We want you to receive the very best value.
If you’ve been in business long enough, chances are you’ve heard a horror story about a project that took on a life of its own!
At Artemis, we want you to receive the very best value from our services. Here are some helpful tips that will contribute to a trouble-free project …
No such thing as TMI (Too Much Information)
Pass along as much detailed information during the project kickoff as possible. This helps establish expectations and objectives up front, helping to ensure you’ll be delighted with the results!
United we stand
Coming to us with unified, finalised objectives ensures we design to meet your entire team’s expectations. There’s less rework when we’re all on the same page and the objectives and scope of work are clearly defined.
How less becomes more
Consider budgeting more for the initial design exploration. The more time we have to develop concepts, the more satisfied you’ll be with the results, and there’ll be no need for multiple costly revisions later.
A picture’s worth …
High quality work requires high resolution images. Images embedded in Word, PowerPoint or Excel documents or images from websites are not reproduction quality. We will always be happy to help you with any questions you might have about file formats.
If you’re providing us with artwork that you would like revised, we’ll need layered or editable files. (JPEGs, PDFs or other types of flattened images may require re-creation of the artwork which can become costly.)
Time is precious in the hustle and bustle of business. Prompt decisions and responses can make all the difference in keeping on track with project timelines and budgets. It’s also extremely helpful to acknowledge when you’ve received something from us via email, even if you don’t have feedback right away …
Proofread, proofread, proofread!
While we always check for errors in spelling and grammar, nothing replaces your knowledge of your project. By carefully proofreading documents, you’re ensuring the content is complete and correct.
Final artwork should be, well … final. Making revisions after artwork goes into final production incurs unnecessary costs and jeopardises your timeline!
Of course, we’re always happy to assist with your queries, so don’t hesitate to contact us if you need guidance — it will be our pleasure to be of service!