When seeking out a design firm to help with your business or project you should consider a few things:
1. What type of style does that designer have. While most designers are versatile, each designer has his or her own style that shows through in each piece designed. IsrylDesigns is a firm that loves to use color and is not afraid of taking risks.
2. Budget. What is your budget for the project and is it realistic. The economy is tough and marketing budgets have been cut. Small business depend on every penny that comes in. But when hiring a design/marketing firm, you get what you pay for. If your budget is small it may work better to break down your project in phases and complete them as you have budget.
3. Trust. Hire a designer that you can trust to give you the right direction for your business. What you want and what you need sometimes are two different things. IsrylDesigns likes to be honest with our clients about their projects and the options for development. Ultimately it is up to the client to sign off on the project, but if you trust the firm or designer that you have hired it makes the honesty much easier to give/take.
4. Timeline. When do you need your project complete? Allow yourself and the firm enough time to complete the project. For major projects like websites, give the firm at least 6 months before your target completion date.