As opposed to popular opinion, a graphic designer’s job is not child’s play. The amount of precision, hard work and time that goes into their work should be sufficient to tell us they work with a pen tool and not a magic wand.
You’ll relate to these hilarious tweets if you are a designer. And if you are not, then you’ll definitely understand their pain.
When you’re browsing through your fonts library and the word sample starts to look like a different language @designprobs— Ali (@a_swag5) December 5, 2015
“I’m sick, so I won’t be able to do that until afternoon.”“Isn’t your work just in front of the computer? Can’t you sit up?”@designprobs— Emily Urban (@helloemilyurban) February 9, 2016
I have a dream; a dream that I’ll have more than five minutes to work a project before someone asks, “is it done yet?!?” @designprobs— Nate Scott (@PixelBunneh) February 23, 2016
I got asked if I design things in Word and if I could send the file so they can edit it. My life is not real. #GraphicDesignerProblems— Kelly Gannon (@KelG7) March 16, 2016
“Can you make the text glow?”No, I can’t. Not because I don’t know how. It goes against my morals. #mytruthisnotrelative@designprobs— Emily Urban (@helloemilyurban) April 13, 2016
“We need to scale the artwork so that it fits as a poster.”“Sure thing, what size?””Poster size.”#thingsyouhearinagencies #designprobs— Alexander J Ward (@_AlexanderJWard) March 31, 2016
“You can turn this into a billboard, right?”“What does the file size look like?””It’s a 15kb JPEG.”@Lee_E_Rose @designprobs— Alexander J Ward (@_AlexanderJWard) May 18, 2016
Client meetings: “Make it look the same but different.”#designprobs— Graphic Design Probs (@designprobs) June 2, 2016
Client: I want this done within two weeks!Client: *takes two weeks to respond to emails*@designprobs— Emily Urban (@helloemilyurban) July 14, 2016
Just had 4 separate emails all with “URGENT” in the subject title, moments before the end of the day. What social life? @designprobs— Kevin John Stevens (@Double_O_Kevin) December 5, 2016