Dramatically reduce your costs
How can you minimise design costs?
Marketing teams are finding that they are under-resourced and struggling to handle the number of design requests being created. Traditional instinct is to outsource design work or to focus on high priority requests. As a consequence, the likelihood is that low priority requests will arrive late, or not at all. The knock-on effect of working this way is that designs have a large cost associated with them. This reduces the number that is feasible and affordable to produce.
With budgets across charities tightening, it is more important than ever to find cost efficiencies to meet financial targets whilst accomplishing the same level of output. Taking the design of requests in-house is often not a realistic option for teams with a heavy workload.
The cost-effective way of resolving this is to provide staff, supporters, and volunteers with a way to create their own design. A DIY approach damages brand visibility and marketing have no oversight of the work produced. Therefore, designs must still reflect the charities personality, visual identity, and tone of voice.
With an Online Design Centre, charities can approve the available designs. It minimises DIY and the impact on the design team’s resource. As a result, this guarantees the designs are on-brand and reduces the need to outsource the job.
How we calculate your cost savings
How it works
We work with you to understand:
- The type and number of designs you create per month.
- The design time including brief, design, and amends.
Using that information we work out the same time taken with RightMarket.
This is a great indication of your charity’s potential savings. It’s a simple, digestible way to help you make an informed decision.
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Creative Manager, The Children’s Trust