Website For Logo Design

by Ivaylo Stoyanov 2 replies
I have new website for Graphic and Logo Design I put a lot of effort and be happy if you put nice feedback in the page feedback of website:

My Website

#website design #design #logo #website
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  • 7 Steps to Better Website Feedback

    Most web designers and developers avoid getting feedback on their work because it can be time consuming, frustrating and even scary. But it doesn’t have to be that way. When done right, you can gather feedback that will inspire you, give you a fresh perspective and push your work to the next level.

    I want to share with you 7-step framework for getting better website feedback each and every time

    Step 1.Start Early

    Feedback should be part of your production plan from the moment you start working on a new website. The earlier you start asking for feedback, the easier it will be to make a change. Don’t wait until you’re emotionally invested in your design to start getting feedback. As soon you have a sketch or a wireframe, put it in front of other people and see what they think.

    Step 2.Be Open

    This goes back to emotional investment. If you,€™ve already made up your mind about a website, and theres no changing it, no matter what anyone says, then don,t waste your time (or theirs). Seek feedback only when you€™re going to pay attention to it. Don’t become so attached to a design or layout that you can,€™t hear the constructive ideas being offered by those around you.

    Step 3.Use The Right Tools

    People often avoid asking for feedback because of an unproductive past experience. Either the people asked didn,€™t respond, or there was no good way of collecting the feedback. Fortunately, there are a number of free tools out there that are designed specifically for gathering feedback in an organized and actionable way – no more patching together ideas from a long string of emails.
    Example of tools

    Step 5.Ask the Right Questions

    Make sure to clarify your objective. By providing direction ahead of time, you,€™re more likely to receive focused feedback that clearly addresses what you want to know. Instead of asking what do you think? ask €œwhat elements of this design catch your attention right away?€ or what confuses you most about this website? Also, try to keep it brief. Clear and concise directions generate specific and helpful feedback.

    Step 6.Make the Most of Criticism

    Whenever you,re faced with criticism, make sure to check your first reaction. Are you just snapping back because your design is personal? It takes a mature designer with the right attitude (see #1) to be able to take genuine, constructive criticism and learn from it. Criticism never feels good at first, but once you,re able to take a step back from your design and look at it objectively, you can usually find something helpful.

    Step 7.Repeat the Process

    Feedback is an ongoing process. Don,t just stop after the first draft, continue to get feedback as you revise and improve your design. The more you times you repeat the process, the easier it will be to get in to the habit of asking for feedback and the better your websites will be as a result.

    So whether you have an existing website, or a brand new concept, try using these 7 steps to uncover new ways to improve your work. If you have other ideas, resources or suggestions, please feel free to share them in the comments below.

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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    i suggest you should just get going with the promotion of the site and ask only your valid customers to do such for you and note, they are no under obligation to leave you a review once they pay you. You have to ask for it politely.

    Market your site and showcase samples of previous jobs and you will make great sales if you are truly a good designer.
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