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  • #16
    Originally posted by Caleson View Post
    If you have direction on where to get a good template, I'd appreciate it.
    Well, not being an attorney, I don't really want to point you to anything that might not be suitable. AIGA, however, has had their lawyers draw up a standard agreement form for designers that's dozens of pages long. It's sort of a mix-and-match thing, but it's a good place to start. http://www.aiga.org/standard-agreement

    I'm with PrintDriver, a designer's advertising doesn't belong on a client's business card, and I can't imagine any client allowing it. For that matter, with the exception of photos and illustrations, I've never considered placing a credit line on clients' work. I have, however, had clients suggest letting me do so for a reduced fee, but have always turned them down. I prefer cash to a small line of type that nobody will read or care about anyway.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by B View Post
      I'm with PrintDriver, a designer's advertising doesn't belong on a client's business card, and I can't imagine any client allowing it.
      I considered the idea only because of the unconventional theme of the card (figure cards have lots of copyright, manufacturing, and disclaimer info in fine print). If we were talking a larger item, it would probably work okay; however, in order for it to be readable on a little business card, it would likely be too noticeable and take up valuable space. Thanks for the link.

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