• Dirk HCM van BoxtelDirk HCM van Boxtel, over 7 years ago

    Yes I've had them. In hindsight, all of them were because of bad communication on my part.

    A decade in the industry teaches you a lot. One of those things is to treat design as your garden. And when someone is in your garden stomping through the roses, you tell them to stop, and explain to them that these roses are there because they look great next to your evergreens. That there's a purpose for this choice. And that deciding against it also affects what you do with the evergreens.

    Remind your client of budgets. Remind them of eyetracking research done into this particular issue. Remind them of how the navigation works because of its consistency.

    Anything, everything.

    Never assume you're 100% right, but never let someone tell you what to do without understanding it first.

    (If you are the kind of person that does blindly what you're being told, I've got some documents I'd love for you to sign.)

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