If you are going to use Social Media Marketing. I would recommend you create a Pinterest wall of your work and back link them to your site. Try that.
I would take the path of least resistance and use a tool like https://www.canva.com/ to get started. If you outgrow the capabilities of that service, then consider purchasing a more powerful app. All the best, -Shaun
First, get a sense for what kind of design you like by looking on Dribbble.com. If you have any more q's, feel free to call me here on Clarity.
Trust the opinion of the designer, don't make it a free for all of feedback from everyone and your mother. Thatis how bad logos happen. Work with them to decide the best one based on your business goals. They will appreciate you asking their professional opinion on the design.
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1. Quick & Easy Visual. 2. The buyer can visualize the final image of his/ her home faster when 3D interior design is used. 3. Image credits. 4. Cost Optimization. 5. Save energy & time. 6. Technical Clarity. 7. Holistic View.
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Sure this is easy. You'll require a massive amount of cash. If you have to ask "how much cash", then you won't explore AI. Once you've determined your AI tech, then you'll go through a multi-year process of Knowledge Acquisition, where you extract knowledge of your entire manual process from ev...
I think you asked a similar question already. My advice is the same: Use a service like https://www.canva.com/ If you find that it doesn't suit your needs, consider a more powerful application like the Adobe suite. Good luck, -Shaun
I heard of a startup that recently launched called http://sketchdeck.com that has become pretty popular for fundraising decks. Happy to do a dry run of your pitch with you in a call.