Fast, Good, & Cheap—Pick 3
Submitted by jgazis on Thu, 2010-10-28 13:22.
A graphic designer I worked with years ago used to quote a printer he had worked with, who said “You can have it fast; you can have it good; you can have it cheap—pick two.” This wonderful bit of conventional wisdom would have you believe that there are always trade-offs between quality, timeliness, and expense. And it’s usually true, there almost always are.
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