A few episodes back, we talked all about how to properly onboard a new client, and kick off a project. But what do you do when the project is over?

In this episode, the gang discusses what we’ve been doing wrong in terms of vague endings, and how we plan on wrapping up projects in a crystal clear manner that leaves nothing up to the imagination. Whether you want to leave the door open to more work with a particular client, or just want to put an end to the scope creep that can come with ambiguous project endings, this episode is a must-listen!

We also tackle a listener question about how to organize all those miscellaneous design assets we use over and over again.

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