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10 Things to Keep In Mind when you`re Hunting For a Designer
By: Ovi Dogar
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    10 Things to Keep In Mind when you`re Hunting For a Designer

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    Yesterday, I was browsing through some online marketing forums.Iíve realized that many newcomers to the online business have no idea what are the things they should look for when they select their next designer.

    So, here are the top 10 criteria for a smooth and successful design project.

    1. Ask around
    Always ask you friends for recommendations. Chances are that someone that did a great job for your friends will do the same for you.

    2. Look for someone that has a big portfolio displayed on his site
    Many samples mean that the designer has many clients and a lot of work done in his past. Design is a continually learnable skill so the more you work, the better you are.

    This will lead us to the next criteria:

    3. Work experience
    Look for someone that has at least 5 years of experience in the field. Anything less and youíll have an amateur to deal with.

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