You’ve found the perfect designer and you’ve signed the contract. You’ve made an important investment in your business.
Congratulations! … but now what?
Once you know what you need, find somebody who is a good fit for you, both personally and professionally. Consider both the designer’s visual style & strengths as well as their personality & communication style. You can find the world’s best designer, but if you don’t like working with them, it won’t be a pleasant experience for either of you.
You’ve been DIYing for your business for a long time … you’ve even gotten pretty good at it! You’ve designed all your own blog images and printed your business cards using a template you found online.
But now, you want something more customized and polished, to improve the quality of your visual materials.
You probably could teach yourself how to do it, but you have limited time and don’t want to spend it learning yet another software program.
After all, your time is better spent making money with your clients … or even better, relaxing with your family.
It’s time to hire a designer.
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