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How much does a logo cost?

Logo and identity design costs range from about $1,000 to $3,500, but like anything custom made, the final cost depends on the project needs. If you're looking for assistance creating a business identity you can get the process started using my contact form.

How much does a website cost?

There is no set price for custom web development, mid-sized business websites start at around $6,000 whereas larger websites and web applications range anywhere from $10,000 to over $100,000.

To get a ballpark figure for your project, use our contact form giving us as much information as possible and we'll gladly get back to you as soon as possible.

How long will my project take?

All projects are given an estimated timeline once we have a good handle on the requirement. All timelines are estimates as it's very common for things to change and come up along the way. With that said, a small website might range anywhere from 1 to 3 months whereas a larger website or application might range anywhere from 6 to 18 months. Logo design projects can typically be completed within 2 to 6 weeks.

I have a website, can you help me with it?

Maybe, we make this judgment on a case-by-case basis. We feel we're most helpful when we can be part of a web project strategy from the beginning, but if you currently have a website and need help, contact us with some details about your needs and we'll be in touch.

Do you offer website maintenance?

Yes! When you want everything left up to the professionals we're happy to work with you to keep your website in tip-top shape.

Do you offer web hosting?

We are not a hosting company, however, we often bundle hosting with other services such as email, support, and back-up for our clients. This service is exclusive to clients we've built websites for.

How do I get people to my website?

This just might be the holy grail of questions. There simply is no one answer. We offer internet marketing and strategy, get in touch if you'd like to discuss.

Who creates the content for my website?

Content should be on the top of your priority list, it's the meat and potatoes of a design project. Your content is your message and your story. Content could be written copy, photos, and or video. How this content is obtained is an important question to ask, if you need consulting on this please contact us.

Do you offer printing services?

Sort of. I kicked off my career in the print industry and still help with clients today. I do not have a print shop, I collaborate with select print vendors to ensure design projects are reproduced as intended.

Where are you located?

I'm from upstate, NY. Vendors and sub-contractors are spread across the US in New York, Colorado, California, Deleware, and Oklahoma. Location has no bearing on where we work however, we've helped clients from Maine to Alaska and happy to work with companies located anywhere in US.

Do you offer photography services?

This may be negotiable based on certain circumstances, use my contact form and let me know what you have in mind.

What are your dogs names?

Marty Moose and Maggie Moose.

Dog Crazy = Do What You Love!

Being Dog Crazy means you're a bit wacky about your furry friends. Also though, you choose to live an adventurous life, whatever that may be, doing what you love with dogs at your side. Furthermore, Dog Crazy is a metaphor which means to be true to yourself and listen to your heart. To do the things you care deeply about and do them to the best of your ability. It might also mean your work/living spaces are covered in dog hair, but that doesn't bother you.

It’s the Dog Crazy philosophy that inspired me to venture out on my own over 15 years ago and still drives me today. MWH Design was born out of passion, a passion to create, to help other professionals promote their own passions, and to work with my four-legged friends at my side just about anywhere in the world—as long as there’s cell service and a solid wifi signal that is.

When I'm not helping others grow their businesses, you might find my dogs and I exploring nature with a camera. Wandering in the wild helps to recharge my batteries and inspire creativity.

Check out my Instagram for photos from our adventures.

A New Adventure - Over the past few years I have discovered other folks who share same the Dog Crazy philosophy through social media. This has opened my eyes to a whole new world which inspired a new passion project, in-part where I collaborate with captivating, Dog Crazy people, featuring online interviews and custom designed Dog Crazy Stickers by yours truly. Each Dog Crazy sticker collaboration has a unique design representing the individual or groups adventurous lifestyle. In addition to these collaborations, I also design and sell my own Dog Crazy stickers which as it turns out is an excellent creative exercise to help keep my design skills polished, not to mention a ton of fun to boot!

I'm excited about this new venture and I encourage you to check it out. Check out my Dog Crazy Sticker Shop.

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What's this Dog Crazy stuff all about? The obvious part, being Dog Crazy means you're a bit wacky about your furry friends. Also though, you choose to live an adventurous life, whatever that may be, doing what you love with dogs at your side.

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