Sometimes you need a complete brand built from the ground up with thousands of assets. Other times it's just a digital file for a quick-turnaround project. The key is that every project is unique and should be treated as such. Once you have an objective, we can start working through how to execute it.My Work My Services
The processes and software involved may vary, but the output is always stunning — if it's visual, I've produced it.Explore My Work
My work as an instructor is very valuable to me, both quick tips and long-form lectures. I find personal growth both necessary and fascinating.Explore Instruction
Complex project? Take a look through some of the services I've provided to others to get an idea of some of the things we could make together.Explore Services
I'm a very analytical person who likes to get to the bottom of your need. The result? A design which doesn't just feel like a 'creative' solution, but rather a 'correct' solution.
I've worked with some of the largest companies in the world, and local mom-and-pop shops. I know agency pricing can have overhead. Working 1-on-1 allows for a big-budget result for a freelance price.
From start to finish, I'll execute your vision. Whether that's a file for a logo, video for YouTube, or a 40-ft acrylic sign — I'll get it made.
I've been doing this a while, for companies big and small — I've refined my process down to just the stuff that matters.
I'm Dan Meyer, a self-professed geek/nerd with a love of all things creative — especially if it involves a computer. If I'm not in front of a computer making up new creations, I'm probably doing home improvement projects with my wife Elise, or losing my 900th game of tag with our two boys Miles & Iver.Get In Touch
I tore out a ton of invasive raspberries and decided to put in a fence with some chicken wire on it to hold back the remaining vegetation. Took about 5 days total to tackle it all.
I finally finished up the patio area with some gravel lock, and also started the daunting task of taking on the invasive oriental bittersweet vine on my lot.
A very long and very nerdy breakdown of just why I think the final "layer" of the movie Inception is indeed reality. This is another super-old blog post that still gets traffic to this day so I'm republishing here for my fellow Nolan-heads. Especially since TENET is coming out soon, maybe Inception will get some more love retroactively.
This is a (very) old blog post that still gets traffic to this day so I'll republish it here. It's a seasoned Graphic Designer's take on the whole Mac vs. PC debate. My preference is very much for PC, and in this article I explain why in detail.