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Alice
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I just fucking LOVE clients who want you to change their design... Multiple times!

And then add this feature, remove that feature, readd that feature.

Write fitting content by yourself, change that content according to their wishes, but write everything on your own...

Oh, fuck off.

If you don't have ANYTHING to come up with for your own fucking website, it's not your fucking website, it's mine. And I don't even want a website with that topic.

Think before you want to waste someones time.

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  • 64
    Web design services:
    • $50/hr
    • $125/hr if you watch
    • $200/hr if you help

    Web development services:
    • same prices as "web design" section

    Change sets:
    • First two: free
    • $50/hr thereafter

    Duplicate document fees:
    • $25 each

    Content writing services:
    • $100/hr
    • $250/hr if I don't like the topic

    Photography services:
    • $75 per photo

    Other services not listed here:
    • $250 outsourcing fee, plus expenses.
  • 22
    @Root
    $250/hour if I don't like the topic
    :D
  • 4
    @Root not sure if you're kidding with some of those, but either way it's funny :)
  • 4
    @Root you learned your lesson well πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ˜¬
  • 2
    that's why i start by creating the whole back-end and split each feature into something called "module" that does everything and spit raw data, so when he went a UI change i just have to deal with the UI not the whole infrastructure :D
  • 2
    If it's fixed sum contract, the contract should stipulate the number of allowed change request. Anything over that should be billed.

    It still won't make it a good experience, but at least you are paid for that (and client might balk at changes if they have a price).

    Good luck with your client!
  • 3
    @ziadkiwan but that's just what regular software engineering is.
  • 2
    @ziadkiwan That's how it usually works.
  • 0
    @Alice @fdgram I'm just pointing out to the new guys!
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