Case Study: E-Types Designer

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IntroductionThe e-Types designers have always considered themselves as the design revolutionaries. Butwith the recent orders, they have been receiving not so helpful guidance from some of ourconservative clients every now and then. Most of the time, the e-types designers are given workwhich is below their considered standard and is immensely boring. However, it is the prime dutyof the designers to satisfy the needs of the clients and customers thereby leading to a greatcontroversy in the organization (Siu, N.Y.M., 2016).DiscussionThe designers must consider the fact that the creative differences are not always bad. Thedesigners must be told that the creative differences might eventually lead to betterment of theproduct and the inputs by clients might be valuable. The designers must be motivated tounderstand the perspective of the client and in turn encourage them to present a better idea. Thedesigners must be provided with personal projects where they can use their creativity andinnovation to the fullest, but in case of the clients, there is a need for the designers to incorporatetheir ideas and views as well (Sharma, N., & Patterson, P. G., 1999). The designers will be givenspace for talking to the client and negotiate their perspective and views on the product, this wayboth the client and the designer can implement their ideas in the product. The likes and dislikesof the clients have to be respected.The thoughts and perspective of the clients have to be considered and incorporated in order toretain them. In order to make them reorder to e-Types, proper dealing with the clients is required.There is a need for the designers to listen to the client and make them feel appreciated. With anopen conversation between the designers and clients, a relationship will be formed and the clientwill feel appreciated. A direct communication with the client will make the client feel that the
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