For graphic designers, clients are everything. And why shouldn’t they be? They are the chief source of revenue and income for designers.
But no graphic design is willing to sell his pride and prestige for any amount of money. Designers get paid to work on graphic design projects and not listen to demeaning comments from clients.
Although client criticism is part and parcel of the game, let us be clear on the two aspects of criticism.
The first aspect is the constructive criticism and the other is pessimistic criticism.
Constructive criticism is always helpful for graphic designers as they help them identify their loopholes and strengthen their areas of weakness. Sometimes clients criticize simply because they want the designer to work with optimum efficiency.
read the rest of the article from designtaxi.com