I have taken on a job with a quirky fashion designer who wants a new identity for her website and a simple logo (just her name and no icon). I have met with her twice to discuss designs and ideas, and I just from these meetings I had an inclining that she was going to be very particular about things and had very specific likes and dislikes from our conversations. She is a very quirky character who designs some lovely fashion inspired from a dominant vintage theme â€“ she loves the 1950â€™s. She also has a strong hand-made theme. So I sent her some logo concepts â€“ all different , and some inspired from Saul Bass with a hand-cut lettering feel, as I felt this was very 1950â€™s and appropriate to suit her style. She replied and said she didnâ€™t like any of them and rather then explain why â€“ could she come over to mine and we work on the computer together on some designs???. My initial reaction was â€˜no way, this is not how I work as a designer!â€™ I couldnâ€™t think of anything worse than having to sit with a client and painstakingly go through the design process.. it would be creatively stifling and feel unnatural. Thing is I now feel I may have underestimated the costs for this job and can just see me working on if for hours and hours. I quoted roughly between 14-18 hours to design the logo and website visuals. Now I am happy to submit some more designs that are perhaps a different approach, but if she still doesnâ€™t like these I feel like knocking this one on the head. I donâ€™t need the job and donâ€™t need a client who wants everything for a cheap price. Any advice please - what route should I take?â€¦.