How would you like your graphic design? You may pick two

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How would you like your graphic design? You may pick two. By Colin Harman for “times when things just need to be explained using a spectacular Venn diagram

How do you like your graphic design? Leave a comment below and let me know.


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13 thoughtful comments on “How would you like your graphic design? You may pick two”

  1. MacKenzie says:

    What about great design with funding? Should be on the chart. Love that poster though, represents our struggle.

  2. Andrew Keir says:

    ‘Fast’ and ‘great’ and the two choices for you then, MacKenzie.

  3. Jason Fonceca says:

    Gorgeous, and applies to pretty much any industry :)

    Design with funding = “you get what you pay for” or… “you get what you somehow convinced someone else to pay for.” :)

  4. Mosh Mage says:

    the “Free” circle made my day :)

  5. David M. Anderson says:

    These images are so beautiful! Thank you for posting, this, Andrew. As someone who is a creative that is highly analytical, I find myself in a struggle with my creative process: at times over analyzing what I am doing. I only hope in time I can find a better balance between the two halves rather than feeling I am in the middle of a struggle for dominance.

  6. Nancy Woodington says:

    Cool. Innovative. Simple. I like.

  7. I have this printed up on the wall in my office, and often point to it whenever necessary. It’s funny, but true!

  8. Tamian Wood says:

    Love this saying. Wish there were a polite way to tell clients that this is really the way it works.

  9. Kenton Smith says:

    I love this graphic. I have actually said to clients, Fast, Cheap, Good, pick two!

  10. Alan Ralph says:

    Interesting that you’ve added Free to the diagram, as well as Cheap. I guess it’s a reflection of the world we live in. :(

  11. Tyler Wain says:

    This couldn’t be more true. I plan on showing this exact diagram to a client I’m working with. I have tried to deliver what they need but their ‘needs’ include so much it actually takes away!

  12. Brian Wood says:

    Love the chart intersection observations, especially “Go away”!

  13. Barb Gilroy says:

    So true, in printing also.


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