If you’re a designer, you’re no stranger to the stereotypical client commentary; “Can you make the logo bigger?” “We want it to POP!” and the like. We’re all familiar with the ridiculous and sometimes painful things clients say. But how often do we stop to think about the flip side of the coin?
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Make the logo bigger, a simple client request. But what's the motivation behind it? And why is it the chagrin of designers everywhere?
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