8 Ways To Drive A Graphic Designer Mad

# 5
When describing what you want in a design, make sure to use terms that
don’t really mean anything. Terms like ‘jazz it up a bit’ or ‘can you make it more webbish’.
‘I would like the design to be beautiful’ or ‘I prefer nice graphics,
graphics that, you know, when you look at them you go: Those are nice
graphics.’ are other options. Don’t feel bad about it, you’ve got the
right. In fact, it’s your duty because we all know that on fullmoons,
graphic designers shapeshift into werewolves.


Posted by Megan

0 thoughts on “8 Ways To Drive A Graphic Designer Mad

  1. Jeremy Mace

    My favorites are: "make it all flow" , "it needs to have energy" , "more iconic" , "jazz it up" , "more web 2.0-y" – and the best "can you make it bigger?"

    Ah, logo design – it would be great if it weren’t for the clients.

    Just kidding, the trick is to help educate them through the process. Help them understand and communicate effectively with us as designers. That is 50% of logo design.

    Thanks for the post…

  2. Haylee

    Give please. I write because I’m afraid to say some things out loud.
    I am from Greece and too bad know English, please tell me right I wrote the following sentence: "To be credited by cases that have state to facilitate or attend on plaintiffs in provider misassignments."

    Thank you very much :-D. Haylee.