The MabsArts Process

Hello and Welcome again! Today we will be discussing our customized process of creation for any project handled by MabsArts.

As you can see from the featured image above, the MabsArts process has three steps.

Step 1: The Sketch Session

The very first step on the MabsArts process, is getting everything down on paper. This process of creation allows us to delve deeply into our client’s needs and come up with several versions that could work best for the clients. We create several concepts for the client to choose from and we acquaint ourselves with the project. The perfect first step for any project in development.

Step 2: The Refine Stage

If the Sketch Session is the bread, then this is the meaty juicy bit of the sandwich. During this stage of the process we create a 8.5” x 11” refined digital version of whatever the client chose during the sketch session. This part shows the client’s vision in full digital detail. In cases like logo design and font design, this stage will also include variations in color of the design.

Step3: The Final Stage

In keeping with the sandwich metaphor, this step is the box that the sandwich comes in. During this stage we fix anything that might have gone wrong during the refine stage, and we also add the final touches to the design. We figure out size specs and adjust accordingly. At the end of this stage the client can expect high resolution vector images, ready to be printed, or displayed at any size on any device.

The MabsArts process is a specialized process of creation created during a 10 year experiment of art services client consumption. It is guaranteed to give you the best results for any of your project’s needs. It ensures timely delivery, and little to no revisions.

Try it out and let us know how it worked for you in the comment section below.

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