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Obviously you’ll want to ask your designer about their overall process, and their pricing.
(No one forgets to ask about that. 😉)
But here are a few more questions you’ll want to make sure to ask:
Some designers will want to communicate via email, and some will want to keep in touch within a project management app, like Asana or Monday.
Some will want to hop on a Zoom call at every checkpoint, and some will require written feedback.
Some will check in weekly, some will check in every 2-3 weeks.
Get clear on your designer’s communication style now, so that you can make sure it fits with yours!
The answers you might get to this will run the gamut, too. But it’s important to know what the next steps will be, should the first draft of your design assets need some reworking for whatever reason.
It’s also important to know how many rounds of reworking are included in your package.
A well-organized designer should alert you if you’re nearing the limit of your allowed revisions, but you’ll still want to have a sense of that number for yourself.
Folks usually remember to ask about how long their project will take, but don’t always ask about when we could actually get started.
Some designers book weeks in advance, others book months in advance. So it’s important to get a sense of where your project could fall in your designer’s schedule, and how the timing suits your plan for launching your new brand or site.
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