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All our clients get to work with a senior director. There is a collective responsibility among team members to achieve the best results possible. Our track record shows that collaboration is the key to a successful project outcome.
We have a multilingual team of design professionals. Their aim is to edify the spirit of your brand with a healthy dose of problem-solving and their wealth of experience in delivery.
Stage one: Determines the brief and scope of work. The best starting point is a preliminary meeting, where we can establish the objectives and the parameters of the brief. For example, what is in scope and what is out of scope? The aim is to minimise any uncertainty. Once the creative criteria are established and thoughts from the brand owner's are understood, the design team can commence work.
Stage two: A period of idea generation, when we create the concept. All of the above informs on the next stage of Concept Design, where we create the look and feel based on brand values and an understanding of the competitive environment. We have regular work team meetings so that the creative momentum is given regular management checks and balance.
By the end of this stage, you will have at least one creative direction, as is your requirement, which will set forth the plan for the next stage of Concept Development.
Stage three: The concept ideas are developed in line with your feedback. During the Concept Development stage, we begin to apply detail and refinement to the concept. We will work closely with your management team to establish a list of priorities in order to, for example, procure items that may have long lead-in times.
Stage four: The detailed design and production information is produced in line with your cost structure. Taking the approved direction from stage three, we develop the Detail Design and present final design solutions for all aspects of the project. This is when we deliver the specification of products to be used during the implementation stage. We work closely with suppliers and contractors to make sure the project can be delivered in budget and on time.
Stage five: The project is implemented. Implementation follows stage four. This is where we can offer further input and provides an opportunity to review and refine the project. The outcome is to ensure the original objectives meet creative criteria and the production of the brand work.