As a graphic designer, I have a fresh take on revisions: I don’t like to limit the number of times a client can request an edit before finalizing a project because I feel that setting a fixed number puts pressure on everyone. I believe that simply doing a “reasonable” amount of changes is something both clients and I can get behind. Of course, we both have to agree on what is considered reasonable. If we go over 3 rounds of revisions while doing minor tweaks to finalize the design, that’s reasonable. If, after 3-4 rounds of changes, we are not getting any closer to a final design. Or if you suddenly decide you want to start over or want something completely different. That would be regarded as unreasonable and out of the scope of the project. Sounds pretty straightforward, right? I know it’s a little unconventional, but it’s one of the things that makes my services unique, and, quite frankly, my clients love it! Comment below with any questions!
Rounds of Revisions
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