Of what the client wants The starting point is to solve the problem of the (end) user, whatever the client wants. No matter how beautiful or how cool the design is, it is most important to empathize with the user and adjust the design accordingly. 10. Disregarding User Input Do you know your (end) user? Do you know what he/she needs? What helps is conducting (small-scale) research and testing the design. Get input from the end user to deliver the best possible result.
Missing an important pitfall in this top ten? Let us know in the comments! If you 'do anything with communication', you probably know them, the prejudices about the profession that you get thrown at you. Both at work and in private. People around you usually We provide high-quality Whatsapp list we have don't understand what communication actually means and often underestimate it. This occasionally leads to frustration. In this article I share the 6 prejudices that communication professionals are tired of. For the communication professional himself and to clear up misunderstandings. Last week we shared a post on LinkedIn and Facebook asking 'which prejudices irritate you most as a communication professional?' Soon a lot of (recognizable) reactions came in. This article has come about from your frustrations and my own experiences.