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Outsource app reskining

Discussion in 'Mobile Marketing' started by kentmove13, Jun 1, 2015.

  1. kentmove13

    kentmove13 Newbie

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    Hi guys,

    I am a totally newbie and i dont to know when you hire someone to reskin your game:
    What is your budget?
    What will give him to reskin your game/app? (is it all the source code so he can test it or graphics and music/sounds)

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. greatops

    greatops Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    The "whole" zip that comes along with it. Surely you need to create extra graphics and assets for him .
     
  3. Raven13

    Raven13 Power Member

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    The budget depends on the type of reskin, it start from 50 usd to unlimited
    You give him only the photos files, nothing more. But the developer needs all the file to do the upload to the app store so you will need to give him everything, except if you do the upload to itunes connect by yourself.
     
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    Usually when I design a reskin for a client I only ask for the graphics, and prices can go from $50 to unlimited depending on what is needed.
     
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    Exact and specially the number of assets to reskin. A game with 10 images would cost cheaper than one with 1000 images. Logical!