Hiring a professional designer for your project is a brilliant Idea. Obviously, because he has the skill and the expertise needed to carry out your project. But in some instances, your designer may not meet up to your expectation. If this is the case, what are you going to do?
In this article, we are going to be looking at an approach you could take when a designer is not able to meet up to your expectation.
You definitely will agree that prevention is better than cure. In that light, the best way prevents a situation like this from occurring in the first place is by carefully planning the details of your project. After planning, make sure you and your designer come to a conclusion. During your planning, it is wise you prepare for cases like this.
Terms of payment
Before you give your designer the go-ahead to start your project, it is wise that you make your terms of payment very clear. Paying on an hourly basis is not really a good idea because you are definitely going to have to pay your designer even if you don’t like the quality of his work. A better option will be to pay per project. What this means is that you are going to pay your designer only when he has completed your project. Of course, there should be a clause that he will do up to three revisions in the event that you don’t like the quality of his job. You and your designer need to come to terms on these matters before pressing on with your project.
If you don’t come to terms with your designer on certain issues, you are going to have to deal with a lot of unpleasant issues in the long run.
Feedback is a crucial part of any project. The feedback system is one of the most effective ways you can air your thoughts about your project. Your designer should give you an update each and every day so that you can easily telling him things that you want to change.
If you find out that your designer is not able to follow your instruction to the letter, it would be wise for you to end your contract with him and look for another one.