Paperkite will meet with you to discuss your project and organizational goals as well as any details that pertain to the scope of the project. From this discussion you will receive a full proposal outlining all aspects of the project.
Paperkite will hold a meeting with all stakeholders to gather information and inspiration for the project. One week after this meeting you will receive a creative brief fully outlining the details of the project. The creative brief is the document that informs the creative direction and marketing strategy for the whole project.
3. CREATIVE DIRECTION
Paperkite will present the overall design direction for your project. At this stage, you will see the conversations we had come to life in color palettes, type styles, unique design elements, as well as outlines for telling your story, either in print or on the web.
Paperkite will respond to your team’s feedback and present additional rounds of design revisions, if necessary.
Once the design direction has been approved, the materials will then be fully designed and presented in entirety to the client for final review.
PRINT PROJECTS: Printing of materials typically occurs 2-3 weeks from approval of final design. Paperkite will oversee all aspects of print production to ensure quality.
WEB PROJECTS: Prior to launch, Paperkite will train all team members on updating and managing site’s content.
6. ON-GOING ENGAGEMENT
Be pro-active about your marketing efforts. Paperkite offers affordable site maintenance packages and retainers. When you budget time and money to work on your marketing materials, it keeps all stakeholders actively thinking about your organization.