Designers, we salute you. No one takes more client crap than you (except coders). Every day in office is an anger management exercise for you. Everyone knows Photoshop is just as easy as MS Word and all it takes is 2 clicks to create the next Mona Lisa. Not everyone can become a writer but everyone has an inborn desire to design, specially the clients. In times like these, we at Digital Synopsis see it as our duty to assist you in whatever way we can.
Which is why today’s infographic is all about what our dear clients really mean when providing their ever so valuable feedback. This cheat sheet keeps you one step ahead of the game, so you know what to do when the client wants a ‘classy’ or a ‘luxurious’ look. Thanks to the guys at Plato Web Design for this insightful graphic.
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