Are you a client who works in the traditional space of expected marketing/design/advertising back-and-forth hoop jumping? Or don’t you?
It’s a fair question. Because I think big budgets are necessary if that’s the game being played. And that can be determined at the outset.
If you don’t operate that way, and it’s more of a team of talents, doing what they do, then there’s a break in the budget for that. If that’s how you roll, hands-off and no-nonsense, then awesome. Because let’s be honest, if this is going to be a grinding project like many, many things in design, marketing, and adverting then the budget needs to reflect that. But if we're going more outside of that and we’re operating like people with a common focus, the budget adjusts accordingly.
That’s how we’re able to work with a lot of nonprofits. They let us do what we do, and we can be more affordable. That’s what we like to call a win-win.