I designed this guy's website about 8 months ago. Now that he has bunch of content to display, he wants a facelift and wants everything to "POP".
So I started sketching some concepts. Of course he's not happy with anything. What a nightmare client.
10 months ago
you obviously didn't send him this picture... no client has ever rejected something on a wood background
You're definitely the king of wireframes !
What an asshole client!
REAL PXLS PLZ.
I told you to drop him a long time ago.
You sir just got a "like" for comedic flair
Keep in mind that no client really knows what he wants. In fact, and let's be honest here, most of them are complete idiots.
this dude sounds like a real ass
A-hole? Maybe. However, let's all do our part to make sure no client ever says "make it pop". There needs to physical punishment for violations of this rule. What the hell does pop really mean. @Kerem Suer you are too talented to suffer fools.
I'll be sad to see your old site go.
But then again I'll probably love you new one just as much.
Ugh. Good luck - I think everyone here can relate.
Yeah, I'll be pretty bummed to see the old site go, too. I totally love the blog approach you're using now—so clean.
teach me ))
@Kerem and @Alexandre Naud And definitely the king of captions! :D
Make the logo bigger ;-)
lol... u r so stuck with fools... hows LOLA :)
Aaaah… nightmare clients. Get lost !
Most clients are not actually that bad. They just try to run the creative process through their own corporate methods. This works well when people click in and out and crank widgets but in a creative environment there needs to be freedom and creativity. Also chance are the dude is afraid that you might screw him over. Just explain similar to if he purchased a car or used a mechanic that you know what you are doing and that is why he made the awesome choice of hiring you.
@Kerem Suer that guy sucks. fire him.
Is it even possible to top your current site?!
Do I spy a dot grid book? Nice.
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