FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What can you do for me and/or my business?
We create unique and engaging logos, print advertising, point-of-sale and packaging. We do this through strategy based design and research to maximize our clients profits. For a more detailed list of what we offer, please check out our About page.
How much do you charge for your services?
A great and fair question. Our price range is purely based on the job. We personally listen to the clients specific needs, then put together a proposal based on those very needs. The more information we have, the better. An open line of communication is essential in not only getting us started, but following through the process on time and efficiently.
How long will it take to finish my design?
This all depends on the project itself. For most designs we would request a lead-time of at least 2 weeks. This ensures that the appropriate amount of research and creative stock can be placed in your project. But if you’re asking a project be done with a shorter timeline, we can certainly handle that request.
What is the process?
Good question. It’s never the same, but tends to follow a similar path to this:
· Listen to the clients specific needs, and together develop a creative brief based on those needs.
· Submit a proposal built specifically for you
· Initial 1/3 Deposit
· Research and conceptualization, initial creative and presentation
· 1/3 Payment
· Final 1/3 Payment
· Continued Support
Does Fat Basset Design do all the work?
Yes, we do all the work which means when you hire Fat Basset Design, you work with us directly. We do not subcontract, unless specified.
How do you accept payments?
Again, this all depends on the project itself but generally request our payments in thirds, putting less strain on your wallet. The first 1/3 comes after you accept our proposal. We accept payments via QuickBooks, check, or cash. The next 1/3 comes after we move forward with a specific direction within the options provided. The final 1/3 is paid upon completion of the project, prior to releasing the final artwork.