It wasn’t fun to deal with in school. It’s completely unacceptable in a workplace. Dan and Jessica talk about bullying from clients in the workplace, and most importantly, how they deal with it when an issue arises.
What’s in a design process? Designers have all sorts of methods they prefer to work under. Jessica and Dan discuss how they approach their own work.
We’re aiming this one at our newbie listeners. Building your experience and portfolio is a tough task in today’s world. We put our spin on working for free, volunteering, and the best ways we like to see people build their portfolio without having to do spec work (aka: working for … There’s more…
What happens when your potential client puts you in project approval purgatory? It’s easy to move on from rejection or get our process started when it’s approved. On today’s show, we tackle what to do next when you’re stuck in the middle.
In today’s world, connectivity is becoming more important to people. But where do you draw the line when your client attempts to friend or follow your personal social media account? Is it acceptable to let it happen? Where do you draw the line?
Design isn’t about making things look pretty. On today’s show, we discuss how important it is to get content from your clients before you start your design process.
If you work for yourself, you may have run into the classic situation of a client being a bit slow (or not) paying their bills at all. Dan and Jessica tackle the topic of what to do when you need to encourage your client to pay up.
As your business grows, you might find that your rate needs to increase along with it. What’s the best way to talk to your clients about a new rate? Dan and Jessica break it down in this episode.
We made it to Episode 2! Today’s episode touches on a topic Dan went through: knowing when it’s time to pass on a client’s project. We talk about our experiences and how we were able to professionally move on from the work.
We introduce ourselves and the Graphic Designer Podcast. On our first episode, Jessica and Dan tackle what constitutes a client from hell. Does such a thing even exist?