|What is your favourite type of customer?
The kind that really respects informed design, trusts my judgement, and has truckloads of cash.
I love anyone who appreciates my work, in particular, the ones who are easygoing and trusting.
I don't really have a favourite type of customer, they're all my favourites! I love having a wide range of people to work with. It makes my work more interesting.
Wealthy people with impeccable taste! Seriously, I do travel photography and fine-art nature photography with an emphasis on BIG prints and panoramas. Customers tend to be travel editors / resort owners and high-end interior designers.
I am a writer AND photographer, so people who need both skills are my best customers.
Outgoing women who love their body regardless of their size. I believe a woman is sexy not by the way she looks but by the way she carriers herself. There is nothing sexier than a confident woman.
My favorite type of customer is the one that is open to something different and is involved and passionate about what we are designing.
those who knew what they want, allowing us to develop creative concepts and would think out of the box, and ready for some fresh ideas and visuals from us
One that is genuine and an excellent communicator. I have found the "classic" definition - one that simply says "go for it" and "you have no maximum budget," to be a bit anticlimactic. In my experience, they did not enjoy the journey of design.
Clients who trust me for my experience and creativity and are open to collaboration. It is nice when someone just lets me get on with it.
I like when a customer write me a personal note, and I respond with a personal note, and then we're friends. The people who follow my blog also become my customers, and they leave me the best feedback. I know exactly who I'm shopping for or designing for, because I can interact with them directly.
We love all of our lovely customers, but we especially appreciate those who come up with new ideas and present our products in ways we haven't thought about before. It's kind of like a creative community that generates a lot of positive outcomes.
those who pay
My favorite kind of customer gives Carte blanche, that usually is not the case though.
One who understands that design is not about decoration and beautification. The best clients see design thinking as a versatile tool that can help them solve their business problems in a variety of forms—how they interact with their audience, how they structure their business, how their products work, and yes, how their website or logo might look.
I am constantly looking for clients who understand that they are better off when they address their broad brand challenges holistically—and who trusts us to be a collaborative partner with them in tackling them.
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