Designs do not just sprout out of thin air
Looking at graphic designs, you may begin wondering how each is extremely different from another. You would not see deigns that look the same. There are also similarities, maybe in colors and in concepts, but that is where it ends.
If you have works that needed to be done, you would consider having more than one graphic designer to do it. This way, you are assuring yourself of an original piece of work.
If it is any consolation, there are a number of combination, design and color techniques that graphic designers can use to produce the quality design clients are looking for. No two designs are the same, can be quite similar but certainly not the same.
Ever wonder how these graphic designers come up with their ideas? Or better yet, are they willing to share the process of their work to the people? By giving people ideas on how they go about their designs, peoples’ questions and wonderings would definitely be solved.
For some who believes that these designers border from a magician to a superhuman, they would be devastated to know that the designers are just as human as all of them are. That the graphic designs are works created by people having more imagination than most people have. And that modern tools and equipments are now available for everything people can think of doing.
Graphic designers should take into consideration that designs would not be possible if it weren’t for the people who have thought of it and wanted it done. These are the clients asking for their services. It would not at all be asking too much for these same clients to be included in the process of graphic designs making. Giving them an idea is not exactly sharing trade or personal secrets.
Just enough to make them better understand that graphic designs do not just appear out of thin air. And that the ones who make them are not wizards. Experts, but not magicians.
Including clients into the design process would be giving them insight from the time the idea is being processed to the time it is under way. It would give them opportunity to give feedbacks and maybe suggestions on how to better create a product.
This can be a way of insuring that the product would be successful, with both the makers and the clients doing their part. Not all clients would like to be included in this process. These are the ones only after the results, not minding how it was done.
Getting the client involved in the making of graphic designs would surely be a way of dissolving any option of graphic designers as magicians. They just do their jobs well.
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About the Author: Florie Lyn Masarate got the flair for reading and writing when she got her first subscription of the school newsletter in kindergarten. She had her first article published on that same newsletter in the third grade.