Hi, I am not a pro, but I enjoy designing websites, poster and logos from time to time (more for pleasure than money). Lately, I have experienced a very uncomfortable situation, about which I would like to ask you for advice. I voluntarily prepared a poster for my friend's company. He did not like some details and I introduced some reasonable changes according to his wish (he expects things which are simply unrealistic to achieve or ruin the design). He started to ask me to change more and more and redesign the poster according to his (questionable) tastes. Finally, I decided to sent him the source files and told him that I give this project to him (he can ask his company's graphic designer for help) and I do not want my name on it -- they can do whatever they want with the idea and the source files. I explained that I sometimes work as a graphic designer and do not want my name on something I find ugly and unprofessional (even as for me). Now he keeps pestering me to agree to continue to change the poster according to his wish and remain the author. What should I do in this situation? Am I right that I do not want to author the design I do not like, or is it normal that you have to introduce any changes your client expects and I simply overacted? Best, M Opss, I don't know how it happened, but I posted this in a completely different forum than I intended. Very sorry for this.