13 comments

  • Ross NoverRoss Nover, almost 7 years ago

    But the bigger question, what assets are the standard to provide?

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    • Marc EdwardsMarc Edwards, almost 7 years ago

      Surely that varies wildly from project to project? For logos, I’ll typically deliver AI, PDF and PNG formats, in all logo variations required. It’s often quite a few files.

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      • Michael SaccaMichael Sacca, almost 7 years ago (edited almost 7 years ago )

        Out of curiosity - what is the reason for delivering a PDF version? That seems redundant to both the AI & PNG versions. Is this something your clients are requesting?

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        • Kirill ZakharovKirill Zakharov, almost 7 years ago

          Most people are able to open up PDFs without a problem (+ scalable).

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        • Marc EdwardsMarc Edwards, almost 7 years ago

          As Kirill said, it’s so they have a scalable file they can open. PNG and PDF seem to cover most scenarios. Clients usually don’t request specific file types, I just build them all so they have everything they need on hand.

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  • Mark BowleyMark Bowley, over 4 years ago

    I was wondering if anyone's still interested in a solution to this? I've co-built brandpage.net for my own use over the last two years, and we're just opening it up to users. It's designed for designers to deliver and manage brand ID assets and information, syncing with their Dropbox folders.

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  • Kiran MenonKiran Menon, almost 7 years ago

    We had the very same question and built www.tydy.it to answer it. Our customers even upload artwork and client receives a link over email that he can click and start adding feedback as annotations on top of the image itself. This helps when its a longer process and not just transfer of files.

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    • Michael Sacca, almost 7 years ago

      What files does it deliver for the final delivery? Is the client able to download the files directly from your dashboard? Are they stored indefinitely?

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  • Aaron WhiteAaron White, almost 7 years ago

    I put them in the Git repo

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  • Alex M.Alex M., almost 7 years ago

    Dropbox, Google Drive

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    • Michael Sacca, almost 7 years ago (edited almost 7 years ago )

      Do you keep a shared dropbox folder with each client past / present? Do you make yourself available for logo resizing / file formating post contract?

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