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FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions.
Do you need it tomorrow? We might be able to swing it, but that means other jobs get pushed back and we work into the nights… choose your Turnaround Time. It should be no surprise tight deadlines may end up costing you more.
Professional Email Address
Yes, you can connect your existing email account to your business Email.
Sending branded emails from a personalized email address, like email@example.com, lets people know who you are and builds credibility.
Yes. We offer many more design services from vehicle graphics to product packaging, so if it’s not listed and you are interested, request a quote! HERE
Things change, that is inevitable, but the more you know upfront the less revisions there will be.
Absolutely. Our goal is to please you. We can’t do that without your input. If there are other sites with a design style that you would like to emulate, we can do that. If you have a logo or brand collateral that you’d like us to work around, that’s no problem. We’ll be sure your design will be a consistent and integral part of your overall brand.
We shoot most of our images in Small Raw with certain situations where we move to Large Raw.
No. We take every measure to ensure consistent style and quality among our photographers. We have developed the unique style you see in our work over the years. Each shoot is reviewed to ensure our quality and style are consistent. All mistakes, no matter how minor, are scrutinized by the team. We trust that the quality and style of photography you receive will be consistent. However, we do tailor our shooting style and techniques to our client requests. For example, some clients may prefer a light and airy look while others may prefer dramatic lighting and shadows.
Yes, we have experience in many fields of photography. Feel free to Contact Us.
The logo designer should provide a variety of file types for your logo, including JPEG, PNG, vector, PDF, and EPS files that allow for use online and in print production on various dark or light backgrounds.
Logo designers often provide a comprehensive logo design package that includes a number of elements. This package can include the logo itself in various file formats that can be used across various channels and platforms. The package may also include business card and stationery designs featuring the logo. Finally, a design package could include logo versions that can be used on dark or light backgrounds as well as brand identity instructions that provide descriptions of how the logo should and should not be used.
Since tastes vary, logo designs that are attractive to one client might not appeal to another. What is important is that the logo samples offered by the designer appeal to you, the designer is easy to work with and provides pricing options that accommodate your budget, and you or your company owns the rights to the logo being created for you.
The main function of the logo is to act as a visual representation of the company’s brand that quickly conveys all of the qualities associated with its product or service across a variety of channels and platforms.
Organizations, and some individuals, benefit from using a logo because it represents the qualities associated with their brand. A logo is one of the most effective ways companies can convey all the merits and virtues related to its product or service and should be easily recognizable by its target audience across a variety of channels and platforms.
Anzeni Music license and production
Written by Composer 1, Composer 2
Under License from Anzeni Design.
Written by Composer 1, Composer 2
Courtesy of Anzeni Design.
You can submit music to us by uploading your bio, credit list, and audio highlights here.
We accept payments through M-Pesa and PayPal in multiple currencies. After contacting me, we will send you suggestions for the mix and some information about how to prepare your mix for mastering.
This is an optional step when contacting for a quote. Simply attach an mp3 or WAV file and we can offer mix suggestions before we take on the project. If you like the suggestions and the quote/timeframe we provide, then we can send you an invoice and begin work right away. If you change your mind, that’s okay! we want to make sure you are happy with every step of the process.
We aim for a turnaround of 5 working days. This ensures that we have enough time to give your music the full priority it deserves and that we can make any final adjustments after listening on many devices and in many environments.
We will make suggestions if we believe mix improvement could yield a better master.
After confirming the price of your project, we will create a personal project folder using dropbox or google drive. Here you can upload mixes and download your final masters. We typically ask for a WAV file of your mix with and without any master bus processing. Please leave at least 3dB of headroom (Peaking at -3dB or lower) and export at the highest quality possible. Do not up or down sample, if your project was recorded/produced at 44.1kHz / 48kHz / 96kHz then please send me it at the same settings.
Absolutely! We want you to be 100% satisfied with the results so we offer 3 revisions as standard.
We work with FL Studio. We can then apply carefully chosen effects, processing and tools to remedy any issues and enhance the impact and depth of your song. We are happy to share precisely what was done to your music during the mastering process – no secrets here, just good old-fashioned hard work.
We’ve seen those ads on the side of the road, too. Be wary of anyone who says they’ll build you a web site or sell you a cheap car. There’s a possibility they’ll take your money and run. What’s more likely is that they’ll take your money and then build your site with a template. They may have a lot of templates to choose from, but they’ll all be rather generic. They’ll ask you for five pages of text and then slap it into a template and that’s it. You can’t have custom graphic design; you can’t have any interactivity; your site won’t be optimized for search engines and it will be disappointment.
The short answer: Our prices depend on so many factors, it’s impossible to say in one sentence. Avoid any web developer who can answer this question without a long talk.
The long answer: To get a better idea of the cost of what you want to build, give us a quick phone call. We’ll ask you a few questions about the nature of the site, what sort of interactivity the site will have, your graphic design needs, etc. Then we’ll be able to give you a ballpark figure. If you’re still interested, we’ll come to your place of business and come up with a firm quote.
If you talk to a web developer who gives you an instant quote, run away! Imagine telling someone you want a car and having them immediately giving you a price for that car. Any fair and honest car salesperson would want to know the make, model and engine type of the car you’re looking to purchase, right? The same goes for building web sites. Depending on the features you want for your web site, the cost can be anywhere from a few thousand dollars to a few million.