The Graphic Design Conundrum as a Venn Diagram

This is pretty true for just about every purchasing decision.

Via Tumblr somewhere.

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One thought on “The Graphic Design Conundrum as a Venn Diagram”

  1. Nice. I’ve known the maxim as “good, quick, cheap – pick any two”. Looks like this was put together by Colin Harman, a designer at Blue Ridge Community Church in Forest, Virginia. He has it available to purchase as a poster.

    In my experience most people pick quick and cheap for design, because they haven’t had much experience of truly good, or implicitly expect good as well, or think of design as a commodity.

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