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He's the client. What he wants is final even after you've explained. You've done all you can do, now you need to follow his instructions or decline the work. While you always want to do "portfolio-worthy" work, your portfolio should never be a reason to tell a client "no". Your promotion is not the primary thing you should be worried about. You should be ...


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Here's ultimately what I ended up using. In addition to a contract with full terms and conditions, I now include a very simple, clear, page which lists "Dos" and "Don'ts". Basically, I broke things down into two areas: What you DO receive with this pricing: General items covering final file formats and delivery as specified in the client brief What ...


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I made a logo for my parents once. They hired a sign company to get a custom fabricated laser-cut metallic sign built. They spent a lot of money and were very proud of it and excited to show it to me in person. I showed up and looked at the sign and said "Umm...that's not your logo. They swapped out the typeface.". My parent's replied "Oh, they couldn't ...



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