When it comes to getting graphics design service, the regular thing that obtains is having to search for individuals who offer the service to help with your design needs, spending hours explaining what exactly you need and spending even more time going back on forth on corrections and adjustments after design has been done.
That tradition is gradually changing, as a lot of startups are making getting graphics design service very easy, and enabling people to simply place their requests online.
Designub is one startup making this happen. The Nigerian-owned platform is an online graphics shop that provides design services to individuals, businesses and corporate organisations.
Founded by Omole Oluseyi and launched on August 1st 2017, the platform offers free design templates and premium designs which are customized to the taste of customers and delivered within few hours after the order was made.
To make sure that customers get suitable plans for their businesses, Designub also offers a subscription-based model to enable businesses with high or low demand for graphic works select any plan that suit them most.
According to the founder, Designub has delivered services to more than a hundred clients within and outside Nigeria. “Our clients extends to businesses operating in Norway, Hong Kong and the United States.”
Apart from delivering its services to businesses and individuals, Designub is also a hub for creative designers. The platform enables skilled designers use the platform to advertise their works and make money by selling their design templates and showcasing their works. Through platform, these designers are also connected to customers seeking graphic design service.
Designub is not the first in the online graphics design space, but bringing in graphics designers on the platform is the innovative part that’s likely going to set it apart from the likes of Printivo & Printanything that have been in the business for quite a while. The only question is will Designub be in a competition with these graphic designers, offering design service or it’ll eventually metamorphose fully into a platform that connects creative designers to customers?