It’s so easy to let a project fall to the side for awhile. Procrastination happens, and life happens. Suddenly, you realize you absolutely need that brochure this week, or the sales team must have something to present tomorrow. You ask your marketing team: can I get that in two days?
Raleigh and Cary web design business owners are busy. We get it because we run a business, too. As much as we want to help you succeed, there are some things we cannot magically produce in a day or two. For example, not long ago, someone asked us to create a six-page brochure in two days. Even if we dropped every other project we are working on, we would have to put in two 10-hour work days (at least!) to make that happen. And that’s throwing it together, which doesn’t result in our best work.
We understand if something comes up last minute, and we’ll do our best, but here are some notes from your marketing team so we can deliver your project on time and with stunning results.
What Goes into a Project
Projects aren’t just us sitting down and doing. Here is what we “do all day” when working on your marketing efforts.
Common Project Timeframes
With that in mind, here are some loose project timelines to help you plan. These are not set in stone. In extremely urgent cases, we can sometimes produce decent work in a shorter time. Some projects also take far longer, depending on the back-and-forth between clients and us. But we hope this will get you started when thinking about your next marketing project.
We love collaborating with you to produce useful and effective marketing tools. Contact us to get started on your next project.
We don't make what we do complicated, we just do it ...
and do it well.
Being in the design business for over 30 years, we've used many kinds of software and hardware, from Microsoft Publisher to Indesign. The freeware NVU to Joomla. From the old typesetting machines to a full-blown four-color press. This isn't complicated. Just as a mechanic uses the basic tools with a few exceptions, so do we.