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Apologies if this has been covered before.
In terms of client sign-off or approval does anybody have any wordings, forms or advice for making sure the client actually reads/proofs the items in question.
We have been burnt recently and had to cover half the cost of a reprint as there was no written communication of the clients responsibilities for double checking the items.
Thanks in advance
If its print - i print off the project (one sheet for every page) - with a sign off document on the reverse.
They've got to sign every sheet to ensure all content is correct - bit time consuming but the job gets done.
And on the same 'sign off' on the reverse theres a section of covering the events of amends after sign off - ie. charges and such such.
For final sign-off, depending on client and project scale, we supply a mock and then a print out of each page with a sign-off area in the slug.
Wording to the effect that any or all content/spelling errors are the client's responsibility after sign-off.