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Quality design on time: chromozoa's project work flow

 

1
You tell us about the project you'd like Chromozoa to quote you on, and due date when you will need final artwork delivered.
If you have a spec sheet or media kit from your job's printer or publication, please supply that to us as well.
2
Chromozoa will email an estimate of the predicted cost to you, and should include a time estimate
for when a first proof can be delivered to you for review.*
3
If you approve the estimate, you can notify Chromozoa via email and the project will move forward.
NO WORK CAN BEGIN UNTIL AN ESTIMATE IS APPROVED
4
The first proof (a PDF file) will be emailed to you, usually within 5 business days after approval is given.
5
You can detail your changes to the artwork by email or APPROVE the artwork by email.
6
If you have changes, a new proof and all subsequent proofs will be ready for you within 2 business days (unless otherwise noted).
If you approve the artwork, a final, print-ready PDF will be provided to you to submit to your printer/publisher.
Chromozoa will work with your printer, as needed, so that their technical needs for your project can be met.
7
On completion of the project, an invoice will be emailed to you, or it can be mailed to you on request.
Clients have a 30-day period from the date of the invoice to mail a check to Chromozoa for full payment.
Project is closed on receipt of payment.
For an inquiry or estimate, contact Robert Perry today.
robert@chromozoa.com


*In rare cases, an expedition fee of 75 percent of labor cost may be added when Chromozoa's work queue must be adjusted to accommodate a client's need for a speedy turn-around. Generally—and depending on the amount of work required on a project—this fee may apply in order to complete a job within a day or two, over a holiday, over a vacation or over a weekend. Its implementation is at the discretion of Robert Perry. However, this added fee will need to be agreed upon by the client before the final product can be delivered.

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