|With which type of client would you decline in working for?
I would never work for clients that haggle with price.
The one who doesn't agree to our initial terms and conditions.
a dictatorial one
ones that dont pay or want lots for small fees
Not sure, havent had the opportunity to turn one away yet, well, not on moral grounds anyway.
When the message is one I strongly disagree with (i.e. socially or politically).
Other then that: none.
Any evil corporate giants - most designers seem to seek these clients on the basis that 'I'm only doing my job, I'm not supporting this companies exploitation of workers or mass pollution', etc.
BUT YOU ARE SUPPORTING IT!!
Without the soulful, beautiful work of creative designers, these corporations would be stuck with their own dark, dull image - people would see their true colours.
I would not work for companies which have a philosophy(if any), take actions or sell products which are in conflict with my own moral and values such as e.g. firearm companies and cigarette companies.
I focus on working with companies which I can build up a long-lasting positive working relation with, and to which I can share a vision with.
Tobacco, weapons, industrial polluters
Retail...we have all been there what a bunch of *****
I'm getting more picky now - was concerned about payroll before too much.
One that has no idea what they want, but want me to come up with something in one try.
One which doesn’t like paying for for the work. Especially when they don’t like the image you used and send a link for a file in ‘google images’ which they want you to grab and use in a print job! Agghhhh!!!
Clients like cigarette companies, coal mining companies and any client that is damaging our environment.
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