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Signing off a design


TomStutt

Senior Member
#1
Hey all

Do you peeps do anything to get the clients to accept a piece of work?

Do you get them to sign off a proof?

And... If you do, what do I put on it to say they accept it?

Cheers all
 
#2
Usually and email of approval of the last attachment i sent them is all i need.
As long as i have documented proof of them agreeing to moving forwards.
 

Krey20

Senior Member
#4
Yup, I'm with Calvin on that. For most jobs an email will do, as long as you have evidence of approval.

For bigger jobs, or others that I fear there will be a quibble with I have used a proof slip in the past. Just a simple form that the customer signs to agree that the proof is good.
 

Greg

Active Member
#5
Same here, on most occasions an e-mail is enough, although for larger print jobs I would make a point of mentioning in the e-mail to check and double check the artwork, as after I've received confirmation to send to print, any liability for mistakes in the copy are with the client.