Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the best method of contact?

    Emailing info@lorithedesigner.com is the best way to get in touch.  Please allow 24-48 hours for a response. Business hours are Monday-Friday, 9am to 6pm, EST.

  • What methods of payment do you accept?

    Cash (local clients only), Cash App, Venmo and PayPal. You do not need a PayPal account to pay via PayPal.

    PayPal

  • Do I have to put down a deposit?

    Yes. I do not start any project until a deposit has been made. Generally, a 50% deposit is required. Deposits of lesser quantities will be discussed when necessary. Invoices must be paid in full before ANY print order is printed. e.g. wedding invitations, business cards, postcards, stationery, T-shirts. If you prefer, you can pay for your service in full prior to the project’s completion. All deposits are nonrefundable unless stated otherwise.

  • How will I receive my design work once completed?

    A finished project is yours upon receipt of final payment. I will send your files to you via e-mail.  At your request, I will supply your files on a CD or flash drive for a small fee. If you ever lose your files, please contact me.

  • Who owns copyright of the design work e.g. logos?

    Copyright is yours upon receipt of final payment. However, Lori The Designer LLC reserves the right to use any work for promotional purposes.

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  • What if I need a design ASAP?

    Urgent design requests may be accommodated depending on how full my production schedule is. A rush fee will apply.

  • Can you proof read my design (e.g. poster, flyer)

    Unless stated in an agreement/contract, in which copywriting is included, proofreading, editing or developing wording are NOT the responsibility of Lori, The Designer.

  • What is the purpose of a proof?

    Proofs are sent for you to proof read and approve your print designs before they are sent to print. Your approval constitutes acceptance of full responsibility for errors, omissions, legal or ethical woes. Lori, The Designer is not responsible for grammatical, spelling or any error once you have approved a proof for your particular design.