The planning stage is the first part of the print and digital layouts process. Do you need a simple one-sheet explaining a new product or service? Do you need an expansive gallery book to showcase your past projects? Do you need a catalog for your products? Once we answer these questions we need to take a look at what will need as far as assets to layout the piece. Do you need better photos? Do you need copy? Do you need additional brand assets? From here we will develop a plan of obtaining the assets we need to layout the piece.
The design stage is the second part of the print and digital layouts process. After the first round of the layout is done, we will send it to you for review. From this point, you will either accept, request revisions, or seek a completely different direction. Once you have decided on the version you want, we will proceed to finishing the layout.
The delivery stage is the third part of the print and digital layouts process. Depending on if you opt to use our printer or a printer of your choice, we will coordinate with them to make sure your piece comes out exactly as intended. If your piece is digital, such as an eBook, Ryan Allison Creative + Branding will be responsible for getting the eBook approved and published on the chosen virtual marketplace, such as Apple iBooks.