Questions answered: common concerns about the graphic design process
Q: How much will it cost for a new brochure, logo, book cover or website?
A: Every job is custom and we give free quotes or consultations. But for a general idea, click here. There are many options available.
Q: How do I pick the right graphic designer for logo or brochure designs, book covers or marketing material?
A: Ideally, interview three designers to get a feel for their design style and whether it is what you are looking for. Keep in mind that you get what you pay for, and if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Competition from the technologically-driven global economy means getting design work done for next to nothing. People in other countries, students or online budget shops might offer their services at rock-bottom prices. But there are drawbacks: communication may be difficult and they might not understand the ‘big picture’.
Graphic design is a process that evolves into a finished product. Find someone with whom you can work closely through this process, someone you can talk to who can help you work through your ideas. And get a great design that makes you proud!
Q: How does the design process work? How many logos, book covers or brochures do you design for me to choose from?
A: First, there is a free consultation and quote, usually done within a day. The job could start the same day or the next. In general, it takes about a week for a book cover design, logo design or book typesetting (up to 200 pages). This is a rough estimate; it varies depending on the size of the job and the number of revisions.
Q: How do I get inexpensive yet high quality graphic design?
A: We all want Bloomingdales high quality and service at Wal-Mart prices. Indigo Design is more a Trader Joe’s: a little exotic, tuned-in and cool, but budget-minded.
Indigo Design…creating your success!