KingdomKreatives.Com

At Your Service... In HIS Service!

Hello There!

I hope to be of service to you. My aim is to make your Christian business, ministry & personal events shine through print and digital design, administrative and technical services. 


Try me today, and spread the word! As a freelance graphic designer and virtual assistant, word of mouth means a lot to me. I sincerely appreciate your taking the time to stop by!


Look around my website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact me. Check back later for new updates. There’s much more to come!

And know this: You are LOVED! THEE Creator (Jesus) died to prove it. 

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The Process...

Digital design can be a smooth process, when there is a clear understanding of what the client wants - and doesn't want - up front. To assess client needs, the designer needs to know the answers to the following questions: 


1) Who is your target audience, and what message do you want to

     communicate?

2) How will this design be used (i.e.,  internet distribution, direct mail, 

     handouts, branding, etc.)?

3) Are there any specific colors or imagery you would like to be used?

4) What is the deadline for project completion?


The more the designer knows up front, the better the outcome for all parties involved. 


What happens when there is a designer-client communication disconnect? Endless revisions, frustration, additional charges, etc. 


(Take a look at the video to the right for a humorous look at such a scenario)

The Design Process (AKA "Designing the Stop Sign")