A good contract helps to seal a commitment and ensures that neither the client nor the designer need to be too tense and cautious during the project. In the contract, include everything you agree to do (deliveries, values and deadlines) and everything you expect from the client for the progress of the project, so that both have everything clear from the beginning. Designers and clients: how to create healthy relationships? 16 A good contract is essential so that both the client and the designer do not become tense and cautious. In conclusion, with small actions you can speed up the process and get even better results. To know if you are being a good professional, think about the way you
would like to be treated by other service providers. Try to create an environment of trust and clarity of the role of each one and you will not have friction. Remember that the relationship between designer and client is not a competition, but a Jewelry Photo Editing Service partnership (and possibly even a friendship!). Article written by Amanda Louisi ( @amandalouisi ), a designer specializing in brand identity and logos. Since 2008, she has collaborated with clients such as Itaú Unibanco, independent creatives, and agencies such as Interbrand and FutureBrand. In addition, she was the organizer of 4 editions of Behance Portfolio Reviews in São Paulo.
She currently works directly with independent and self-employed professionals with the purpose of promoting her projects and businesses through design. She will soon launch her online course on Domestika. Be sure to visit the Freelance section of our blog with related articles on this topic and also keep an eye on the Design section to learn more about this creative area. Illustrations by @maja_dabek. You may also like: - 6 digital marketing trends in 2022 - 5 tips to take care of your mental health on the Internet in 2022 - 10 tips to improve your creative routine in 2022 - 7 free tutorials that will help you reinvent your creative career - Freelance: keys and tools to succeed being your own boss, a course by Martina Flor, Designer and lyricist