DesignCast 55: When Good Designs Go Bad

By: Wes McDowell | February 9th, 2014 | 2 comments

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We’ve all been there. You design something awesome for a client, hand over the files, and then you see that it has been changed. Maybe a small tweak, or maybe it has been transformed into something unrecognizable. Something awful. Something, you no longer want your name on. In this episode, Mikelle recounts just this kind of story that happened to her recently. We discuss her options, and what she could, and should do about it.

We also answer two new listener questions that were sent to us via twitter, so they were short, sweet and to the point. If you have a short question that can be phrased in 140 characters or less, tweet it to us! Just use the hashtag #DGDC.

Has thins kind of thing happened to you? If so, how did you deal with it? Did you cut your losses and walk away, or do what you could to salvage the project even if it meant ruffling some feathers? Leave your experience in the comments section below!

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2 Responses to DesignCast 55: When Good Designs Go Bad

  1. Dorothy says:

    Enjoy the podcast; am recent listener and like what I hear. Also thanks for the Drew Struzan movie rec; great stuff!

  2. D Thomas says:

    Thanks for sharing this episode.
    Good job keep it up!

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