3-Phase Procedures Keep Projects Running Smoothly


Phase One:
Initial orientation to establish design criteria. Design is developed through preliminary roughs and mock-ups exploring possible design solutions. Review of preliminary art with the client establishes the design direction and determines further development. Refinements and/or modifications are discussed, evaluated and client approval are obtained.

Phase Two:
After agreement on the design direction, additional mock-ups are prepared adjusted and refined. Typography and illustrations, or other design elements are developed. Initial printing, manufacturing or programming costs are estimated based on the emergence of a design solution. Proofing and approvals are arranged with the client.

Phase Three:
With approval of final design in hand, final artwork is prepared. Any client requested modifications should be made prior to final production in order to prevent additional costs. Final electronic files, artwork, diagrams and color proofs, and print or web specifications are created upon client approval. Production supervision of printing, manufacturing, and programming is provided by Buttitta Design to ensure quality and timely delivery.