Hey! I'm Jan,
the one-stop creative person for all your product design needs.

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I'm a product designer with decades of experience working on incredible projects for different clients. I grew up in the computer age and have been fascinated with technology - and all kinds of gadgets and gizmos - since I was a little kid.

My design philosophy is straightforward: Understand your project's target audience and goals, then help your users achieve their purposes by crafting intuitive, easy-to-use interfaces that are stunning.

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What kind of brands do you work with?

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I work with a lot of different brands, but I have to say that my favorite one is the one where I get to be creative. They let me come up with new ideas and experiment with different things. Working with them is always fun because they're always open to trying new things.

What is your average project price?

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Really, there's no set price that I charge for projects. It all comes down to what the client needs and wants. So if you're curious about how much your project will cost, just send me a message, and we can discuss it in detail. I promise I won't bite!

What is included in a new project?

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When starting a new project, a few key components are always included. First, the inevitable excitement (or sometimes dread) comes with starting something new. This is closely followed by a period of intense planning, in which every detail is meticulously mapped out.

After that comes the hard work of executing the plan, and finally, the sense of satisfaction (or relief) that comes with completing the project. Of course, there is also the chance that the project will be a complete disaster, but that's just part of the fun!

Can you make the logo bigger?

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As any designer knows, the size of a logo can be a sensitive issue. After all, the client is the one who has to live with the final product, and they may have strong opinions about how big or small the logo should be. Of course, there are also practical considerations, such as making sure the logo can be seen clearly from a distance or that it will fit on the desired print surface.

Ultimately, it's up to the designer to balance meeting the client's needs and creating a logo that looks good and functions well. So if anyone comes to you and asks, "Can you make the logo bigger?" just take a deep breath and remember that it's not always about size.

I challenge ✺ my clients to trust ✧ the process.