Request for Design Services (PSU Departments)
The Graphic Design Center at Portland State University is a student-run design studio at Portland State University in the beautiful city of Portland, Oregon.
Our services are available to PSU student organizations and departments, as well as the general public for all aspects of design work. We create promotional materials, ad campaigns, visual identities, and anything else you need.
Please use this form to request GDC design services! This is the first step in initiating your design project. After submitting the form, we will reach out and send you a quote. Estimates are based upon the typical amount of time needed to complete each project, and are therefore subject to change depending on your needs.
Note: If you are a Fee Funded Department please enter your request in the FFA Department form.
By-the-hour Projects: We can do lot of things for you! Unsure of what you want or don't know how to describe it? Be as detailed as you can when you fill out this form--we will help you decide once we have received it!
The current hourly rate for PSU Departments is $20/hour.
All-in-one Packages: Bundling assures a fixed price so you know exactly what you're paying! Printing not included.
- Visual Identity Package ($399): includes logo, letterhead, business card, signage, and one promotional piece. Good for newly established departments/branch of an existing department or departments/branch of an existing department that want to brand themselves.
- Event Promotion Package ($249): includes print (poster, flyer, postcard) and digital promotional materials (for website, Facebook profile picture, Facebook banner, Instagram picture, Snapchat filter). Good for promoting events put on by your department. This package assures the professionalism and consistency across all of your promo materials.
- Event Branding Package ($399): includes market research, concept development, and the Event Promotion Package. Good for large on-campus events; events that involve non-PSU guests; re-establishing the "brand" and "image" of an unsuccessful event you have had in the past.