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Let’s start with the basics.

All we really need is a name and an email to get going. So let’s start there. Or go traditional and just email

hello@loveandmoney.agency
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Let’s get down to business.

If we’re going to help you communicate who you are, we need to get to know you pretty well.

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What do you need?

Got an idea of what you want? Start with a ballpark and we can go from there. Not sure? You’re not alone. More often than not, we find clients aren’t even sure of what they need before they start the process. That’s why we usually start with a workshop, then collaborate with you on your reverse brief and deliverables. Already have a brief? Upload what you’ve got. The more detail the better.

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What time suits you?

We know you’re busy, so when are you typically available? Give us some options, we’ll send you a calendar invite.

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Let’s start with a name.

It’s gonna be super weird if we don’t know what to call you.

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What do you do?

Find it hard to describe what you do to your mum? Us too.

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Show, don't just tell.

A picture’s worth a thousand words. A portfolio could be worth even more than that, especially if it gets you a job.

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Skills pay bills.

We primarily use Figma and Principle for all of our web design. We don’t use Adobe XD, and neither should you. We use HTML5/SCSS/ES6 JS as our base, React/Gatsby as our JS libraries, Wordpress/PHP/MySQL for when clients are living in the past, and Shopify™/Liquid™ for when we _hate_ ourselves but love money. You’re a professional, so we expect you know how to use these tools, or be willing and able to learn real quickly. Even if that means on your own time.

If you tell us you’re a “UX Designer” you need to first justify how that’s a thing.
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Flex Appeal.

What do you see as your real talents — what puts you head and shoulders above anyone else who’s applying for a role? Don’t tell us you “use insights to drive outcomes”, or that you like thinking about things or solving problems through design or whatever. Everyone says that.

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Wax philosophical.

What’s the difference between creating a brand and doing some really sexy graphic design? What does branding mean in the digital age? Is Instagram rotting our brains? What is “UX Design” anyway? Tabs or spaces? Is String Theory really just wishful thinking? Wow us with some armchair philosophy.

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Just Say Hello

Just want to say hello? Fill out this snazzy form, or just go traditional at

hello@loveandmoney.agency
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Message

Do you subscribe to the Copenhagen Interpretation of quantum physics, or are you on more of a Many Worlds type vibe? Is there a market for non-vegan fruit? Favourite Kardashian? Don’t be afraid to ask the big questions.