Tag: Clients

Five Steps to Writing a Bullet-Proof Web Design Proposal

By on February 3, 2017

Building a website takes a lot of time and effort. The client doesn't always realize just how much work goes into it. If you don't properly set expectations and price things accordingly up front, inevitably there will be scope creep.

Tips for Getting Through the Initial Web Design Client Meeting

By on February 2, 2017

In the field of web design, there are far too many prices, skill sets, levels of professionalism, and differences in deliverables for any client to really understand them all, or even comprehend where to start.

How Web Designers Can Develop a Relationship with Clients

By on January 11, 2017

When starting as a designer, you might encounter some issues along the way, especially in the relationships you develop with your clients.

How To Educate Your Web Design Clients

By on November 19, 2016

More often than not, web designers complain about their clients not trusting them enough or not giving them enough creative freedom.

Simple Ways to Know and Interpret What Your Web Design Client is Thinking

By on November 11, 2016

The most important aspect of a project is to be able to read your clients mind. A company has policies that employees must follow and these policies will apply to freelance web designers, and the work they do.

How to Deal With a Non-Paying Web Design Client

By on October 11, 2016

We all would like to live in a perfect world. One without suffering, sickness and... annoying clients. Some clients will be very rational, some amazingly stupid.

How to Spot and Deal with a Freeloading Web Design Client

By on September 11, 2016

Imagine if freelancers had x-ray vision or suppose Apple approves a gadget that makes x-ray vision possible (iVision). If this is possible then freelancers will not have any problem in discerning a potentially great client from a freeloading one.

One Little-Known Action That Could Affect Your Client Relationships

By on August 22, 2016

We all have had bad clients, but who’s really responsible for that? Remember that every client is a human, who wants to be heard, appreciated, taken care of. Give and you shall receive. “Businesses have no emotion. People do.” I...