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As a graphic designer, I'd like to promote myself by setting up a website (an online resume of sorts). I'd like to include on the site, a list of clients/companies I've done print work for, along with photos of the printed pieces.

Do I need to get permission form my clients to post examples of the work I've done for them? Do I need permission to list their company name on my site?

Legally, how is a web resume/portfolio different from a traditional resume & portfolio?

Any websites out there geared to these types of artists' concerns?


—Marisha in PA

[This message has been edited by Marisha (edited February 29, 2000).]

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