Monday, September 17, 2007

You know you're worth it.

8 comments:

Thoughtful Review Guy said...

McDonalds: Maximum Taste, Minimum Wage!







(This joke ripped off from David Letterman.)

Adjil said...

:-) My boss's mantra is "You want it good? fast? cheap? Pick two!"

Iris said...

I learned the "pick any two" version years ago. You could also do the diagram with D being described as nonexistent, or a black hole or some such.

Anonymous said...

Notice how the McDonald's food doesn't fall into "Good." I'm just pointing it out. Honestly, I don't know why there's one every couple of blocks.

marc andré said...

@anonymous: the power of marketing

Marty said...

I think that the reason McDonald's isn't in "GOOD" is fairly obvious. And the "Pick Two" mantra is thrown out at my place daily at those who come by at 4:30 saying, "I need you to create a cool design/UX quickly."

Anonymous said...

Brilliant! We've known about the good/fast/cheap triangle in the theatre industry for a long time, but it never occured to me to think what would exemplify the combinations of choices!

Anonymous said...

Heh.

 
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