What is a Quality Alignment Task (QAT)?
QAT is the first “test” task that new potential clients send to us to try out our service and assess the quality of our work.
This task is the main decision point for the clients to decide if they want to work with us or not.
If a client wants to work with us, this task serves as the first Inspiration material. And after a call with the client, we develop the Client´s Guidelines based on their feedback and preferences from this task.

How are QATs different from regular Visual Enhancement tasks?


QAT designers
This type of task is reserved only for selected QAT designers. To be a QAT designer you need to fulfill the following conditions:
be a designer of Level 4 or Level 5
have consistently good ratings
be known for good performance on regular tasks (no major consistency issues, content mistakes, etc..)
be able to design very creative and highly professional slides
be able to develop client's style and styling options while being provided only a limited amount of client´s inspiration materials and guidelines
be knowledgeable about work with templates and Slide master
being motivated to help us impress new clients even though it might include extra work (all work is paid of course but we might ask for additional options or changes to perfect the task as much as possible)

How to become a QAT designer?
Whenever our admins notice talented, hard-working designers they can select them as QAT designers. But if you think you have what it takes to be a QAT designer, please let us know by writing an email to info@knowmoreplatform.com. We will consider your request.

Why is the success of the QATs important for our designers?



To fully understand what working on QAT includes review this QAT guideline.
File explains in detail:
What is a Quality Alignment Task (QAT)?
Understanding the process of getting new clients
Why is the success of the QATs important for our designers?
How are QATs different from regular Visual Enhancement tasks?
How to prepare for QAT? - Simple checklist for a successful QAT
QAT Options Style Guideline

QAT guideline file
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