Working as a freelance designer and visualization artist was a huge decision for me. Or rather it was a very easy decision because I knew exactly the type of work I love doing and exactly what my interests and talents are. So it just made sense. However, as any small business owner knows, it’s a huge decision starting your new business that requires putting everything you've got into it.
With this in mind, I founded Space PlanIt to mainly focus on helping small interior design firms with their needs. Creating design visuals can be very time consuming and often very tedious, and many great designers just don’t have the time to spend creating beautiful visualizations of their projects to present to their clients. Designers have enough to think about and need to spend time reaching out to new clients, selecting materials and products, updating the seemingly endless social media platforms, and of course, working on the business admin stuff.
Hiring freelance is a great way to meet the needs of your design business. It allows per-project flexibility without the overhead and training involved in hiring new staff. Many junior designers have a great eye for design, but lack the software expertise to create great renderings and presentations. And it’s no wonder. Design software is complex, and even programs that tout how easy they are can be challenging once you really get under the hood. Heck, I do it full time and there’s still so much more to learn. Advanced 3D modeling, photorealistic rendering, and successful Photoshop post-production are skills that take time to master. It’s all very satisfying to me and I’m here to help your business get great results.
I can assist with any stage of your design process, from space planning, conceptual design, product and materials selection, mood boards, presentations, and of course, beautiful renderings of your finished layouts.
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