I think the most common mistake we see in many graphic design projects is to overlook the text in the design, especially if the graphic is designed for print.
I often hear people ask “How can I know if the design is on the right page?”
Well, the answer is to be mindful of the graphic.
We can’t always tell what is printed on the page without the design.
For example, when I was designing an invoice, I wanted to include a quote from the bill and the item description, but I didn’t have enough text.
If I had the text, I would have been able to see the printable version of the design from a different angle.
If you’re new to graphic design and need help with a project, I encourage you to visit my graphic design consulting page.
If your graphic design needs are more complicated, I can help you find an experienced graphic designer to help with your graphic.
If a design is difficult to understand, I might be able to help you figure out what is going on with the text and the image.
I can also help you determine the size of the illustration and the font size.
If the graphic requires multiple people to work on it, I will also need to work with a graphic designer.
If my graphic designer is new to the business and can help, I may be able also to provide guidance on what to look for in a logo or other design elements.
I also have a design consulting section where I can talk to freelance graphic designers.
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