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Old 11-02-2009, 03:21 PM   #10
Bo Aakerstrom
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Not wishing to rub salt in you wounds, but these issues you are dealing with are typical of taking on design work without having a proper brief. You need to cross the i's dot the t's and get it in writing before even starting to think about designing anything. Which is a hard thing to do if you are a creative type (I'm speaking from personal experience)!

If you can get the chamber members in on this do, as they are the ones who are going to have the plaques on their premises. Though remember if you want to get more work from the chamber you have got to keep them happy.

Sometimes the client is right even if they are wrong...

   
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