You cannot assume that your only job is to make your client happy. You also cannot disregard the opinions of your client. The ultimate goal for designers who want to build strong client relationships is to strike that delicate balance between the two.
Three recent college grads talk about life after college, interning in the agency world, and share some tips on transitioning into full time employment
No matter what you are selling, it’s important that certain information is collected and that the client leaves the first sales meeting feeling confident. You want them to feel that they are talking to the right person and that your company is both able and willing to support and guide them through the process.
Commonly viewed as a symptom of boredom or inattention, doodling actually has the power to affect how you process and retain information.
Employers are embracing employees as their primary marketers. Learn why this is a good thing for many companies.
With so much big data and analytics options, tracking digital marketing initiatives can be daunting. Use this scrappy tool set to identify which of your initiatives are working and which are just wasting your money.
For as long as there have been companies to rebrand, there have been designers to make snarky comments about their new identities. Designer hate has always been around to some degree, but not as it exists today. Why is everybody jumping on the designer hate bandwagon?
Over the years I’ve picked up on a lot things that I now stress to clients before their project starts. With these five things, I can guarantee any project will run smoothly, be more effective, and everyone will feel the project was a success and worth the investment.
Your website's navigation is a crucial piece of the user experience. When executed well it will help user engagement and result in a higher conversion rate. This article will give you general guidelines for structuring your navigation to work for your user's needs.
In the last several months, Facebook has been making small changes to their platform so quickly that it can be difficult to keep up. There have been few changes to the Facebook platform that we have found more annoying than the “20% rule.”