Are you thinking about how to fill the form to get the best output?
First, here are two ways you can submit a new request.
- Email your new request at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Use the request tool at Designster.
Here are some tips you can use to write a great request.
- Write a comprehensive description of the design you want.
- Select the photos you need.
- Upload the relevant assets.
Once you’re done, submit your request to Designster!
Check out the tips is detail here:
Tip 1: Design Description
Tip one is you’re going to be as descriptive as possible about your design. Tell the designer what you exactly need from him. Use the right words to paint him a picture of the design you need. A vague or unclear request is a turn off for a designer, which can be a setback for you too. It might push your designer into creating their own perception and make something you don’t like.
Additionally, you can provide copies to the designer. But make sure your copy is proofed because the designers only cut/paste the copy, and don’t modify it.
Bonus Tip: If you don’t include the copy in the request form, make sure to send an email in the Word or Google doc format. We don’t hate PDFS, it’s just that they can be very messy at times.
Tip 2: Select the Photos
Our photo database is powered by some very useful libraries, that allow you to pick the photos you want your designer to use. However, to use the Premium Stock your account needs a subscription add-on which won’t cost a lot.
If you’d prefer that the designer find the photos for you, that’s no problem either. Just tell your designer your requirement and they’ll search for you.
Tip 3: Upload Any Assets
Do you have any assets that are relevant to your request? Here’s where you can upload them for your designer to see!
Types of assets you can upload:
- Sketches and more
Designster also offers you an empty field where you can give notes regarding your assets that can help your designer.
After you’re done with your form, simply click ‘Confirm’ and we’ll take the request straight to your designer!