Design Communication 101

Knowing what you want and communicating with your designer is key to any successful project. Your satisfaction with the results depends on  clearly defining objectives and expectations, just as you do with your own clients. Despite popular misconceptions, great design is not normally achieved in a flash of brilliance on the first concept your designer sends. The best designs involve a lot of trial and even more error. This process is often frustrating if you have not experienced it before. It is helpful to keep a few key ideas in mind to maintain open communication with your designer and expedite the entire process.

Know what your designer does

When choosing your designer be sure they are experienced in your type of design project. There is a big difference between designers who are able to produce online and for print. […]
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Design Communication 101 is a post from the law practice blog: Lawyerist

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