*Or by project end, if sooner.
Your payment plan scheduled is outlined above and you will receive an invoice 3 days before each scheduled payment date. Please ensure that your payment is made on time to avoid project delays and late payment fees as outlined in our Agreement.
Design revisions aren't always necessary, but you do have two rounds of revisions, if needed, included in your project. If you will require more rounds than that, then we'll jump on a call to discuss the changes and an additional fee will be added to your final invoice.
Communication is incredibly important for our project to run smoothly and launch on time. If I don't hear from you for 7 consecutive days, I may freeze the project until further notice and a restart fee will be required to get us back on track.
Your Proposal lists everything we agreed to include in your project total. If you want to add more deliverables, I'd love to work with you on that for an additional fee. Please reach out to discuss the details so I can provide an estimate.
During our project, we'll use Asana to keep track of all our tasks and deadlines, and keep all communication in one place. This means that from now, we'll stop using emails to avoid long email threads and risk losing track of our deadlines, files and to-do's.
Asana is a free project management tool, so you don't need to pay for anything. You'll simply receive an invitation from me to join your project and you'll be all set!
Click on the video on the right to watch a quick tutorial on how to use Asana for our project. When presenting concepts or going through revisions, we may jump on a Zoom call to go through the presentation and questions live - I've found that this really helps the project to progress faster!
At different stages throughout the project, you will be asked to provide feedback on design concepts, colours, fonts, etc. Providing feedback can be hard, but it's important to make it constructive to ensure the project can move forward smoothly.
During our project, you might want to show what we’re working on to a friend to get their opinion. Sometimes this is ok, but be careful with how you do it. Make sure to show them the entire process so they can understand our strategy and not just base their opinions off of looks.
It can be easy to get caught up in personal preferences. With each step of our project, we want to make sure that we’re looking at concepts with your audience in mind, thinking about what they will be drawn to and appreciate. We are technically designing for them and that’s important to remember.
When giving feedback, it’s best to be as
specific as you possibly can. Sometimes
it can be hard to put your feelings about
a concept into words, but don’t worry. I’ll
help you out and ask targeted questions
that should make giving constructive
feedback a breeze.
For example, instead of saying "I don't like this color", try "I dont think this color will resonate with my audience because... Maybe a warmer color would be better."
Asana is the main tool we'll use for your project. This is where we will keep track of all conversations (no more emails!), tasks and deadline. You'll be able to get a clear overview of your project at any time within the app.Your Asana Project
Dubsado is my go-to client management system. This is where you will find all your invoices, contract and questionnaires you fill out during the project. Click on the button below to access your Client PortalYour Client Portal
I use Google Drive to store all my project files. At the end of the project, I'll send you a link to download your files and store them in a safe place as the link is only available for 30 days after project end.Google Drive Folder
Now that you have all the information you need about your project, it's time to complete your Brand Discovery Questionnaire. Click on the link below to fill it in, or head over to Asana to find the link there, along with a full overview of your project. Of course, if you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out!View Asana Project Complete Questionnaire