Does good design sell itself?

 Oct 19, 2016

You may be a great designer, but if you can't confidently present your work to clients (and set expectations when they get impatient!) you risk losing business.

You want your prospects to have confidence in what you're going to deliver. When those prospects become paying clients, they've put their trust in you, and you need to carefully maintain that trust.

The articles below explore:

  • Ways to strengthen the trust between yourself and your clients
  • How to help your clients understand that design takes time
  • What not to do in a client presentation

For more information, take a look at New Horizons’ Relationship Management, Sales, and Communication courses.

 Jan 19, 2021

"Client relations" as a term always sounds a bit artificial to me. Let's call it "relationships with clients" — a small difference, but it'll make everything feel much more human. [...]

 Sept 26, 2020

With a haul of awards under his belt, including a prestigious D&AD Black Pencil, Johnson is a firm believer in taking time to get design right, and in placing as much value on strong content [...]

 Jun 31, 2020

Presenting to clients is a core design skill, but one of the last and toughest skills that a designer picks up. Mike Monteiro explains how you're doing it wrong. [...]

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