Avoid design burn-out by limiting client revisions
Beginning a new design project is always exhilarating. You’re energized and excited about working on the project and creating something effective and beautiful. But have you ever had a project that, by the end of it, you just “want to get it done”? You stop caring so much about the design because you’ve been forced to change it so many times since the original concept, you don’t even feel like it’s your work anymore?
I’ve been there.
This article will attempt to help you find the root of this design burn-out problem. Here’s a hint: maintain control of your project by limiting client revisions. Don’t get me wrong, revisions are important and, many times, necessary. But limiting the number of unnecessary revisions will help you have a more effective design process.
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