You tell us what you want, how much your budget is and when you expect to have the work delivered.
We give you possible recommendations based on your requirements and budget.
We send a quotation.
You accept/decline the quote.
we send you a non – complicated contract to your email
you respond to the email to give us a go ahead with the project. If you give us a go ahead, this will act as a form of confirmation that you have read the attached contract and that you agree to the terms & conditions laid down on the contract.
We email you an invoice.
You pay 50% deposit.
after the agreement, we will send an email requesting for all the content needed for your design work, website or any other project.
You compile all the content for the project, such as text, images, colours and any other content required to start the project. Then email us the document/s
We design the requested design work / home page concept to give you a feel of how the final product will look like. We then send it to your email for approval.
You write to us by responding to the email and let us know whether you approve the design or not. You also have the opportunity to request for changes.
If approval is not granted yet, this step will be repeated two times in order to reach a consensus.
Once we’ve received your approval on the design, we move on to implementation phase. This is where the approved design becomes concrete.
Provide us with additional information that could arise during the implementation.
This applies to web based projects only.
We test the site to ensure that every function works as intended.
You also test the site to ensure that it meets your specified requirements.
For website, we host and publish the website. For design work – we email you the final files in different formats – e.g. Images, print ready pdf file.
Website You confirm that indeed the website is accessible by the public, you can ask your family and friends to visit the site. Design work – you confirm receipt of the artwork files.
This is the last but not least phase; we call it: "it was nice doing business with you". We both shake hands and wait for the next project to kick off.