Website Design Whangarei
Creative Design Experts - Website Experts
We have our inhouse creative designer see below some of her creative website designs
We have our own inhouse creative designer Adrianne, she is a young women with a passion she does not like to be hurried. Her results speak for themselves with eye catching colorful designs.
Our charge out rate for creative design is a very competitive $65.00 per hour.
What does a creative designer do?
Creative designers may specialize in artwork for websites or publications. Creative designers play a vital role in helping a company build a brand identity.
A creative designer works in the marketing field to create various materials to promote a company and its products. They usually do this by first designing the artwork using digital illustration software programs.
After creating the concept, they can proceed to create a prototype layout. If the prototype passes approval, then they can move on to create the final product. Creative designers can either work for an organisation or can be self-employed. Some of the responsibilities of a creative designer:
Create design concepts
Creative designers are responsible for the general idea or concept for a project. They create a layout that can include the primary digital illustrations. For initializing the prototype layout, they may collaborate with managers, other artists or designers Together, they evaluate the feasibility of an idea and finalize the crucial elements needed for the actual production of a design. They may also identify issues that can come up and suggest solutions during this process.
Work on prototype development
Once the design is approved, the next stage is production. In this stage, a prototype is created so that everyone can get a good idea about the final product and suggest changes. The creative designer may consult other teams to ensure that the project is created adhering to expectations and specifications.
Coordinate with different departments or vendors
After a prototype has been finalized, the final production can take place. For this, the creative designer may have to take the help of outside resources. If a creative designer is working on a brochure, then they may need to contact a printer to produce the final products. Likewise, a digital model may require the assistance of technicians or software engineering teams. The creative designer may be responsible for coordinating the work of all these professionals to create the final product.