the order approval form is here!

Order Approval Form Because organization and protecting your studio are both extremely important, Design Aglow offers this gorgeous, easy to use order approval form for clients picking up image orders. The perfect final form in your studio workflow, this must-have document helps studios avoid a host of potential issues, ensuring every client approves their order before leaving the studio and assuring customer responsibility for any damages incurred after products leave the studio. This beautiful addition to your workflow process also protects your work from unlawful use by including a copyright reminder and that small prints are textured to protect from scanning.

• keeps your studio organized (and protected) • states order is inspected and approved • avoids a host of potential return/exchange issues • simplifies studio archive policy • states client assumes responsibility for any damages to products • mentions small prints are textured (to protect from scanning) • includes notice of copyright (also to protect from scanning) • perfect end to your studio workflow procedure • print in-studio or through carbonlessforms.com Click here to see it in the shop!


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