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7 Warning Signs of a Nightmare Client

July 13, 2010 • By

In the modern world of design and development, dealings with your clients are somewhat akin to romantic relationships. For one, both sides expect a certain level of standard and class from each other. Both are prepared to give, and both want to achieve something in that relationship. Second, just like when you’re on a date, your relationships with clients are governed by a set of largely unspoken rules, the strict adherence to which will define what the outcome of the date will be, and how long the relationship is going to last. And finally, for the union to be pleasant and lasting, the relationship needs to be more or less equal in terms of bargaining power.READ MORE


5 Stellar Ways Designers Can Gain Passive Income

May 12, 2010 • By

Not every designer is constantly working on a project or with a client, and when the downtime sets in and your bank account isn’t growing, there’s a variety of things you can do to “survive”, one of them being gaining passive income. If done right, you can be well on your way to making money on a continuous basis.READ MORE


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