FAQ

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Most frequent questions and answers

We feel that creating a successful brand for your business should be viewed as an investment and not a cost. Our up-front pricing is based on helping you develop a solid foundation for your brand (or project), which will amortize for years as your brand evolves. At the beginning of our engagement, we learn everything we can about your business, and the assignment, and give you a project fee estimate before working together. Our pricing generally falls in the middle of the branding firm scale, we’re not the least or most expensive. We pride ourselves in delivering strategic work, on time and within budget. Hit the button in the top right of our website to request a quote. 

Each assignment is unique and therefore, timelines vary. In general, you can expect concepts and/or initial designs within 2-4 weeks after our discover and define phase activities are complete. We will set a schedule at the beginning of a project, based on your realistic deadlines, for full production of the work.

Here at BlueMind we will work with you to determine the most effective way(s) to utilize your marketing budget as often as possible. We solve business problems and are not in the business of “upselling”. If it will solve the problem, we will recommend it, if not, we won’t. In the event the project is too small for us to handle, we will let you know up front and most often, refer you to someone better suited to your needs.

We check emails minutely Monday – Friday: 9am – 10pm

We do not usually work on major holidays. We value work-life balance to stay fresh, so we plan ahead and work smart. Those that have WordPress maintenance plans with us have 24/7 contact with our team in case of emergencies.

If you would like to get started, then you can go to our quote page and request a quote. Please be sure to give us as accurate information as you can in that quote form. Sometimes the project is small enough that we can reply with a price, but many times we will need to ask some follow up questions about your project in order to get the best, most accurate price possible.