Tired of getting asked for too many changes to your work?
We’ve all been there: that feeling of being caught in an endless cycle of revisions with a “nightmare client.” It happens to the best of us. But this isn’t a hopeless situation: with a few simple tweaks to your process, you can avoid the change-order spin cycle.
Sick of not feeling confident when you design for clients?
Showing your work for the first time to a new client can be nerve-wracking. Especially if you have missed the mark for past clients. Imagine what it would be like to know exactly what your clients wanted. How confident would you feel?
The problem lies in your creative process.
In order to produce predictably successful projects, you need to have a well-curated and repeatable process. And most likely, your process is missing something vital. A gap between the creative brief and the design work.
A collaborative creative process designed to get approvals fast.
Speak the same language. By translating words into images, you will get alignment with your clients before you ever design anything.
Lose the rapid heart rate and sweaty palms. Present ideas early and collaboratively to help “scaffold” clients to the end result.