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4 Effective Ways To Win Customers With Content

4 Effective Ways To Win Customers With Content

Posted on July 31, 2017

Category: Business, Client's psychology, Design Tips, Marketing, Startups

Marketing is a battlefield. Marketing strategies, advertisements, and content get turned into a powerful weapon. If a company wins customers due to its effective marketing solutions, this company wins the whole battle. Yet, here comes a significant question: what to do in order to win your customers with such kinds of weapons?

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10 Effective Ways To Drive Your Designer Mad

10 Effective Ways To Drive Your Designer Mad

Posted on July 28, 2017

Category: Client's psychology, Infographics

Want to know how to drive your designer mad? DesignContest offers you a step-by-step guide in one infographic. Taking these 10 steps, you can be sure that you’ll even make your designer cry.

WARNING: these 10 steps are extremely dangerous. Don’t take them lest you want your designs to fail.

Share it with your friends and let everyone know what not to do!

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Reasons Your UX Design Fails In Your Client’s Eyes

Reasons Your UX Design Fails In Your Client’s Eyes

Posted on July 6, 2017

Category: Client's psychology

Despite the latest tendency when the border between UX and UI designers fades, so that one designer should combine both UX and UI design skills, nobody diminishes the importance of UX design itself. Which is why it is twice more painful and offensive for UX designers when their well-thought designs that respond to all the client’s demands turn to be completely opposite to what the client wanted. So, let’s figure out why UX design can fail in clients’ eyes and how to handle such situation.

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Fifty Shades Of Web Design Or How To Work With Problem Clients

Fifty Shades Of Web Design Or How To Work With Problem Clients

Posted on June 8, 2017

Category: Client's psychology, Web Design

WARNING: ANY REFERENCE TO LIVING PERSONS OR REAL EVENTS IS PURELY COINCIDENTAL

What is the most horrible story web designers share with each other? It’s like an urban legend that gets passed from one generation of designers to another. This terrifying story that always tickles your nerves is the one about a problem client. Every web design newbie has certainly heard plenty of scary stories from experienced web designers about clients who jarred on their nerves for being Messrs. I-Know-All. What’s more, every web design newbie thought it was simply a story to put them off; they always are idealists and think there are no problem clients, there are simply designers who cannot find a right approach to those clients. Newbies keep staying in that blissful ignorance till the time they face their first monster from web designers’ nightmares – a dreadful problem client in the flesh.

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