I work as an in-house graphics designer for one of my country’s largest paintshops for trucks.
Client: Listen! We need a brochure ASAP. I know we talked about it ages ago, but we need it done like right now!
Me: I sent you a more or less finished layout almost a year ago. You said you’ll just look over it and let me know if you’d want any changes done.
Client: Oh. Oh right! Send it to me again and I’ll have a look.
Much later, about 10 minutes before my shift ends.
Client: This looks great! Why didn’t you send me these earlier?
Me: I did. Last June.
Client: Well, you know I’m a very busy man.
Me: Yes, yes. I know. While we’re at it, have you had a chance to look at those spray can layouts I did a couple of weeks ago?
Client: Uh, yes. It looks great. Send them off to the printer ASAP.
Me: Which one? I made four of them.
Client: Oh. Uh. Well, if I had it my way, I’d just have white blank ones and write the company name on with a marker, so like - I really don’t care.
When everything gets back from the printers:
Client: This looks like shit. I can’t believe you sent these things away without my approval first! That’s extremely unprofessional, you know that?
imagine rome making pasta for dinner one night and n. italy just runs to the dinner table and starts shoveling hot pasta into his mouth and rome’s like “wAIT IT’S HOT!” and italy just stops, looks up at rome, and says in a deep voice, “FIRE CANNOT KILL A DRAGON" and then resumes eating his pasta
Our development team was working on a content management system for a corporate client. It was a big system that administered units produced in a variety of languages and applications and, as a result, required careful user interface design and a lot of backend code.
We were doing a show and tell with our partially working system for a couple of corporate VPs to get their feedback on the design. We took a lunch break, and when we got back, the two VPs said they had something they wanted to show us.
They proudly presented a series of PowerPoint slides that showed where they wanted the buttons and pick lists placed.
Client: There, see? This is the arrangement that makes the most sense to us. Can you do this?
Client: You know, I really don’t understand why it takes your team so long to design these interfaces. We knocked this out in about an hour.
The entire team sat stunned until the senior programmer—a man of very few words—pointed to a button on the PowerPoint screen.
PROGRAMMER: What does this button do?
Client: Well, clearly it administers the training and testing selected by the user.
PROGRAMMER: If I click it right now, it will do that?
Client: Well … no. Actually, it doesn’t do anything yet.
PROGRAMMER: That’s why it only took you an hour.
Obrigada! Quase ninguém por aqui gosta desse ship uwu
A fic já foi terminada estamos é a postar aos bocadinhos. Dont Worry.
E muito obrigada~!
Vocês são a prova de que o importante é a fic e não o ship
Sim. Principalmente pro Papai Noel perguntando porque eu sempre pedia um playstation e só ganhava um jogo da vida.