How it Works

Post projects for free. Clients choose their ideal designer, location, and how they want designers to contact them.

View the Post a Project walk through.

Nutshell:

  1. Submit your project.
  2. Review designer's.
  3. Accept the designer(s) quote.
  4. Choose the designer you like best.
  5. Get Started Now

A little more detail:
Submitting your project is easy, just give us a rough idea of what you are looking to achieve.  A DesignQuote customer service representative will review your project and help finalize any details if needed.  Our customer service representatives have backgrounds in design, programming & marketing and can help you fine tune your RFP.

If you are not sure about how to start describing your project, our automated web & logo calculators make it easy! 

Once you have posted your project it goes on the "DesignQuote Job Board" for all the designers to view.  Designer's pay for leads, making it 100% free for you to post. We do not give out your contact information, when designers express interest we will notify you via email.  Soon you will have several designers in your account to review.

Note: Be sure to add gethelp@designquote.net and support@designquote.net to your email's safe list.  Most communication is automated via email, it's important to be sure you are properly receiving emails from DesignQuote.

Review designer specs like websites, ratings & testimonials right from the DesignQuote dashboard before accepting a quote.
Note: Accepting a designer's quote does not mean you have hired them.  It simply means you are willing to hear from them.

After Your Project Is Posted

Once you have accepted quotes from multiple designers, we step out of the process.  We will however, check-in to be sure you have found a designer you are happy with.  We also request you update your account to notify us with which designer you have chosen.

It is not a requirement to notify rejected designers at the end of the process.  However, please keep in mind that designers do pay to use our service and letting them know you have chosen to move forward with a different designer is very much appreciated.

If you are ready to get started click here!