How To Take Criticism

Everyone is subject to criticism every now and then. Being in a field where so much is subject to the tastes and views of others, graphic designers need to have a thick skin.



I was recently featured in a community discussion on Outwit Trade, a site that features discussions and reviews on a variety of topics. This particular article, by Katie Holmes, posed a specific question about criticism: Many of us struggle to take legitimate criticism. For those who have learned to take criticism well, what primary piece of advice can you share for others?


I can tell you that I have a wealth of experience with giving and receiving criticisms about design work. I receive them daily from my clients and I've given plenty as a former adjunct instructor of graphic design.


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How do you deal with criticism? Have you dealt with any harsh critics that made you feel terrible? How did you overcome that feeling?


Leave a message in the comments and share your experience!


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