Flowchart: Should I work for free?

Posted to Miscellaneous  |  Tags: ,  |  Nathan Yau

Designer Jessica Hische gets her flowchart on to help you decide whether you should work on that project for free. In short, if the client is not your mom or a friend you owe big, they better pay up. Love the blunt honesty from Hische, who I’m sure gets all sorts of odd offers. See full flowchart here.

[Jessica Hische via @MacDivaONA]

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