Thanks for sending us your Website Planning information!
You will find the link to the next form in the latest email from the Studio regarding the order.
As we do not have a form to gather images from customers, now is a good time to give you some information on images…
We need you to collate and send over imagery in one go when you’re ready.
See our FAQs below to help you with this process!
When do SiteBites need all this?
We need any images you can provide before we proceed to begin Design & Build.
How do I send SiteBites my image library?
- Using a file transfer service, send them to [email protected]
- Include your order reference (ORDxxxx) in the file/message so we can identify your download when it comes in to us, or there may be a delay
From where can I get images?
Why should I pay for images?
Please click here to read our blog post on why you should buy your images from legitimate sources such as iStockphoto.com (and not use Google image search, for example)! We are not responsible for the legality of anything you supply us.
How do I get hold of stock images?
You can either:
- Acquire your stock images yourself (from anywhere, not just iStockphoto.com) and send them to us (see separate instructions).
- Or we can buy them for you. Just send us the ‘ID’ of the images you want to use and we can buy them for you and add the charge(s) to your final invoice.
(Note that we will only buy from istockphoto.com and we will charge £8+VAT per credit, which includes the credit cost to us + our handling & admin. costs.)
What images specifications do I need?
Here is some guidance on images:
- Send images over 1200 pixels in width, ideally over 1400 pixels in width
- The resolution and file size does not matter to us, we will compress large images
- For guidance, try to supply at least one landscape orientated image per section, if not per page
- Portrait images will mostly go into body content
- Remember that an image that works on desktops may not work as well on mobiles, try to bear this mind
- Try not to provide images which cut off the subject as these may not work on some devices