You and I will talk for as long as necessary to design what you want. You are the client after all. Once this has been defined a deposit must be made before work begins.
After you and I decide on the graphic or web design project you want, I will then design a demo or sample that meets your needs. We will work on this together until you are happy.
Coding Phase Websites Only
Once the design is finalized I will begin coding the website. Once I am finished, I will then submit it for your approval. When you are happy and I am done, final payment must be made before publishing.
Graphic Design Phase
Once the Graphic Design project has been agreed upon and deposit is made, I will then begin to create your design project. Once the project is completed I will send a watermarked design to you for final approval.
Once final payment has been made I will then upload and install your website on your server or send your graphic design project without the watermark. You are free to email me with any updates and/or questions.
Web Design & Development
Janine Weil Ltd
Jonathan created the business web site we had wanted for a long time. He used his creativity and vision of how it should look and offered great suggestions to make the site even better. It's a beautiful and professional web site we are proud to have store buyers go onto... continue reading →
— Janine & Adam Weil
Jade Holdings America, LLC
I came across JH Web Designer ad on Craigslist and after going through some of his portfolio, I decided to give him a trial, so I had him design my company logo. It turned out so perfect, the logo was exactly what I wanted, and the level of service I... continue reading →
— James Adeoti
Stevie Mac New York
Jonathon was referred by my fashion photographer.... and he literally took my website and turned it into an International-quality website. Jonathon's taste and wisdom and know-how completely made my website a professional and world class site. Aside from his amazing knowledge of the fashion industry, he's also well versed in... continue reading →
— Steven McDermott