Types of Agreements

We provide our clients with adaptive services. We do everything we can to customize our agreements to fit budget constraints and provide flexibility on a month-to-month basis.

Common Agreement Types


Monthly Retainer Agreement

In this setup, we’ll agree to a scope of work on a month-to-month basis at a price that is fair for both of us. We will always send an invoice at the end of the month after we’ve made sure you’re 100% satisfied with the value we’ve generated for you. There is no long-term contract or subscription in this setup. Here we establish and agree on expectations. The key here is to establish trust with one another through transparent communications with the goal of creating a reliable long =-term relationship that we both are winning from.


Project Cost Agreement

Within our Free Digital Marketing & Brand Assessment we’ll provide you with a tiered list of project costs including a timeline, expectation and scope. For many businesses, we break that project cost up into the expected timeline. We try to remain adaptive to your needs, so you’re welcome to pay us how you prefer.

If we agree on the scope of a $3,000 website to be completed in 7 months, you’re welcome to pay us $429 per month, $1500 up front and $1500 after completion, or the full $3,000 upfront with a negotiated percentage discount based on the scope of the project and timeline.

NOTE: This pricing example is just an example and is not a default cost for our website designs.

Alternatively, we have specific projects that require half the cost up front, as there may be a larger upfront creative commitment. Examples of these include projects that require concepts before they’re able to be finalized, such as custom documents, business cards, logos, etc. 

Annual Contract

We can also provide you with an annual agreement that we both sign which sets boundaries on the scope of work we’re allowed to bill you for, as well as the annual budget cap we’re allowed to utilize throughout the year. This type of agreement works well if you’d like multiple departments to have access to the services we offer and the ability to reach out to us for advice on a routine basis.

Say you wanted to hire us as a contractor for $30,000 to provide your entire organization IT and digital marketing leadership instead of hiring a full time employee–we can in turn create a scope of responsibilities and a list of employees that are allowed to initiate requests with us. We’d bill you monthly and include a list of the value we created.

Some examples:

  • Custom document and graphic design services for both the Marketing and Fund Development departments of your nonprofit.
  • IT support training for all of your teachers at your Montessori School.
  • Web Development services for all departments so that each has an impact on what information is displayed on the website and how it’s displayed throughout the year.
  • Social media management and content creation services for all departments throughout the year. 
  • IT & digital marketing leadership & consulting task force services, if you’d like us to join weekly, bi-weekly, and/or monthly meetings to provide expertise and creativity on key agendas you’d like help with moving forward. 
  • IT, digital marketing, or communications project management services that involve organizing all departments around one priority agenda.