by Gian Bautista . August 17th, 2014
Agency Fusion, a web design and development agency, created the Make My Logo Bigger Cream website featuring fictitious products to cope with the cringe worthy revisions we all endure from our clients.
Over the years we’ve learned a thing or two about the painful requests we all endure at the hands of our clients. In fact, five of those beloved demands became the heart and soul of this campaign. And although this video doesn’t do justice to the litany of odd requests we all get, we hope it at least gives you a few minutes of entertainment.
“I want my money’s worth!” – is the ultimate reason by clients who want changes to our beautifully crafted design. As designers, we’ve been asked to make logos bigger, fill up all white space, add unnecessary starburst, work with fluorescent paper, and use bad stock photography.
Laugh your head off with this hilarious and satirical infomercial that pokes fun at some unbelievable requests that designers often get from their clients.
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We are lucky that these products will never make it to the market. Most clients these days already tend to do the unimaginable to ruin our design, let alone you give them the tools in hand.