1. Quality – Check out the quality of the designer’s website. Is it clean, concise, attractive?
2. Cost – Inexpensive does not deliver – cheap is exactly what the definition is – cheap.
3. Work directly with the designer. Working exclusively through email is never a good
idea. Make one on one contact via phone. When an agreement is reached, write down the specifics and verify.
4. Review some samples of their work; (most will exhibit a sample on their site).
5. Choose a responsible designer.
6. Provide some compromise. No two people think exactly alike. Allow for some of his/her creativity to come through.
7. Ask questions – have a list ready when you make contact.
8. Browse different designers. It is the same when choosing furniture; differences occur.
9. Make sure it fits your product. Don’t choose seascape motif if you live in Arizona.
10. Choose a web designer within your time zone. You want to be awake at the same time.
Remember, a good designer will assist you in all these areas. Choose wisely for a result oriented advantage.