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Memberships Plans

Choose a plan that’s right for you.

One request at a time.
Pause or cancel anytime
What’s included:
  • One request at a time
  • Average 48 hour delivery
  • Unlimited requests
  • Unlimited changes
  • Easy credit-card payments
  • Pause or cancel anytime
Double the requests.
Pause or cancel anytime
What’s included:
  • Two requests at a time
  • Average 36 hour delivery
  • Unlimited requests
  • Unlimited changes
  • Easy credit-card payments
  • Pause or cancel anytime
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WordPress Development

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How it Works


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Requirements Gathering:

  • Project requirements
  • Comms tools
  • Key people




Level Setting:

  • Request via comms tools
  • Share specs
  • Share requirements





  • Custom creative
  • Quick turnaround
  • Intellectual property ownership





  • Next design in cue
  • Usually 48 hours
  • Unlimited changes
Designs you’ll , guaranteed


Why wouldn't I just hire a full-time designer?

Good question!

For starters, the annual cost of a full-time senior-level designer now exceeds $120,000, plus benefits (and good luck finding one available). Aside from that, you may not always have enough work to keep them busy at all times, so you’re stuck paying for time you aren’t able to utilize.

With the monthly plan, you can pause and resume your subscription as often as you need to ensure you’re only paying your designer when you have work available for them.

Is there a limit to how many requests I can have?

Once subscribed, you’re able to add as many design requests to your queue as you’d like, and they will be delivered one by one.

How fast will I receive my designs?

On average, most requests are completed in just two days or less. However, more complex requests can take longer.

How does the pause feature work?

We understand you may not have enough design work to fill up entire month. Perhaps you only have one or two design requests at the moment. That’s where pausing your subscription comes in handy.

Billing cycles are based on 31 day period. Let’s say you sign up and use the service for 21 days, and then decide to pause your subscription. This means that the billing cycle will be paused and you’ll have 10 days of service remaining to be used anytime in the future.

How do I request designs?

We offer a ton of flexibility in how you request designs. Some common ways clients request designs is directly via Google docs, Slack channel,  wireframes, or even recording a brief short video (for those who prefer not to write their briefs out). 

What if I don't like the design?

No worries! We’ll continue to revise the design until you’re 100% satisfied.

Is there any design work you don't cover?

Absolutely. We do not cover the following design work: 3D modeling, animated/motion graphics (GIFS, etc.), document design (medical forms, etc.), extensive infographics, complex packaging, and extensive print design (magazines, books, etc.).

What if I only have a single request?

That’s fine. You can pause your subscription when finished and return when you have additional design needs. There’s no need to let the remainder of your subscription go to waste.

Former Google, Apple & Fintech

Our team has worked for Google, Apple, JP. Morgan Chase, Visa/CyberSource, Beats by Dre, UPS Supply Chain Solutions, Acura/Honda, and several other Fortune 500 companies.

We bring 20+ years of industry expertise, best practices, speed,scaleable solutions, industry knowledge, and dedication to solve your business needs.

Agile / Lean / Hybrid

Different methodologies for different solutions.

Waterfall project methodology is a model in which every stage of a product’s life cycle takes place in sequence. The progress flows steadily downwards through these phases like a waterfall.

Agile software development methodology is the model that proposes a sequential, linear and iterative approach.

Lean Software Development (LSD) is an agile framework based on optimizing development time and resources, eliminating waste, and ultimately delivering only what the product needs. The Lean approach is also often referred to as the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) strategy, in which a team releases a bare-minimum version of its product to the market, learns from users what they like, don’t like and want to be added, and then iterates based on this feedback.


  • Streamlined approach allows more functionality to be delivered in less time
  • Eliminates unnecessary activity, and as a result can reduce costs
  • Empowers the development team to make decisions, which can also boost morale


  • Heavily depends on the team involved
  • Depends on strong documentation

We understand that timing is of the essence when it comes to meeting business needs. Alignment with market initiatives, product roll-outs, events, target dates, budgets,…and more. That is why we’re upfront about feasible dates and timing.

Collaboration across disciplines helps us achieve rapid workflow, client reviews, cross-platform deployments and positive outcomes.

Rapid prototyping

Our team often utilizes rapid prototyping solutions to premptively validate user experience. This also provides our clients with a high-fidelity solution prior to development sprints which often assist in internal stakeholder feedback. This also mitigates against potential overages because testing and approvals occur prior to full-fledged development and deployment.

Prototypes also enable brand alignment with other marketing vendors, advertising agency or product teams. This provides a detailed visual architecture for software developers to finalize deployment ready, clean code.

Are there any refunds if I don't like the service?

Due to the high quality nature of the work, there will be no refunds issued.