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When did you realize that graphic design is all about tricking other people into thinking you're putting effort into your work while in reality without all the bullshit the actual work takes like 15 mins most of the time?
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A few weeks into my hobby work

It's a win-win situation though, often times I'd try to "be fair" and actually put time and effort into a few quality propositions, and then throw in a few last minute concepts I put literal seconds into, only for the client to love the no-effort ideas and BTFO all my hard work
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>and then throw in a few last minute concepts I put literal seconds into, only for the client to love the no-effort ideas and BTFO all my hard work

summarizes the majority of logo work I've done
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About the time when I realized in salaried full-time in-house positions, there is no reward for working harder. The harder you work, the more workload will be placed upon your department by naive higher-ups. You're not being paid any more, nor will you earn any significant raise.

You have to work smarter.
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>>352138
So much this.





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