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Here are some handy forms to help you map out your new project
Always feel free to just e-mail us directly on any topic at: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Forms
"Quick" - The Short Form
Look at our list of common items we are asked to creative. Use the check-boxes to select the items that will make up your project, and click Send. We will get back to you within 24 hours to discuss your needs and how together we'll hit a home run!
"In-Between" - The Medium Form
This form has the check-boxes of the Quick form, but with some additional fields for you to enter further notes to share with us an idea on the direction you want to take your new project in. We'll review this information and get back to you on next steps.
"Detailed" - The Creative Brief
Find your favorite chair, take a few moments and clear your mind. The more you are able to envision what you want for your new digital project, the better you will be able to communicate your needs to us. The following form, formally called a 'creative brief', will help you capture and refine your ideas. The more questions you are able to answer, the further progress we can make on executing on your vision. Aside from your email address, all other fields are optional. Or feel free to just send us an email as well.
What's that you say, you don't build websites everyday? Worry not, we do :)
Here's some background info on some of the questions in the creative brief that you might not be familiar with. If you have any additional questions just let us know, we are here to help you.
Your company has a brand that is formulated based on the image you want to convey to your customers.
The process involved in creating a unique name and image for a product in the consumers' mind, mainly through advertising campaigns with a consistent theme, is the source of your branding. Branding aims to establish a significant and differentiated presence in the market that attracts and retains loyal customers.
This is a particular group of people, identified as the intended recipients of your overall marketing message.
Say your business is a yoga studio, then your target audience would be people that like to exercise. But to refine that even further, we would work to define if those people are more likely to be male or female. What is their typical age range? Where do they hangout online? We use questions like these to focus on where best to put your message online to achieve the best results.
Every letter you see on a computer screen (unless it is an image of a letter) is a font.
The style of the fonts conveys emotion. A traditional font, such as Times New Roman, can convey a variety of messages. Professional, conservative, measured. If your site is meant to be fun, we would likewise want to choose whimsical and light fonts to match. If you don't have any favorite fonts in mind don't worry, we can show you a variety of options or pick for you.