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Client subscriber: “...”
Designcloud: “money, money, money...“
Client subscriber: “we just need a few new business cards for recent new joiners”
Designcloud: “Cool. Easy money”
Client subscriber: “we need a new logo.
We need this 120 page financial report designed and looking Uber professional.
We need some events materials, leaflets, backdrops, banners.
We need our website redesigning.
We need this PowerPoint designing for the board of directors, it’ll need approving by 12 senior executives.
We need a cool motion video that’s 4 minutes long.
I can supply our current logo (supplies it as a 50px x 50px jpg) and we use the type face ‘Arial’, can supply it if you don’t have it.
Designcloud: “We’re fucked”.
- "No extra charges for revisions".
- Projects look beginner level too
- I guess its just a retainer level business but on a small scale. Probably outsourcing to indians on fiverrshapesalad
- This company was built on that model
- Not unusual but most of the companies in the 'What our clients say seem interlinked'webazoot
it's prontaprint level design, but online
good luck to them
There seems to be a bunch of these types of on-demand design services popping up everywhere. I just don't get it the business model, how many ongoing design projects can a particular company support for a long period of time? Unless you are like a Comcast, Version or some sort of Fortune 500 company with a 24/7/265 need for design and advertisements?
Most of the work generated from these on-demand design company are subpar at best...who in their right mind would hire them? Here's a link to a start-up on-demand design shop located in my region that either calls or emails me at least once a week for their services: https://penji.co
Doomed unless there’s a hefty make-it-pop surcharge.
I recently read of a similar service posted by the guy who made it - he was clearing something ridiculous like $20k a month, all by himself.
I'll see if I can dig out the link.
(The work was fine - nothing spesh - generic site minimalism. I can see that if that if you were bound to that aesthetic, it might be 'easy' to start building up libraries of intercomposable elements etc, making it 'easy' to churn sites quite quickly)
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