How to Convince Your Client with Your Design?

We believe that convincing the client with the design is much harder than creating the design itself. So, here we will tackle some vital tips concerning the best way to make him say YES about the work you’ve done.

  1. From the beginning, you need to make the client believe in you and be confident that choosing you was the right choice. How to do this? Well, explaining and justifying your decisions is the best answer. So, make a good research before kicking off one more step in your project. Thus, you’d have enough facts that support your choices,
  2. Don’t exclude the client from the project. Get him involved in the process from the first stages and listen to his opinions. It doesn’t mean that you’re forced to apply his modifications, you can simply refuse them by offering alternatives,
  3. Get him to focus on his targeted audience and what would appeal to them. So, replace the “What do you think of this?” question with “Do you think that this would engage well with your audience?”,
  4. Be patient and don’t underestimate the clients’ hesitation as you have no idea what they’ve gone through to reach this stage.

you can see also How to keep a  customer happy

Conclusion:

Involve your clients in your work process, listen to their modifications, and appreciate their hesitation.

Convince Your Client

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