5 Neatly Effective Ways To Ruin Your Graphic Designer's Project
As a client, your opinion does matter. But it's when you get into personal preference where a project can go from enjoyable to painstaking. There are usually reasons that one colour has been chosen over another, that the text is a certain size, and that image placements are where they are. It's important that you're happy with something you've paid for or requested, but if the graphic designer just caves and plasters puppies all over your poster because that's what you really want, they aren't really doing their job, are they? Instead of asking your graphic designer to change something immediately, ask them why they've chosen to design it a specific way. It might help you understand their choices.