01. BE UPFRONT ABOUT HOWMANY REVISIONS YOU WILL DO.
Your contract should state how many revisions you’ll do for your client. Otherwise,
some clients may expect unlimited revisions, which can take up more of your time than you originally anticipated.
02. LOOP YOUR CLIENT IN EVERY STAGE OF DESIGN PROCESS
If you want to reduce the number of revisions you’ll have to do, try to get the client’s vision right as soon as possible. While there’s no surefire way to do this with every client, you’re a lot more likely to get it done by keep your client updated at every step.
03. GET FEEDBACK FROM MORE THAN ONE PERSON.
In many cases,your client is not the only person making decisions at his or her company. he or she probably answers to several people ,and they have might to approve results before accepting project.so set up a google hangout meeting with the decision makers .
04. EDIT IN REAL TIME.
Collaborating closely from the beginning will help reduce the number of revisions you need to do, but even if you and your client were on the same page when you start the project, some revision requests will still come up as the design comes to life.
05. MAKE IT VISUAL.
When you’re making a design, using words to describe your ideas takes much longer than simply showing your client your vision. When you use a digital whiteboard like Google Jamboard, you can sketch out your ideas and let your client approve or modify when necessary.