How to Turn Customers’ Feedback Into Better Designs
I’m lucky enough to say that the total majority of my clients are such great, professional people, who give good feedback. When I receive comments that I don’t instantly agree with, I try to look at a bigger picture and better understand from where that feedback is coming from, so I can propose a better solution that will make both me and the client happy.
It is very important to always be aware that you are designing a product that will efficiently solve your client’s brief and help their business, not just something that's aesthetically pleasing and will get you attention on social media. I think, first step to successfully implementing client’s feedback into your design is not getting instantly irritated by it and never taking it too personally.
Focus on the fact that receiving reasonable feedback from clients or fellow creatives, gives you a different perspective on your work and helps you improve it.