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Who We Are
Widgetworkz is a group of ambitious creative people living and working in Los Angeles, California. We are a company determined to make an effective impact, partnering with the world’s most ambitious brands to play an important role in growing their online presence.
That means creating more than just award-winning website designs – it means cultivating aesthetic environments that translate our client’s message across a multitude of device platforms, to ensure their brand’s success. It has to make sense. It has to work. For you, our client. For your brand. For your success.
Our design philosophy is simple; we create visually engaging web and multi-media marketing solutions that get our clients noticed. From websites to internet advertisements, our team of talented designers work tirelessly to create the key components that turn a good online campaign into a great one.
Reputation is everything to us. We have no sales people, so we live by our portfolio and the success our clients achieve. They are our best ambassadors. They are our friends.
Some of our happy clients
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Additional Services We Offer
The Creative Process
We have created this section to better help you understand our standard design process. This is simply an outline of how it is that we choose to work, but we are sure you will find this process may change for different with each individual project. If after reviewing this page, you find that you still have questions, we invite you to contact us via email at info@widgetworkz.com .
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The first phase of the design process marks the start of the project. The discovery phase begins with an initial “think tank” meeting, where I will ask a series of questions that will better help me define your desired needs and outcome of the piece I am designing. This phase is slightly different for a website design than a brochure or logo design, but remains the most important in the process. In this Phase we will identify the important components of the design… this includes: Market Research, Design Research, Information Gathering, and last but not least… Design Proof Submissions. Once the design aesthetics and direction has been established, we will then move on to Phases 2…
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The second phase of the design process is where I begin to take all of the information from Phase One and bring it to life. This is where fashion meets form, and I begin to supply my client with a series of proofs for their review and consideration throughout the entire design. If I was hired to build and design a website, the client is given a live URL link to the site design, that they are asked to visit daily so they can track the design progress. They are also asked to submit any changes while the site is being built, which helps me meet their deadline date. Keeping my clients involved throughout the design process does away with the shock factor that so many have experienced after being delivered a product that is far from their original vision.
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The Approval Process begins when the client has expressed that they are satisfied with the design of the project. It is now the client’s responsibility to review the design, one last time, in order to ensure that all of the information included int the design is correct, without any grammatical and/or spelling errors, which I am not responsible for. This step in the process is vital if the project is set to be professionally printed. There are several areas that require an approval to make further progress with your project. Each product category has different guidelines to determine what exactly an approval determines. I recommend that you take some time to get familiar with the approval guidelines that apply to your project by reviewing my Project Approval Guidelines.
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The final Phase of the Design Process is the Delivery Phase. This Phase varies depending on what type of project you have hired me to complete. The one thing that is a constant for any project completion, is that I must receive the balance of the contracted price before I release the files to you on disk, hand over the files to a printing establishment, or launch the website to your server. Unfortunately there are no exceptions to this rule. It used to be that I would extend special terms and payment arrangements to clients, that was until I learned a very costly and valuable lesson. I always remind my clients to review the Project Payment section of their contract for more information.
The Creative Process
We have created this section to better help you understand our standard design process. This is simply an outline of how it is that we choose to work, but we are sure you will find this process may change for different with each individual project. If after reviewing this page, you find that you still have questions, we invite you to contact us via email at info@widgetworkz.com .
discovery-new
The first phase of the design process marks the start of the project. The discovery phase begins with an initial “think tank” meeting, where I will ask a series of questions that will better help me define your desired needs and outcome of the piece I am designing. This phase is slightly different for a website design than a brochure or logo design, but remains the most important in the process. In this Phase we will identify the important components of the design… this includes: Market Research, Design Research, Information Gathering, and last but not least… Design Proof Submissions. Once the design aesthetics and direction has been established, we will then move on to Phases 2…
design1
The second phase of the design process is where I begin to take all of the information from Phase One and bring it to life. This is where fashion meets form, and I begin to supply my client with a series of proofs for their review and consideration throughout the entire design. If I was hired to build and design a website, the client is given a live URL link to the site design, that they are asked to visit daily so they can track the design progress. They are also asked to submit any changes while the site is being built, which helps me meet their deadline date. Keeping my clients involved throughout the design process does away with the shock factor that so many have experienced after being delivered a product that is far from their original vision.
approval1
The Approval Process begins when the client has expressed that they are satisfied with the design of the project. It is now the client’s responsibility to review the design, one last time, in order to ensure that all of the information included int the design is correct, without any grammatical and/or spelling errors, which I am not responsible for. This step in the process is vital if the project is set to be professionally printed. There are several areas that require an approval to make further progress with your project. Each product category has different guidelines to determine what exactly an approval determines. I recommend that you take some time to get familiar with the approval guidelines that apply to your project by reviewing my Project Approval Guidelines.
delivery1
The final Phase of the Design Process is the Delivery Phase. This Phase varies depending on what type of project you have hired me to complete. The one thing that is a constant for any project completion, is that I must receive the balance of the contracted price before I release the files to you on disk, hand over the files to a printing establishment, or launch the website to your server. Unfortunately there are no exceptions to this rule. It used to be that I would extend special terms and payment arrangements to clients, that was until I learned a very costly and valuable lesson. I always remind my clients to review the Project Payment section of their contract for more information.
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