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WORKSHEET: 12 questions to ask web and print designers

Most web and print designers have copies of their previous work to show you

But, for a relationship to work in the long run, you have to probe beyond the portfolios and try to learn more about the designer's attitudes and styles.

Here are 12 questions to ask to get your designer to reveal more about themselves instead of focusing entirely on their previous work.

You can fill this form out online, if you're talking on the phone to a prospective designer, or print out copies and fill them out by hand immediately after you meet them in person.

Questions for print and web designers

What are some of the favorite projects you've worked on? What makes them special?
What do you look for in prospective clients?
How long have you been involved with web and/or print design?
How do you charge for your services? (hour, project, etc.)
How would you rate your fees relative to your competition?
How accurate are your initial estimates?
How many design alternatives will I be shown?
How long does it typically take to complete a project?
How much input will I have?
What else do I need to know about your fees and terms?
How much time will it take to complete my project after I approve your direction and ideas?
Do you have any questions to ask me?
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