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This New Website Promises to End Payment Disputes Over Design Services

This New Website Promises to End Payment Disputes Over Design Services
This New Website Promises to End Payment Disputes Over Design Services, Courtesy of Graphicworld / Shutterstock.com
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Have you ever had a conflict with a client over being paid for a file? Have you also been out of free space on your dedicated FTP? The dispute scenario often leads to architects being shortchanged for their work. But, a new cloud sharing platform might mean the end of an era of intractable conflicts. Fileship.io promises a system that leaves the architects and other members of the creative economy in control. The simple idea behind the website is that a client’s files are locked behind a paywall, meaning that in order to gain access designers must be compensated. The platform also doesn’t rely on predetermined limits to server space, a scenario that often makes architects err on the side of leniency in order to load newer work on their FTP. Put simply by fileship.io, “You get paid. They get their file.”

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Cite: Vladimir Gintoff. "This New Website Promises to End Payment Disputes Over Design Services" 30 May 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/788522/this-new-website-promises-to-end-payment-disputes-over-design-services/> ISSN 0719-8884
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