Being Ethical

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Even if they don’t understand the details and technical aspects of what we do, we still need to treat clients ethically and with respect. Dan and Jessica dish out a couple of horror stories as both a client and a freelance designer who has to come in and pick up the pieces when an unethical company gets the boot.

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  • “Work on the Karma, and everything else will fall into place.”

    Well said and it goes with a lot of the mentality I’ve been getting from you two. No one wants to work with a creepy, greedy, corrupt, unethical person. On top of that, I’d say no one wants to work with someone who is always negative…someone who always poo-poo’s ideas or constantly looks at the hurdles instead of the opportunities.

    Just having a good attitude and treating people how you’d want to be treated can go along way.

    Thanks guys!

    • Dan

      That’s really all there is to it, in my experience. Clients these days don’t mind not knowing things, but they still appreciate it when you’re honest and transparent. And really, it isn’t *that* hard to do that.

      More and more people I know live and die by referrals and testimonials. There’s just no reason or excuse for bad behavior toward a client.