Mirror Design was started by Michelle Hokanson in 2010.
Michelle has been working as a Graphic Designer for over 12 years. She has an Associates of Applied Science in Desktop Publishing & Web Design at Snow College and a Bachelors of Arts in Business Systems Technologies with a Minor in Visual Communications from Weber State University in Utah. She has worked for a variety of companies including Calendar Systems, Weber State University Student Government, S3 Entertainment, SA International, Ogden Blue, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, as well as many other companies as a freelance designer producing a variety of print and online media.
MORE ABOUT MICHELLE
Besides my passion for design I love doing anything in the outdoors— hiking, biking, rock climbing, canyoneering, and just enjoying nature. I love spending time with family and friends and especially traveling the world. I enjoy doing anything that stretches my creative muscles including practicing my newest passion––photography.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
For a full list of my services, please visit our Service pages. Here are some of the main areas:
This includes logo design for startups, brand refreshes, business cards, stationary design, and complete brand identity systems.
Professional layout of print marketing materials like brochures, proposal booklets, annual reports, sales sheets, etc.
I work with a network of printers to provide you with high-quality cost effective marketing and advertising materials.
Visit my Portfolio Page for examples of past work and inspiration for your project.
I'm passionate about helping your brand succeed and have the experience to make sure it happens. I’ve worked as an in-house designer for large and small companies, at a marketing and print company, and as a freelancer. The combined experience from these three areas gives me the ability to provide unique insights and a streamlined process that won’t be found elsewhere.
My offerings are also unique because of the combination of design, web, and printing. Most freelancers have no experience on the print and production end, after their designs are completed, which means you’ll have to work separately with a printer. The end result is often a disjointed look. I’m able to seamlessly take your branding and designs to a final finished piece for a cohesive result.
Yes! No project is too small or too large. Just because the project is small, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be designed to the highest standards.
Absolutely. In addition to working as a freelancer, I have years of print and production experience for large and small companies with all types of print materials. I work with a network of printers and suppliers to get you competitive prices and the best materials. Contact me for a complimentary quote on any print products.
In general, projects unfold in the following way:
1. Initial Meeting/Call
2. Quote/Proposal to Client
3. 50% Payment
4. Research, Brainstorming and Initial Concepts
5. Client Review
6. Revisions to Creative
7. Final Payment
8. Final Files Provided
Timing varies from project to project based on the scope of work and client needs. I will of course, always do my best to work within your schedule. Once we’ve agreed on a deadline I will work night and day to ensure that all work is completed on time.
I wish there was a quick answer for this, but every design project has its own variables that effect the price. I offer free, no-obligation quotes and pride myself on being transparent with pricing. All fees are discussed and agreed upon before starting a project, which eliminates any surprises.
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Here are a few of our long-term clients we have worked with over years.