Step 1 - The brief and Quote

I start by finding out a little about you, who you are, where you are and where you want to go. I like to hear your ideas and goals and, understand the background of your business, products and services and company ethos. But don't worry if you're not a company and just someone looking for a website to be built, artwork to be made or that photo to be re-touched White Studio can make it possible.

I will then generate a quote and draw up a contract for your approval. This lets you know what you are paying for and provides clients with the knowledge that no matter how long the project or the number of changes that are made the price will always remain the same. On occasions some projects may also require a deposit.

Step 2 - Prototypes

As soon as I have the brief, I can then begin work and research where necessary. I often start sketching rough ideas on paper, then transfer them to a computer into a format that is easy to view and evaluate.

As soon as these first concepts are complete, I will send them to you by email or upload them to a web viewing area where you can review them.

Step 3 - Review Prototypes

Once I have sent these initial concepts, I will discuss them with you to gain your views and listen to your feedback. Normally items such as colour or typography can be developed or refined which I can then amend as required.

This process of reviewing and developing will continue until you are happy with the design, no matter how many revisions are made. I want you to be completely satisfied with the work.

Step 4 - Implementation and Output

Once I have agreed the design with the client and it is signed off I will then implement it, send it to print, burn to a disc or launch it on the web. Payment is not requested until the end of the project and once payment is received you will then receive full copyright of the work.