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In the information era, many factors have contributed to the overwhelming presence of chartjunks, but you don’t have to be one of those. Whether you choose a graph or a table, it doesn't matter—as long as you make clarity your goal.
Section: Tools and Resources
While it costs money to turn down a project, saying “yes” to the wrong client
can be equally as costly. Drawing on stories from his recently published book, Work for Money, Design for Love, graphic designer David Airey shares some tips on how to identify and avoid problematic clients.
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freelancing issues, advice
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