Community Questions: Client Edition
Have you worked with clients before on a web design or development project?
Good advice comes from solid experience. With this in mind, we’re asking for your expert opinion on some client-related questions.
For your troubles, we’ve added some extra incentive. We’ll be picking one participant to receive a free PSD to HTML conversion courtesy of Snobby Slice.
Snobby Slice has been kind enough to provide a free PSD to HTML slice up to our winner. If you have a design mock up that could use some functionality, this would be a great first step. They also have one of the boldest company names that I’ve ever heard, and that’s a good thing!
The winner will be selected at random and be contacted after by email. Deadline for entry is Friday October 2nd, 2009.
Answer One of These
For your chance to win, please give your thoughts on one of the following client-themed questions:
- What is the most important factor in determining if a client will be good to work with? (e.g. Down to earth, Creative, etc.)
- When you’re building a client’s new site, what promises (if any) are appropriate to give about its performance? (e.g. Traffic, sales)
- How should a web designer handle scope creep with a long term client? Are the rules different if you have a history of past projects?
Take a minute to give it some thought, and then share your response in a comment below. Even though we’re good at matching, please don’t forget to include which question you are responding to.
Remember to take it easy, I’m not looking for essay answers — just a couple quick sentences. Your response could be featured in an upcoming post.
Once again, please remember to use a valid email address, otherwise we will not be able to contact you. Sam and I have long suspected that Build Internet readers know their stuff, so here’s your chance to prove it. Good luck!