HOW TO BOOST YOUR GRAPHIC DESIGN WORKFLOW

HOW TO BOOST YOUR GRAPHIC DESIGN WORKFLOW

Boost your graphic design workflow

Today I will be showing you how to boost your graphic design workflow with crucial graphic design tips. If you are wondering how to boost your graphic design workflow and really improve your work in general, these 3 tips will improve your projects and work life as a whole. The tips are not show conventional but that doesn’t mean that they are not important for being a professional designer with a healthy workflow.

Skip to 0:58 to bypass the intro and start off with communicational skills.
Skip to 2:11 for the section on setting deadlines and time management
Skip to 3:14 to see the 3rd section on knowing when to stop

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Welcome back to another graphic design tips video, It’s Tom here with Satori graphics. Today we are looking at 3 ways you can boost your graphic design workflow and improve your graphic design work in general.
We will be looking at:
Communication skills
Setting deadlines and time management
Knowing when to stop

I explain in moderate detail how these 3 topic points will help to boost and improve your graphic design workflow, and how to go about implementing them into your working life.

With over 8 years of actual hands on work experience within the design industry, I feel that these 3 tips on how to boost your graphic design workflow are crucial and should be taken into consideration.

You will notice that my tips on graphic design workflow are not necessarily technical in terms of using graphic design software or tools; they are more to do with how you conduct yourself from day to day and how you interact with your graphic design clients.

So let me know in the comments section below if you feel that these tips are useful and maybe if you already focus a lot on them in your graphic design workflow. Did you learn something today and will this tips video help to boost your very own graphic design workflow? Don’t forget to like comment and share this video and subscribe to keep updated to all of my graphic design videos.

Until next time design your future today, peace!

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3 replies
  1. logansto
    logansto says:

    Hey Satori, could you recreate this effect https://www.behance.net/gallery/37562317/Bloom I have looked everywhere and can not find out how this was made and it’s driving me crazy! I have tried everything from the blend tool to just trying to illustrate it out, and I can’t get it to look like this please put a tutorial out on it.
    Thank you

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  2. Mireille Massue
    Mireille Massue says:

    I love how the first part is about creating positive relationships. I also found that you sharing what you do and the mistakes you have made makes it personal and conversational …. well done

    Reply

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