frequently asked questions

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What does "artisanal design" mean?

Glad you asked. Artesany comes from art and crafting. It is a synonym of things done with love and care. Rush is never the path for a job well done. When something is done with love and care, the results are always beautiful and lasting. This is what artisanal design means: designing with the same delicacy that a craftsman gives form to a piece. Attention to details, search for the best outcome. This mantra is a way of living; it is a demand to embrace handcrafted work over automatized items.

How much does a project cost?

Naturally, depends on what type of project we are talking about. Before we start, an extensive evaluation is made. Many times we think that we have certain needs when in the end our brand/company/project is yearning for an entirely different outcome. The first and most important thing is to locate what exactly our enterprise’s needs and then transform them into specific actions, timings, and budget.

I'm in a hurry. How long does a project take?

Aren’t we all? Time is always of the essence, and there is never enough of it. That is precisely why in Andesany we believe that dedicating the specific time to each process is crucial. When we rush things, mistakes are always (ALWAYS) made, and then modifications must be made. In the end, we rush a project we end up investing more time in solving mistakes made during the process than actually building the project.

I only want a little design project. Is it possible?

Of course! Even the smallest of project deserves a dedicated and delicate design. We’d love to hear from it; we are entirely sure that it is breathtaking. Just send us an e-mail and tell us everything about it.

Do you collaborate with other agencies/companies?

Why not? Some of our clients are actually agencies. Helping each other in the creative sector is what we should all do. Amazing things come out when we put our heads together. If you have a proposal, let’s hear it out. No doubt it will be absolutely fascinating.