Good Quick CHeap

I love this triangle, I don’t know what it’s called or who invented it, but it applies to any service that is commissioned and seems really apt when it comes to commercial art. Your client should really only ever have two of these, but not all three. So you can have work of great quality and fast, but it won’t be cheap etc etc.. Try it out.. It’s a good rule of thumb ‘terms & conditions’ to have stuck above your desk when negotiating the boring stuff – fees, schedule and contracts. So if your client is wanting the earth, yesterday for nothing you should email them this and say ‘pick the two you’d prefer but the third we negotiate’, and if they don’t fancy it they can always go for the alternative – Shit, slow and expensive. C’mon fair’s fair.

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