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Vente, Commercialisation. How to Sell Your Design Idea. Sometimes getting others to visualize your great idea is not so simple and takes some “selling” on your part. It may even take advance (or free) mock-up work to help some of the non-visual people in the room get on the same page with your idea. Here are a few things you can do to help you get your idea on the fast-track to approval and how to really sell your design concept.

Show, Rather Than Tell It is easy to talk about an idea, but design is a visual concept. It can also be tough to visualize someone else’s idea or concept. Do some work for the group before you present a new idea. Don’t, though, spend too much time on your “dummy” project. Know your audience. Proven Track Record One of the best ways to gain credibility and push new ideas is to prove yourself as a designer every day. There is no shame in showcasing some of your most successful projects when tackling a new task. Display confidence and loyalty. Recruit This network will help you sell your ideas as personal backers. Patience.

How to sell the value of design: An email conversation. Posted on 10'10 Feb Posted on February 10, 2010 along with 57 JUST™ Creative Comments As a designer it’s not always easy to stand up for yourself… clients often have demanding requests, tight budgets and due to one reason or another, designers will succumb to taking on labour heavy jobs at heavily discounted rates. This does not have to be. In this article I will show you how I personally ‘stand up’ for my rates and how I ‘sell’ the value of my design services, which in the end, means a better result for the client and a much more pleasant overall experience for the designer. Below you will find the original transcripts of a conversation between a recent client and myself. It’s also interesting (for me at least) to see how others run their business and seeing an email conversation between a client & designer is a rare insight. Client: Jacob,I hope you are well.

Designer: Jacob,I have no hesitation on working with you. Jacob,Thanks for speaking me about this. Client: (2 Hours Later) How to get clients to say yes to your designs. Posted on 18'08 Dec Posted on December 18, 2008 along with 44 JUST™ Creative Comments Paul Boag, a famous web designer and host of one of the coolest web design podcasts out there, Boagworld, did a great presentation on how to get clients to say yes to your designs at the 2008 Future of Web Design Conference. Paul talks about how to make clients understand what we do, while giving us some tips on how can we make them approve our work.

I highly recommend you to watch the video below, but for those who do not have 35 minutes spare, the video is summarised below. NB: In the video you can not see the slides on the projector but you can see the slides here. I suggest you have a look at the slides before watching the video. So, how do we get clients to say yes? Paul kept stressing that the designer’s relationship with clients is fundamentally flawed. We have to face the fact that a big part of our job is to nurture our client relationship. Change The Relationship: Be the expert Have a methodology. Communication. FailCon : Et si l’échec entrepreneurial devenait un tremplin ? Crédit : FailCon Rêver de créer son entreprise, se démener sur son projet… puis échouer.

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