After years of freelancing, still, one of the most daunting feeling is waiting for a client’s response to your work. Will they like what you’ve come up with? Does it meet their expectations? What if you get a negative response?
“I don’t like this direction.”
“This is not what I had in mind.”
“Can we chat about this?”
No matter if you’re brand new to working with clients or you’ve been doing it for years, dealing with client feedback can be exhausting. In situations where the client requests revisions, you must tread lightly, because if you begin to bend backwards for them, you can easily lose control of the project.
So how do you handle situations where the client requests revisions? More importantly, is there a way you can prevent this from happening? The good news is – yes.
In the years I’ve been freelancing, I’ve experimented with many different techniques in how to handle countless client situations. I’m going to share with you everything I’ve been putting into practice that can result in less stressful situations for both you and the client. You’ll be able to work faster on projects you enjoy, keep control of your role as the designer, and you’ll have some very satisfied clients. [Read more…]