Business stationery covers every aspect of your printed communications – with customers, suppliers and even between different people in your business.The types of stationery most businesses require include business cards, envelope, letterhead, etc.

Website Design & Building

Things on what price depends and what you should consider:

  • Number of pages
  • Content provision (Copy, Video, Images, etc.)
  • Amount of Revision Rounds
  • Turnaround time

Final Package:

WordPress, Squarespace or .psd Website

If you need only a website design, it will be designed in Adobe Photoshop, and in the final stage you will receive a .psd file. If you decide to have a Website built in WordPress, at the end you will have totally completed website, ready to be launched. Furthermore, you will be able to make your own edits later without any coding experience.

ADD-ONs:

Custom Banner Design

If needed I can design custom banners for your site and select royalty-free or totally free stock photos for your new website.

Website Usage Guide

This is .pdf format file explaining how to add and edit your sites’ content.

E-Commerce integration

Need an e-shop?  No problem.

SEO

SEO stands for “Search Engine Optimization.” It is the process of getting traffic from the “free”, “organic” search results on search engines liek Google, Bing etc. Your website can also be optimized for search engines if requested.

Graphic Design

Things on what price depends and what you should consider:

  • Number of Artworks
  • Number of Concepts
  • Amount of Revision Rounds
  • Turnaround time

Final Package: Any Kind of Graphic Design

  • Banners Social Media Channels
  • Website Banner ads
  • Graphic Artwork for Music Album Cover
  • Photoshop / Photo-Manipulation of Photos / Images
  • Presentation (e.g. Power Point) Design
  • Apparel Design

…aaand everything in between.

! Note

Services are not limited to those listed above. If you need something different, I’m happy to put together a custom proposal. A non-refundable deposit (~30-50%) will be required prior to project initiation. This deposit reserves your time in my production schedule.

GET IN TOUCH

indre.komskyte@gmail.com

If you have any ideas or projects in mind and you would like to hire me to work on, or if you have something we could collaborate on, please feel free to get in touch!

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