We're cheap. But we don't produce "cheap" design.
Generally, our clients fall under two main categories: commercial
For Commercial Clients:
Our rates are fair and
relate to how the project will be used, time, expenses, etc.
In addition, we ask that you cover our expenses, provide samples
of the final product for our portfolio, and credit to Studio
205. And we're always open to some bartering! After all, a student's
got to eat, right?
For Non-Profit Organizations:
Well, we're here
to help. And, as with the commercial clients, we ask that you
cover our expenses, provide samples of the final product for
our portfolio, and credit to Studio 205. If you can also afford
a little compensation by way of barter or treats, we'd love that,
At the start of a project, we write
up a proposal which will outline your expectations and our creative
notes. It will also contain deadlines, anticipated costs, and
a quote for designing your project.
Schedule an appointment:
Be sure to contact any
of our current Studio
205 students, or Mara Jevera Fulmer, our faculty advisor, to
arrange to meet with us about your design project.
A few words on originality:
We strive to meet your design needs with the
best and most original work possible. All work are the original
concepts of Studio 205, including copy, images, and ideas. And
while we will occasionally pay homage in our designs to the masters,
we will always strive to make the work new, innovative and fresh
in our approach. And because we work cheap, we maintain copyright
on all of our work and request credit whenever it is reproduced.
Transfer of copyrights can be arranged for an agreed rate of compensation.