#DesignerProblems: The Real Rough Deal of Clients and Revisions


Dear designers, we feel you. We’d buy you a drink, or some takeout, or some lunch if we could. You do so much to make everything look and communicate a little bit more cooler. Only you folks can combine that perfect hue and that perfect type (not font!) with the right kerning and weight, and put them all together in one perfect layout and package to make the design gods weep sweet tears of ambrosia.

Sadly, a lot of people don’t seem to appreciate all hat hard work you put in. And oh no. The Clients.

That’s why #DesignerProblems is a thing, and one we wholeheartedly welcome. Heed ye well, future clients; let these tweets serve as your Do’s and Don’ts.

Because you never know when you’ll need one.

Multitasking is your life.

If only we could bill the client for the chiropractor sessions, too.

*Cue Psycho bath scene music*


Is this the real life? Or is this just fantasy?

Aaah CreativeCloud. We meet again.

“Hunger? What’s that? Oh, right, it’s that hell in my belly I’ve been supressing for the past three hours with my 15th cup of coffee, NBD.”

“That kerning! That weight! It’s a thing of beauty!” *Cries staring at the sunset*

When your wallet cries for a very good reason.

And oh, clients.


Oh, I’ll give you “miserable”, alright.

It. Just. Doesn’t. Work, That. Way.

*Screams internally*

Why are you even?

Cry into your wasabi.

At the end of the day, you can take comfort in your kids colorful things, too.


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