October 2008 Archives
As designers, we all work very hard every day at coming up with the best and most creative solutions for our clients. Sometimes, it takes a conscerted effort to get the juices flowing and develop original ideas. We do the research, work on the solutions for the project, and refine them down to the best of our ability to be presented to the client. What happens when a colleague, competitor, or someone else out there accuses you of copying or stealing their work?
All of us have values - and opinions - about various issues in life. This is all OK - it's what makes us who we are and is also one of convenants the Founding Fathers wished for us. Although personal beliefs are very important to us, what do we do when there is a conflict? Even more, what do we do when a client's project has a message that goes against our very core?
...to all of you Commenters on my blog posts. After all this time of feeling isolated and less-than because I supposedly wasn't receiving any comments, I found out that it was all my fault. What an idiot. After poking around and asking some questions, I found out how to get the 164 comments posted.
Thank you so much for your comments, and keep 'em coming!
Ever so humbly,