Eason Design Co.

Frequently Asked Questions



So What do you do exactly?

I’m a graphic designer that dabbles in photography and video in my spare time. I assist individuals and organizations with things like branding, web design, and marketing materials. If you have something creative there is a good chance I can help you - just drop me a line here.

Are you an Ad Agency?

Short answer, no. I do have a 8-5 job and I operate Eason Design Co. as a side-hustle until the time is right or I meet the right group of folks. If you are a creative in central Alabama let’s get in touch - there is strength in numbers.

What Tools do you use?

A simple pencil and tracing paper, to start. Beyond that, I'm proficient in Adobe Illustrator, Indesign, and Photoshop. I am comfortable with Final Cut Pro and Adobe After Effects to produce video files as well. I own a DSLR as well and enjoy photography as a small hobby so I can shoot content as well.

What Are Your Rates?

I don't like the term “rates” I prefer to handle your work as “projects.” I price projects that interest me on a case-by-case basis because, really, no two are the same. I want to work with you to define the project and create a scope of work that is appropriate, strategic, and above all else, fair. To find out how much your project will be click here.

Are you familiar with the Barter System?

Yes, I’m all for exchanging my services for goods. If you are a local taco shop in need of menus I’ll gladly trade design services for several months of free burritos. It never hurts to ask. If you are a non-profit looking to improve your marketing materials for the greater good of the community I’m glad to provide my services at a discounted rate.

What Are your DREAM projects?

Even more than a specific type of project, I want to work with people who are passionate about what they do, who provide a valuable service or product, and who do so with honesty, integrity, and feeling. A good sense of humor doesn't hurt either. I enjoy a vast amount of time outdoors so I’d love to do more work with the outdoor industry if the opportunity presents itself.