Hey Guys! I’ve been talking with designers recently about the workflow they use to get work done for clients. And one of them said that they limit the number of changes. For example, when you show the clients your first version, they would ask for a change. And after you do that change, you show them the new version of your design, and so on. But note that, according to this method, the designer would limit the number of revisions he/she can do for this client.
Although this idea seems valid, I’m not sure how that would help designers improve their reputation and get more clients. Let’s say for example a designer only do 2 rounds of revisions. After the last round, the client asked for another change, and the designer refused to do it. What would the client think of this designer then?
So my question is, is this a well-known, used method to deal with clients. And if so what’s the main advantage of using it (other than protecting the designer from doing endless work for the clients). Also, do I fully understand this idea or I’ve missed something there?