Hi guys, I'm going to be writing a blog post soon about ethics in graphic design/ers and I thought I'd ask around and see what people's thoughts are on the matter as a little bit of research to begin with. So, what I would like to know is do you, as a designer, have a set of related ethics that you work to/with or is it something you have never really thought about? For example, I have a friend who offers discount to companies who are involved in 'making the world a better place' - so for example they would offer a discount to an organic farming company or a eco building business. Some other questions that may get you thinking and would help with my writing: Would you work for a massive corporation even if you didn't agree with their business, if the money was right? Would you consider offering discounts to companies based on whether they were a more ethical company? Do you always think about the sustainability issues with the items you are creating? Do you source eco friendly paper/material for your jobs? Do you raise any ethical issues with clients? Have you ever refused work on the grounds of ethics/morals? Do you think there are many graphic designers out there willing to dump ethics/morals for gain in their professional career? What are your thoughts on unpaid internships and unpaid pitching for work? (Think I know the answer to this one on this forum haha!) How much are you willing to 'stretch the truth' when it comes to your CV? I'm sure I haven't covered even nearly all ethical issues here and would love to hear peoples thoughts on anything related AT all. I found this websiteb which I'm sure will be a great source for me: Ethics in Graphic Design | and I'm starting to think this could well cover a series of blog posts as it's such a huge area to cover, so I best get cracking!