More Clients From HellA client that I did a lot of work for on a much-reduced hourly rate because they are a friend of a friend contacts me.More Like This
Client: Can you send me the file for the last flyer that you designed for us.
Me: Sure, I’ll send it via email.
So I send them a PDF file. Client emails me back.
Client: Can we have the Photoshop file please?
Me: Sure. Here it is.
I send them a PSD. Client emails me back.
Client: No, this isn’t the right file. We need one with all the bits separated. Can you send it to me please?
Me: You mean you want the Photoshop file with all the design elements on separate layers?
Client: Yes. Can you send it?
Me: Can I ask what you want it for?
Client then calls me.
Client: Look I just need the file of my flyer! I’m on a time schedule here and need it ASAP! I don’t understand why this is so difficult for you to understand.
Me: I understand that you want the file. I asked you what you needed it for?
Client: We need the designs.
Me: Why do you need the design
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(A local Italian deli our office sometimes gets lunch from does *really* good food, both their sandwiches as well as staples like penne vodka, chicken parm, etc. The only thing nobody likes from there are the delivery drivers, who are always rude and act like it’s the largest inconvenience in the world to even walk in the front doors. However, a new guy shows up today.)
Delivery Guy: “Hey, I’ve got a big order for [Company]?”
Receptionist: “That’s us!”
Delivery Guy: “Cool, where do you want it?”
Receptionist: “Oh, right here’s just fine. We’ll set it up.”
Delivery Guy: *looks around; the reception desk has about enough free space for one tray* “No way, there’s not enough space here! Where are you serving it out?”
Receptionist: “Um… right along that wall, there’s a batch of cubicles under the windows with a big table in the middle? No one fro