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This is an excerpt from a book written to help clients of digital design services be better clients.

It immediately caught my attention. Anyone relate to this?

No client assumes they know anything about web design until they’re looking at a mockup they’ve paid for…

Or how about this bit of wisdom a bit further in?

Oh, and also always ask your web designer to make the logo bigger—we love that. Just think about how many times you used someone else’s website and thought “I’d buy something here, but only if the logo was 10% larger.”

This is some great advice for clients about how to focus on the GOAL of the site, not solely on their own personal aesthetic opinion.

Check it out:

https://medium.com/i-dont-know-a-thing/

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