• John Doe, over 4 years ago

    I thought about that before as well and reading it now in your words now makes sense. Being able to hear, interpret and balance opinions is, indeed, a great quality that a designer needs to be successful. However, that's part of dealing with a problem, which I don't know why's so common.

    Why aren't the designer's knowledge and experience more widely recognized? I've seen, on many occasions, clients arguing that a given design option is better than the one that the designer suggests, but they probably wouldn't question the authority of a doctor or a plumber, for instance.

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