On working progress and final work, a maximum time limit of 5 business days is given for changes and approval. If no response is given within the time from the correspondence, it will be treated as approved and will move forward. The client will incur any additional costs for work and production as appropriate for additional work performed outside the original creative brief.
50% down on the total costs will be required before any design work is performed. This includes but not limited to, research, visual design and development, etc. Upon final delivery of work outlined in the Creative Brief, the remaining balance will be delivered to the client. For projects that extend beyond the original scope of work, a progress invoice will be sent to the client before further work can be completed and delivered.
Creative briefs are given before the start of any project. It will outline the project (scope of work), time frame and deadlines, and any foreseen costs associated with the job within the scope of work.
You can pay your invoice by either check, money order and sent to the mailing address contained within your copy of the Creative Brief. You can also make payments via PayPal.
Edits & Revisions
Clients are entitled to 3 rounds of revision to any design. Additional rounds for revisions will incur additional costs. If revisions are outside the original scope of work, or, involve recreation or new conceptual work, will be considered a Redesign which is up to the discretion of the designer, and considered outside the original scope of work. A new Creative Brief will be compiled to reflect the changes and the client will be billed accordingly.
Sometimes things just don't work, and that's totally okay and understandable. Both the client and designer have the right to terminate the partnership. A 30-day notice is appreciated to cover the loose ends of the agreement and deliver work that has been payed for up to the date of the notice. If no notice is given, a remaining balance invoice for work performed will be delivered to the client.