We work on a wide range of projects that typically include multiple deliverables such as brand strategy, visual identity, concepting, and web design and development. Often new companies come to us with a business idea for to launch and we bring it all to life creatively.
What is the range of prices for your services?
Worn’s average project size ranges from the mid five figures to around $300K. Our projects are customized to each client so costs per project vary. Our minimum project size is $30K.
Do you only work with women? Do you work with men?
The short answer is we work with both men and women. Worn’s mission is to help women in business succeed. We interpret our mission broadly to include a wide range of people and companies. For example, we work with female entrepreneurs launching or growing companies, we work with non-profits launching campaigns related to gender equality or women’s rights, and we work with female-led team (intrapreneurs) within larger companies on new brands or campaigns. We believe men are critical to women’s equality and success, and we often work with men launching companies with a female-focus or target customer or on advocacy projects related to gender equality. (See our campaign for Promundo.)
Do you work with startups?
We often work with startups that are self-funded or investor funded. We do not accept equity as payment for services.
I'm not at a place where I can afford your services yet, can you recommend someone else to help?
Absolutely. We wish we could work with every female-led company that needs help, but some companies just aren’t ready to take the step to work with Worn. In those cases, we recommend working with women working freelance in a wide variety of fields. You can look on the Creative Lady Directory for great talent. We also take on a very limited number of pro-bono projects per year with female founded companies with companies or organizations our team strongly believes in.
Do you have an internship program?
Yes, we do! Contact Liezel@worn.nyc for more information on internships.