Contact Jessica Schanberg at: jessica@pixelpeony.com
“When you start with a portrait and search for a pure form, a clear volume, through successive eliminations, you arrive inevitably at the egg. Likewise, starting with the egg and following the same process in reverse, one finishes with the portrait.”
- Pablo Picasso
My Process

Communication

Before any design can begin, I have to get to know who you are and what your goals are. It doesn't matter if you sell plumbing, toothbrushes or circus elephants. Something must inspire you to do what you do and that “thing” will help me design something for you that is truly unique. Each job is different, so my rates vary depending on the scope of the task at hand.

Caffeine, Inspiration and Brainstorming

process Once I have the skeleton of what your project requires, it's time for caffeine and a pen and pencil. I don't usually get my best ideas by staring at my computer. I sketch and write and try to get to the heart of what will make your web site, logo or brochure, custom fit your needs. Ultimately, graphic design should look good, but it is also crucial that it functions well and that the end user is able to understand it.

Is it Done?

As the project nears completion you will be asked to make any final edits, or changes. I want my clients to be very happy with the end result.