Budget + Process

As a nonprofit or small business, extra funds are always tight–but that shouldn't stop you from having quality visual design or a nice website. Great design is in your budget.



Web Design + Branding

Web design and/or branding for nonprofits

If you are a new or established nonprofit and need help launching a new brand or new website–Melbee will you get a solid foundation of visual imagery and quality design. At an affordable price. All budgets may apply.


Small Business

Web Design + Branding

Small Business, entrepreneurs, & Community leaders

Invest in your customer experience and your brand. Melbee recognizes the importance of connecting with your audience, no matter how small your market is. Pricing options and payment plants are available.

What is it Like Working with You?

Please read my about page–it will give you some insight on me and who I am.

Besides the actual services you will gain a lot more that "just a logo" or "just a website". When you consult with me, I educate. I offer tips on brand management, how to move forward for the future, and often answer a lot of questions about trends and technology. I can also put you in touch with other professionals who can help in other areas like: marketing, videography, photography, or IT.

How Does This Work?

Step 1: Inquire

You can't receive until you ask. Click the button under your budget area and fill-out the form. I will be in touch within 1-2 business days.

step 2: let's talk

The next step is to start talking about your business and your project in more detail. I will also tell you more about me, how I work, and go over the general process of hiring me. I offer a free, no strings-attached phone consultation before we move on.

Step 3: We strike a deal

At this point, both parties will have their basic questions answered and are looking at getting serious about making a commitment. I encourage clients to meet with me face-to-face (if possible) at which point I will have a quote ready. I also use this time as a consultation where we can discuss deeper details and go over the project timeline.

This is a Big Step for Me–How Do I Know We're a Match?

The best way is to talk. While there may be some emailing back and forth at first; picking up the phone or scheduling a face-to-face is how I roll. I want to make sure we're a good fit just as much as you do. Here's a few things that are important to me:

  • Community

  • Transparency

  • Long-term relationships + client education

  • The Big Picture (& how your brand looks in the future)