Accepting orders for Snapchat Filters and Digital invitations for now only Starting April, I will open shop for all kinds of orders.
Thank you! -Areli
Need a custom Snapchat Geofilter for you event?
I can help You!
Price is $20-$30, depending on location. Price includes Design and Snapchat fees, I will take care of submitting the design through Snapchat to make sure it's ready to be used by your guests the day of event.
These special filters are designed to work on ONE specific date, time, and location and will be available to EVERYONE at that specific location during the specified date and time.
PLEASE PURCHASE YOUR FILTER ATLEAST 1 WEEK PRIOR TO YOUR EVENT! This turnaround time is for designing and waiting for Snapchat to approve your design. #snapchatfilters#snapchatgeofilters#spaparty
#MarchMeetTheMaker Day 7: ROUTINE
[I'll level with you: I have no image for today. So have this freshly-picked meme instead!]
My daily routine is never the same two days running. I work a full-time job Monday to Friday from 9 to 5 (what a way to make a living), and Geofilters IOM has to fit in around that. Sometimes I can spend hours working on projects, and sometimes I just about have 5 minutes to fire off a few quick messages.
Most recently my 'routine' (or lack thereof) has been completely filled with the new product launch (get ready for a shamless PLUG!). THE ESSENTIAL COLLECTION is a collection of Snapchat filters that went live on the Facebook page last Sunday. (Facebook link the bio - check it out!)
I suppose the only thing that really has a routine is the life cycle of a filter. It starts with a quote to find out the estimated Snapchat fees, and once I get the go ahead it's on to the design work. We'll back and forth for a while until everything's settled and then it's back to Snapchat to re-quote those fees and make sure they haven't changed too much. Another pause for approval and then we're on to payment and uploading. All that's left after that is to sit back and let the filter fly (unless I've been asked for a stats report which isn't nearly as bad as it sounds).
Here is where the magic happens! This
is what my desk looks like when everything is tidy and in its proper place
(check out the second picture for how it normally looks when I’m actually
working – there’s a slight difference!) .
I would love to have a separate office
for my computer, but our house just isn’t big enough! So my office is at my
desk and my desk is in the lounge and I pretty much spend my life in my
computer chair (or my bed). .
There is the usual overflow of
notebooks which I’m pretty sure can be found at almost any creative workspace,
and the colourful drawers which go from ‘meticulously sorted’ to ‘downright
mess’ as you descend. I clean these out about once every few weks, and within
48 hours they’re right back to where I started. #HoarderProblems .
And then of course my mismatched monitors.
I’ve worked on 2 screens for over 5 years and I just can’t function with one
anymore! (I can’t believe I used to do design work on a laptop! One screen and
no mouse? No thank you!) .