“udging by the design blogs, the chatter at conferences and award ceremonies, and the rhetoric in the magazines, graphic design is a profession where insecurity and doubt are rife. Whenever graphic designers get together, the talk invariably gravitates towards the default topics of restrictive clients, inadequate remuneration and graphic design’s junior status in the contemporary media family… Yet it is one of graphic design’s oldest sources of discontent that causes the most pain, namely its vulnerability to client interference…”