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84 What We Wish We’d Learned in Design School2014-05-12 20:28:09
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85 DesignCast 60: Two Men & A Listener Question Show2014-04-28 07:00:52
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86 Overcoming Price Objection2014-04-14 19:23:10
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88 How to Develop a Branding Guide2014-03-21 20:37:40
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89 Design Contract Lifesavers2014-02-25 00:50:01
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90 When Good Designs Go Bad2014-02-10 02:34:02
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92 Designer Deductions2014-01-13 18:50:51
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98 The Clever Logo Conundrum2013-10-14 07:00:45
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99 The Graphic Designer’s Home Office2013-09-23 07:49:30
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The Graphic Designer’s Home Office

Working from home can be pretty sweet. You can work in your pajamas, and it’s pretty much the shortest commute ever. But being a freelance designer only works if your home office is in top shape. In this episode, the gang talks about our own home office setups, how we like to work, stay organized, and what we simply cannot live without. We go over everything from our desks, to our hardware, software, decor, and ways to stay inspired. After all, your home office needs to be not only functional, but you need to actually enjoy being there for 8 (or more) hours a day. We also answer a few new listener questions about how to politely distance yourself from a client-butchered design, and whether or not technology is making our jobs as designers easier or harder. Show Links: Overnightprints Use promo code DOUBLEDEEP for double-sided printing for the price of single-sided on business cards, postcards, brochures and stationery products Image Credit: Typography fanatic Nick Keppol‘s creative home office The post The Graphic Designer’s Home Office appeared first on The Deep End Design. …read more

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