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10 Things to Keep In Mind when you`re Hunting For a Designer
By: Ovi Dogar
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    2005-07-14

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    4. See how the portfolio is designed
    This will tell if the designer takes pride in his work. A lousy presentation of otherwise awesome designs is a big no, no.

    5. Make sure that you like his style
    Nothing is worse than to work with someone that has different preferences compared to yours. Donít you trust me? Ignore this tip and youíll see for yourself.

    6. Ask for references
    Contact the designerís references. This is the best way to find out how well they handle the pressures of deadlines and how well they work independently or in a team environment.

    7. Make sure that his work is suitable with what you need
    Designing for web is different than designing for print. An awesome looking image on the computer screen might be a total failure when printed. Always ask the designer if he will be able to provide you with images suitable for what you need.

    8. Does he provide the images required for your design?
    Or do you have to purchase them separately? You might close a great first looking deal, only to find out later that you have to pay extra for the images used in the design. These can add pretty quickly to the expenses line.

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