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Design Days are great on their own or in addition to your other design services. I personally only offer Design Days and don't plan to change that anytime soon as it has been very profitable for my business.
They work great for projects that have a clear beginning, middle, and end. I don't recommend them for projects that require multiple team members or larger ecommerce websites.
The answer is... it depends! That's why we like to hop on a call with each client before we book the project.
From there we will decide whether the project will need more than one Design Day to be completed successfully.