Over the years we’ve learned a thing or two about the painful requests you endure at the hands of your clients. In fact, five of those beloved demands became the heart and soul of our latest campaign. And although this video doesn’t do justice to the litany of odd requests you get, we hope it at least gives you a few minutes of entertainment.
Found this article by Brian Yerkes:
5 Things Clients Say and What They Really Mean
Working with all types of clients on a daily basis can be as challenging as the actual design or development work that they are hiring you for. As a freelancer or a project manager, you are on the front-line and even though there shouldn’t be war between you and your client, it can sometimes feel like a battle! Continue reading 5 Things Clients Say and What They Really Mean
We’ve come a long way on the web today. Or have we? While we’ve innovated in many areas, we’ve also continued to disregard pre-existing issues. And in some cases, we have also created new ones. Here is my list of the top 65 most annoying things about the web today. They’re in no particular order, but I have organized them into what I consider core groups. Continue reading The 65 Most Annoying things about the Web Today
- Chromadynamics is the study of the physiological effects caused by observing color. Scientists have proven that certain colors effect vision, hearing, respiration and circulation.
- A year-long study at the University of California helped dispel the belief that canines are colorblind. Three greyhounds, Flip, Gypsy and Retina, had no trouble telling red from blue, but could not distinguish yellow, green or orange.
- A test conducted at the American Psychology Association Convention found that the most favored jelly beans are black and red, and the least favored are white. This shows the perception of strength and weakness based on color extends into the area of taste.