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I designed a new product label for a client. The label featured a product logo, as well as the...

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I designed a new product label for a client. The label featured a product logo, as well as the company logo. Brand standards suggest both logos should be white, so I set them against a dark red background.  

Client: Keep the product logo white, but change the company logo to blue. 

Me: Blue won’t be as legible against the red as white is. 

Client: You’re wrong. Make it blue.

Me:  Well, in the brand standards it says the company logo should always be white. Should we run this change by anyone else before making it? 

Client:  You don’t know what you’re talking about. Make it blue and don’t question me again.

I send the label to print with his changes. The label is now (obviously) red, white, and blue

Client:  We sell products in countries other than America. Why did you make this label red, white, and blue? 


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