Working with the Chrome47 process
STEP 1: RESEARCH & DISCOVERY
First of all, we have to get to know each other and discuss what you want your site, logo, or printed material to accomplish. We will sit down and talk in person, on the phone, or on a videoconference to review a thorough questionnaire that reveals what your business is about.
STEP 2: WIREFRAMES & COMPOSITES
Hundreds of research-driven sketches are boiled down to the ones with the most potential. There are usually about three viable concepts that will be roughed out as composite designs or wireframes to establish basic concepts. This is probably the longest stage of the process.
STEP 3: PRODUCE & REFINE THE DESIGN
Once the wireframe or composite concept is approved, the design is refined and fleshed out. This is where colors, photos, and fonts are finalized and tweaks are made. With solid communication, two to three rounds of revisions is usually sufficient.
STEP 4: DELIVER & FOLLOW-UP
Final files are sent upon receipt of final payment, thus closing the project. This may mean a file gets emailed, a website goes live, or art is sent to a printer. While the project may be complete, it’s good to follow up and make sure the end product works as advertised. Does the work communicate clearly? We all want to be proud of our work.
A NOTE ABOUT FEES
An initial 50% is required to start the project. The remainder is due within 30 days of completion of the project and receipt of final invoice. Final files will be remitted upon receipt of final payment. Necessary materials such as existing logos or photos, shall be sent at the same time as initial payment. There is a 3% interest charge per 14-day period on late invoices.
What Are You Creating?
“Brad is a typography wizard. When he makes me beautiful eBooks, social media graphics, and conference materials, he doesn’t do it halfway. He is the best.”Jeff Goins, Author
“One of the smartest decisions I ever made in my business was hiring Brad at Chrome47 to first redesign my podcast artwork and then conceptualize my virtual summit branding.
The entire event was incredibly well-received. I got dozens of compliments on how the event felt and looked.
He went above and beyond, was always on time, and made our 3,000-person event feel like a 300,000-person event! He’s that good.”Jeff Brown, creator of the Boss-Free Virtual Summit and the Read to Lead Podcast
“I’ve worked with Brad several times over the last couple of years and he is an excellent designer. He always seems to get the look I’m going for after just a conversation. Brad is always professional, meets my deadlines and gives me and my church a quality product. If you are looking for excellence, Brad is your man.”James Henley, Youth Minister