Three books offer clever ways to change the behavior of your in-house clients.
If your clients don't understand the value of good design, and would rather pine for something soft, gooey and fast, you owe it to yourself (and the potential client) to help change their perspective and value of design. Follow these three approaches.
It’s a classic catch-22: You’re given responsibility for a design project for a client, but no formal authority over the other players who will assist you in the assignment. How do you exert your influence in such a situation? Consider the following 5 tips