Why choose Designity over an agency, freelancer or other marketplaces such as Upwork, Fivver, or 99Designs?
Designity is a community of U.S. based freelance designers which results in a much better collaboration and communication. Additionally, all the designers on Designity complete projects under our creative director supervision for quality assurance. We also offer fixed pricing for different design services and you only pay if you're 100% satisfied with the final result.
How many designers will I get to choose from?
We have more than 6,500 local vetted designers, all U.S. based. Based on your preference, we can select the right designer for you or you have the option to select your designer from our pool.
What does the creative director do for my project?
To make sure you get a quality design we assign a dedicated creative director to each project for quality assurance. The creative director schedule phone/video calls with you and your designer to discuss ideas and manage your entire project.
What will I get with my design?
You’ll get the original and editable file (for print and web, respectively). Plus, you’ll get the full legal copyright, so the design will be all yours.
What if I need more revisions?
We normally make the projects very clear from the beginning through our online project brief and initial conversations to reduce the number of revisions. However, if you need to have more revisions than your selected package you can just get our revision add-on (for additional $45 per round) and have another round of revisions.
Who owns what copyright ownership?
Simply, you own the copyright. During the design handover stage, the designer agrees to transfer the rights, and you become the owner of the copyright of your design.
Is there really a 100% money back guarantee?
Yes, we offer a 100% money-back guarantee if you're not happy with the process. You can also call us anytime to help you rewrite your brief, reopen your project to ensure you get a good result and help you pick a designer. Remember, if we refund your project, you aren’t legally entitled to use any of the designs submitted to your project.