Blessed are those who read the T&C’s they agree to.
We understand ticking that ‘I have read and understood blah blah blah’ checkbox is that one acceptable lie.
We’ve ‘bled, drowned in sweat and cried’ to ensure our T&C’s are as exciting and easy to understand as humanly possible so pretty please ensure our sacrifice was worth it’s while.
thy love story.
Lo and behold, there’s a method to this madness.
In the name of process, and of business, and of design.
When our eyes first locked, we could already tell you not only have impeccable taste, but you're the brains & beauty complete package. That’s why you gave us not only your verbal but your written content to commence our [business] relationship together. Naturally, you also opted for best-valued service, our Full Start-Up Package.
The following unforgettable 120 minutes, while Eric Clapton's classic song 'Wonderful Tonight' played on loop softly in the background, we filled in forms and workbooks quantifying our future commitment together.
After meeting, we, unfortunately, had to part ways but unlike that person you met on Tinder who seemed so promising but is now ghosting you, we messaged you straight after with a brief transcript of our heartfelt conversation.
Thank you kindly again for reading every single word oh so carefully and for informing us of any changes before you folded, kissed and stored it under your pillow. That text you sent us that read ‘I do/approve’ surrounded by love heart emojis was pretty cute too.
We loved how excited you were a few days later when you saw an email come through from us with the first draft designs attached. However, we relished in how you understood that it's not all about looks. It took a lot of research, online stalking of your competition and stats -based/SWOT analysis, to create those designs that truly reflected you and connected with your audience.
A relationship like ours that lasted the test of time was so dependant on honesty, so it was great that you were so upfront about how you felt and what changes you would like to make to the designs.
We knew that compromise was also necessary, that's why we found a way to put all your suggestions into practice without violating too many design principles or printing and budget restrictions.
After a total of two back and forths, we both knew it was time to take this to the next step. You showed your appreciation that we had delivered everything stated in the initial agreement by paying the invoice in full and we released the rights of the design to you.
We publically posted about our relationship and moments we spent with Perth's upcoming millionaire on our gram. What's more official than that?
‘coz it’s sometimes all about those dolla dolla bills y’all.’
1. If you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail.
Take the time to read through our estimate/invoice and ensure everything is honky-dory.
2. We’re still amateur mind-readers. #womenwhostareatgoats
Telepathy is a difficult skill to master, so in the meantime, please verbalise everything about your business and your target audience. The more we know the better. 🎶
3. Sharing is caring but timing is golden.
If you are hiring or have an internal marketing manager, make sure you bring them on at before commencing the project. We think it’s essential to get multiple points of view and opinions from your neighbour and his dog, but the more changes you require, the more costly your project will become. If you’re confused on which direction to go - create an online poll or ask the designer. Believe it or not, they may know a thing or two about branding.
5. Limit the changes, be decisive.
The back and forth isn’t good for anyone unless you’re playing tennis. If you follow the above steps, we most likely will be able to produce a design for you that falls within the original guidelines. If you want to have full control over the project and direct us through every step, we suggest hiring us on a per hour basis. We can bring our bean bag to your office and work with you one-on-one to ensure you produce what you require as efficiently as possible.
you see the changes. you wake up in the morning and tell yourself:
"this life worth living, god, I love myself."
What do we define a change as, you may ask? Well, sh*t, we’ll tell you…
A change is any modification made to the initial drafts provided by Killer Aesthetic. To be only charged once, all modifications must be:
Listed in ONE email/message
Completed within 1 hour
Extra changes are charged at $30. Upon request, we can list all changes on your final invoice in case you need to a reminder on how we slaved ourselves creating perfection.
y u not stay?
we hate goodbyes, but sometimes life’s disappointing.
If you are not happy with the design produced for the very first feedback, you are not obliged to pay the full fee for the time taken to complete the initial plan and will only face a $50 cancellation fee. Once you request changes, we will charge at a per hour basis. If you do decide to terminate the project, the designs will remain the property of Killer Aesthetic so you can’t do the sneaky and get it done in India for half the price. We're onto you. We understand, funds can be tight, but living in Perth’s expensive for us too - so enquire about our payments plans and let’s make this a win-win situation for us all.
Pastoral level of Confidentiality.
Don’t worry, your secret is safe with us. Everyone that we told, swore that they wouldn't tell anyone.
Just joking - we take your privacy very seriously. We do like to brag about you through and post about you on our gram, so please inform the designer in writing before the project commences if any material or information provided is confidential.
last formal passage, and then we can have fun, I promise.
art in the eye of the beholder.
Graphic design, web design, photography and web design are all highly creative and subjective art forms. As such, we take every possible care with professional advice offered and any suggested creative concepts and/or their implementation, however, the KA cannot be held responsible for variations between expectation and outcome.
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