Official Scope Of Graphics Design Plans Print

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Know what kind of requests you can and can't send our way!

Graphic design is a wide open space. "DES" is one of many tools you can use to bring your creations to life.

The first question you should ask yourself is:

Can I reasonably explain or show what I want?

If the answer is yes, great! Let's continue.

If you feel like you need a phone call, meeting, advice or guidance on what to create for your business – "DES" may not be the best fit for you and your brand at this time.

 

Here's a list of graphic design requests we support with our "G Basic","G Plus" and "G Pro" plans:

  • Business Cards & Stationery
  • Ads Design
  • Brochure Design
  • Fashion Design
  • T-Shirts & Merchandise
  • Sticker & Label
  • Packaging Design
  • Cover Design
  • Pattern Design
  • Poster Design
  • Flyer Design
  • Signage Design
  • Infographic Design
  • Social Media Designs
  • Banner Design
  • Email Design
  • Icon Design
  • Catalog Design
  • Resume Design
  • Menu Design

"DES" does have its limitations.

We DO NOT support the following types of requests:

  • Video or Motion Graphics
  • Complex Animation
  • Photoshop art or complex photo manipulation
  • Digital Painting & Game Assets
  • PowerPoint / Keynote / Google Slides / Presentation Design 
  • 3D / CAD
  • HTML / CSS, Mobile or App Design
  • Coding, Programming, or Development
  • File formats outside of our Supported File Types
  • Content Writing or Manual Typing (eg: typing text from images, coming up with titles for your ads, doing research for your copy, etc)
  • Outside research (eg: looking up info about products, doing google searches, sourcing images from google, etc)
  • Generating or managing bar codes or QR codes
  • Inappropriate requests that are sexually explicit, defamatory, ethnically or racially offensive, or anything that is against DES’s core values

 

To see our most recent client work – visit our work sample page.​ You may also find that due to the scope and complexity we might be a better fit for some projects, and not others. Use your best judgement and COMMUNICATE with your designer.

They will work hard to get you what you need!​

Ready to meet your next creative? 

Click here to get started!

 

 

 


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