I’m a graphic designer & digital marketer based out of Halifax, Nova Scotia. I graduated from NSCC waterfront with the Highest Recognition award, and have worked with a range of companies from Print Houses to Tech Start-ups.
I fell in love with digital marketing and social media while in school and freelanced my skills on the side for a few years before leaping two-feet-first into freelancing full-time in December 2016.
Using my design, web and marketing skills together, I’ve been privileged to plan and execute marketing strategies with small business owners, professional coaches and retail shops since then.
I function as a one-stop-shop for solo entrepreneurs who are looking to scale their marketing efforts, add a passive income stream or simplify their software and drop the overwhelm.
Whether you need someone to build your content strategy or just build the visual graphics to make your brand pop —I’m your girl.
Um, I have a question.
Honestly, I’d be worried if you didn’t. If you can’t find what you’re looking for below, send me a message! I’d love to chat.
Q. What the hecky is a Content Designer?
A Content Designer is a little bit of a marketing unicorn! The oh-so-technical term for someone who has taken the time to focus on several skills surrounding online content and the way users engage with it.
Content Design is the middle ground between research, user experience, strategy and slick-as-hell graphic design. We all want to appear as an industry expert to our new and future clients, and that is where my zone of genius comes in.
I help biz owners identify their target audience’s issues and pain points and craft a buyer’s journey between ‘stranger on the internet’ and ‘raving fan’. Some of my clients need help from planning to implementation because they are running a solo show and want to scale up, others are just looking for me to develop a single workbook or brochure.
As always, there are no cookie-cutter solutions here, so if you’re not sure where to start or if we would be a good fit—drop me a line—I’ll let you know what I can do for you, or point you in the right direction.
Q. Are you accepting new clients?
I am currently accepting new clients for June 2018. The intake process to onboard me into your business usually takes around 2 weeks, so a booking in May means we’ll be in communication about your project by May 15th. (If you’ve already contacted me, fret not, you’ve been added to my list for April/May)
If you need your project in a hurry and can’t wait until June, send me a message and we’ll see if I can fit you in or I will recommend someone in my top list to take on your project instead. 📓
Q. Can we go for a coffee and chat?
As a lot of the work that I do is consulting one-on-one, I generally refrain from “coffee and chat” sessions about content strategy or website design. However, if you are looking to sit down and chat about anything else, hit me up on twitter or via the contact page here. I spend FAR too much time in my home office surrounded by cats and could definitely use a break.
If you’re looking for help with your WordPress site, I help co-run the local Halifax WordPress Meetup and will be there each month offering help to those looking for it. So if you’re wondering what kind of content to put on your site, how to use content to generate more relationships and the like—come down to the meetup. You can find more details right here: https://www.meetup.com/WordPress-Halifax/
Q. What are your fees?
Packages are paid in Phases as the work is completed, to make it easier to get your business to the next level without detrimentally affecting your company’s cash flow.
If your project requires the addition of a copywriter, photographer or otherwise, you’ll still receive one quote with all services you’d like on your project listed –so you can see exactly how the cost of your project breaks down before making your decision on which package to choose.
Q. Do you have any standard packages?
After that, I custom craft 2-3 options so that you can choose the set up that works best for your business and budget without jeopardizing the quality of the work produced.
There isn’t any obligation to start the project until an agreement has been formalized; so if the services I offer don’t feel like they will be a good fit on either side, we still have time to chat it over before any decisions are made.