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Crazy deadlines, unrelenting changes, difficult art directors, and strange design requests may make a graphic designer regret getting out of the bed in the morning. You may have spent all week working on a project, but if the end result isn't what the client wanted—or is something other than what they say they asked for, even if you listened carefully and feel like you delivered—you'll have to go right back to the drawing board. Also, the ever-changing nature of technology means that graphic designers must always be learning new software programs. Graphic designers deal with stress a number of different ways. Stressful projects can be outsourced to another graphic designer. In addition, graphic designers may be forced to become best friends with the process of organization. Organizing their workspace and desk at least promotes a sense of control in a field where "the client is always right," especially about their chicken poop website.