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How To Design Effective Web Surveys

How To Design Effective Web Surveys

Posted on February 6, 2018

Category: Client's psychology, Tips, Web Design

Whenever you launch a new website or update an old one, you need to collect the feedbacks from your audience. The same is with your current clients and the level of their satisfaction. This is when such a common and yet useful tool as a web survey comes in handy. In order to make it even more efficient, except for the right questions, you also need to have a right web design of your questionnaire.

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Website Redesign: Saving User Engagement

Website Redesign: Saving User Engagement

Posted on September 19, 2017

Category: Client's psychology, Marketing, Mobile apps, Redesign, Web Design

I have a friend, Alex. He is a successful businessman who owns a couple of online marketplaces. It’s hard to find a person who will be as much a perfectionist as Alex is. He likes it when his workplace is perfectly clean; he gets irritated when his wife puts milk on a wrong shelf of the fridge; as I was saying, Alex loves it when things are in a flawless order. Which is why, when it came to redesigning one of his marketplace websites, Alex couldn’t sleep for a couple of nights. As it turned out later, in vain, for their new redesign sucked.

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Interview With Clients: DesignContest’s Other Side

Interview With Clients: DesignContest’s Other Side

Posted on September 11, 2017

Category: Branding, Client's psychology, Clients and Designers, Customer experience, Logo design, Web Design

“If I were you” – I bet you’ve heard this phrase more than once. It works in any situation for we can never stand in somebody’s shoes. Designers think that if they were clients they would provide the brief in a different way. Clients think that if they were designers… Well, what do clients really think?

Would you like to see DesignContest from the different angle? To give you this opportunity, we’ve decided to show you DesignContest platform with our clients’ eyes.

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Infographic: 10 Effective Ways To Drive Your Client Mad

Infographic: 10 Effective Ways To Drive Your Client Mad

Posted on September 6, 2017

Category: Client's psychology, Clients and Designers, Communication, Infographics

Here are 10 effective ways to drive your client mad. Try not to follow them if you don’t want to scare all your clients away. Share this creative infographic so that your friends will never make such mistakes in their communication with a client. Stay with DesignContest: we’ve got a lot of useful things to share with you.

infographic 10 effective ways to drive your client mad

Clients & Designers: How To Fall In Love With Each Other

Clients & Designers: How To Fall In Love With Each Other

Posted on August 7, 2017

Category: Chatting with designer, Client's psychology, Clients and Designers, Communication

What is the main difference between design and art? At the time when art asks questions, design offers solutions. Thus, a communication is crucial when it comes to designs. You cannot solve a task if you don’t clearly understand what it is about.

For freelance designers, this point is far more important than for in-house designers. If you are a freelance designer, you should combine both the features of a project manager and an executor. At first, when you’re not quite good at communicating with clients, you may think that people who surround you are complete idiots who don’t appreciate your divine gift. With some time passing by, you begin to realize that there are not so many inadequate clients; the existing ones could be easily detected with a help of a single conversation. Communication skills turn out to be vital for freelance designers because they help them to earn a sufficient income and get better projects.

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