Web design is a new frontier in creative designing. It takes a special set of design skills to make an effective web site. A good web site is not just pretty to look at, or filled with a lot of cool Flash animations, it is also easily navigable, with well laid out elements that are not confusing to a person who will visit the site for the first time.
There are so many things that come into play in effective web design that for an aspiring web designer, but if there’s one skill that a web designer must really develop, and fast, is how to deal with customers, especially those that are notoriously difficult to work with. In this infographic from the online publication Top Web Design Schools, the business of dealing with difficult customers is given a tongue-in-cheek, but very informative treatment. Reading through the infographic will give you the necessary information that will help you deal with clients more effectively in the future. As they say, forewarned is forearmed. You can now go to a client meeting with the necessary tools that will help make these meetings more fruitful and definitely a lot painless.
From: Top Web Design Schools
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Originally posted on November 8, 2014 @ 3:35 pm