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Comics of the Week #10

Comics, Funny, Inspiration | Jan 30, 2010

Every week we feature a set of comics created exclusively for WDD.

The content revolves around web design, blogging and funny situations that we encounter in our daily lives as designers.

These great cartoons are created by Jerry King, an award-winning cartoonist who’s one of the most published, prolific and versatile cartoonists in the world today.

So for a few moments, take a break from your daily routine, have a laugh and enjoy these funny cartoons.

Feel free to leave your comments and suggestions below as well as any related stories of your own…

 

Technological Hygiene

 

Starting Earlier these Days

 

A Few Small Requests

Can you relate to these situations? Please share your funny stories and comments below…


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  • http://www.thepeachdesign.com Peach

    Hehe This is so true especially the “A Few Small Requests” one.

  • http://www.ImEnk.com/ Enk.

    lol great Comics. I’ve faced comic.no.2 many times and a couple of times the 3rd one too. 3rd comic about client’s request is something I think every designer faces..
    “I need a darker version of black there” lol :D

  • http://www.homebusinessgeeks.com Michelle Waters

    A few small requests, indeed! I’ve especially heard the looks expensive, but costs very little line. And the “could you move the design about 1 pixel to the left. No wait, make that two pixels to the right…” LOL!

  • http://www.designlovr.com DesignLovr

    A few small requests has so much truth in it!
    Great comics once again…

  • http://www.aledesign.it aledesign.it

    Fantastic…”Starting Earlier these Days” is my preferite!

  • http://tr.im/mewC Rahul – Web Guru

    A few small requests tops my list… lol… I think I’ve heard it quite many times.

  • gill

    “can you shift the whole banner over half a pixel?”

  • http://www.ikandy.co.ug/ Perry

    Haha, the third comic is on the dot!!

  • http://devisefunction.com Matthew Heidenreich

    always nice to get a little off topic with comics, thanks for the share.

  • Andreyco

    The last one is totaly the best:)

  • http://www.hermsdigital.com/cloud-powered-wordpress/ Adam Hermsdorfer

    #3 is a classic representation of cheap clients…love it!

  • http://www.creativeindividual.co.uk Laura

    I agree with the majority here, the 3rd is SO TRUE!

    @gill – I’ve heard of clients asking that before but thankfully never had one myself; I wouldn’t know weather to laugh or cry! Not least because even if half of one were possible, a pixel is so little anyway.

    Liked the first one very much as well, and slightly afraid that it’ll come true!

  • http://www.rezyde.com Rezyde

    a small requests – this is so true!

  • http://Platoon-line poch

    I’m so glad I joined WDD. Your comics make my day! LOL

  • http://cmsbase.ru momo

    very nice=)

  • http://www.evelt.com joel k.

    This Logo Cartoon doesn’t actually be an illustration, I can give you a real picture with somebody who actually said that that to me. (along with a few more requests)

  • http://www.sgdoeschwitz.de BigM75

    i am not a comic fan are that is great

  • http://fidelectus.com(comingsoon) fidelectus

    “a few small requests” – happens most of the time…

  • http://blog4boys.com Blog4Boys

    all are looking nice and funny

  • http://www.jordanwalker.net/index.php Jordan Walker

    Great way to start out Monday, with a smile. Thanks.

  • http://bango.learnless.info/ New York Web Design

    3# is funny… Awesome Idea.. I had a client lake that just a month ago..

  • http://codewalkz.com codewalkz

    A Few small Requests for me. haha that’s insane!

  • http://www.alejandroperazzo.com Alvaro Hernandorena

    the last one reminds me my bosses wife, she is really something when she speaks i have to look at her trying to not make any face and after my mind coments something to my self i just say to her “aha”

  • Mihey

    A few small requests quoting a customer of mine:
    Please combine Jesus and Leonardo’s Vitruvian man with Peter Deunov’s face (Peter Deunov: master and founder of a School of Esoteric Christianity). There are few important symbols we need to include: heart (it should be red!), star and circle of glowing light around the figure.

    I never show this logo in my portfolio :)