Want to get the design you want and lower your design costs? Then make sure you give your designer a detailed brief. Whether you’re working with a Graphic Designer on a new website, catalogue, logo or promotional flyers, it’s important to give them clear instructions of what you are looking for. If you’re not sure exactly what you want, don't panic, that's ok too. Start by sharing any general thoughts and ideas you may have and TPT can work with you to develop it into a brief. It also helps sharing designs that you have seen before that you have liked so TPT can get an idea of your taste and style.
Jump on Google, Pinterest or look in magazines, the more information you can provide, the better the end result will be!
The more time a designer spends offering options that aren’t what you envisaged is more money out of your business, so come prepared and you are sure to get something back that is what you imagined and in a quicker timeframe, which means.. less $!
Your brand image/identity is a reflection of your business but it also reflects on your designer too, so it is in our interests to make sure we put out the best design possible so we can all feel proud of what we have achieved working together. After all we are all happier when surrounded by beautiful things to look at! Unlike this picture below of me being eaten by my laptop! ;-)