10 Crucial Mistakes That Lead to a Graphic Designer’s Failure

Kiran

Kiran is a creative writer, photographer and artist. Loves to explore nature and things beyond that. She started writing when she was just nine years old. A member of United Nations Society of Writers and Poets. Her work has been published for a magazine by United Nations Society of Writers and Poets as well as in Our Forgotten Graces in the year 1999. Its her dream to travel around the world and explore as many countries as she can!

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4 Responses

  1. Shona says:

    I’ve approached an organisation to do some volunteer work in graphic design, thanks for the tips

  2. Good advice. After 20+ years as a freelance graphic designer, I still have lots to learn. Number 10 is a good one. If you don’t believe in yourself, you won’t be able to sell yourself to others. Stand up for yourself, dig in and don’t let anyone talk you into selling yourself short. They came to you because they don’t know how to do it. Remember that. Don’t allow room for “negotiation”. Do you negotiate in a restaurant? At the movies? Buying clothes? Paying taxes? What gives anyone the right to negotiate YOUR rates?

    • Kiran says:

      That’s so true Fresno. When every other professional is given the right to demand a salary according to their skills, why not a graphic designer!

  3. Anilgajjar says:

    My wast experience is impotent our Audience Target because design by finally message given them, understanding them or use them….

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