Graphic Designer Tip – Dealing With Artwork Rejection

In this video I speak about something that every Graphic Artist goes through at some point in their journey which is dealing with rejection on artwork that you send for review. Every client and situation will be totally unique and it’s one of those things that you will learn from it’s experience.

The number 1 thing to make sure it to not take it personally. If the client is paying money for their work, then they want to see it done correctly. You may just want to get the project done and get paid, but that is not the right way of going about things. In the beginning of the project, you need to make sure that you have a design questionairre to really figure out what your client is looking for. The more you get out of your client at this point, the better off you will be in the end.

There have been many times that a client has rejected the art I have sent to them only to make some minor/major tweaks and in the end the logo looks so much better that I’m literally praising them for their good ideas. Remember, the better your work is, the better your portfolio will be and hopefully help you get more leeds.

Share an example below of how you got through this artwork rejection phase.