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How NOT to Approach Me for Logo Design Work 2



I get a number of logo requests asking me to work for free each week. Some are just a few words, maybe the odd sentence. Some however are a little more detailed, such as the above. The person concerned does know of my disdain...

Getting a letter like this is not particularly pleasant. It's funny on one hand, more that it's just unbelievable  If you plan to send a letter such as these examples to a logo designer, consider what you are really asking and how you regard skilled and talented professionals.

Frankly it's offensive and rude.

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