Good design is critical to make your content stand out and engage your audience. But too often, the steps between wanting something designed and actually getting a beautiful deliverable are pretty painful. Between tight timeframes, unclear directions, and unhelpful feedback, designers can have a hard time understanding — and delivering — what you want.
To get the best work out of your design team, you can’t just throw a piece of content at them and say, “Here, design this” — you have to build a working relationship that encourages them to produce their most creative, innovative work. Start with these six tips. (Click the image below to download.)
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